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  • Jan
    15
    15th Jan, 2017 1:30PM - 4:00PM · Gayla Lee
    Glass Techniques and Demo at Dolley Madison Library in McLean VA
  • Feb
    19
    19th Feb, 2017 1:30PM - 4:30PM · Gayla Lee
    Tentative date for February member meeting
  • Feb
    24
    24th Feb, 2017 7:00PM - 26th Feb, 2017 1:45PM · Gayla Lee
    The Baltimore American Craft Council Show. Buy tickets online and use discount code BWI2017GUEST at eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/american-craft-show-baltimore-february-24-26-2017-tickets-28368216098
  • Mar
    19
    19th Mar, 2017 1:30PM - 4:30PM · Gayla Lee
    The Magless is an exchange of small hand-made glass tiles in the artist’s style or the results of experiments with new styles. Tiles can be sized anywhere from roughly 1"x1" to 2"x2" – square, rectangular, animal shaped, or any other shape that you like. Think refrigerator magnet. You make and swap them without a magnet glued to the back. ... The Magless is an exchange of small hand-made glass tiles in the artist’s style or the results of experiments with new styles. Tiles can be sized anywhere from roughly 1"x1" to 2"x2" – square, rectangular, animal shaped, or any other shape that you like. Think refrigerator magnet. You make and swap them without a magnet glued to the back. This is a great opportunity to get small samples of different glass techniques of over 20 glass arts. More
  • Apr
    30
    30th Apr, 2017 12:00PM · Gayla Lee
    Seats Left: 1999
    A celebration of art glass -- see demonstrations of different techniques. More details to come! At Glen Echo Park, Glen Echo MD
  • May
    21
    21st May, 2017 1:30PM - 4:00PM · Emily Johnson Pezzulich
    Seats Left: 99
    Calling all wildly successful and madly disastrous glass projects!

    This is a great opportunity to share your glass surprises -- good and bad -- with experienced members of the guild, and figure out why you were surprised!

    Bring your most confounding glass works to our May meeting, to be held at Lynda Slayen's house: 6605 Rivercrest Ct.,...
    Calling all wildly successful and madly disastrous glass projects!

    This is a great opportunity to share your glass surprises -- good and bad -- with experienced members of the guild, and figure out why you were surprised!

    Bring your most confounding glass works to our May meeting, to be held at Lynda Slayen's house: 6605 Rivercrest Ct., Bethesda, MD 20816, from 1:30 to 4pm on Sunday, May 21.

    You're also invited to bring some delicious food item to share -- tasty treats are always welcome.

    Save the date -- more information to come later!


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