GAS 2012 Toledo Conference: Celebrating 50 Years of Studio Glass: Idea - Impact - Innovation

GAS 2012 Toledo Conference

Logo_GAS2012Toledo.jpg Celebrating 50 Years of Studio Glass:
Idea - Impact - Innovation

 
The 42nd Annual GAS Conference in Toledo, OH | June 13-16, 2012

Preview all that is to come in Toledo!
Click here for a pdf of the brochure.
Want to see who's presenting what? Click here.
Click here for the main conference webpage.
And check out the great video our conference committee put together.

In recognition of the Toledo Museum of Art's role as the cradle of the American Studio Glass Movement, GAS will be holding its 2012 conference in Toledo, Ohio. In 1962, two experimental glass workshops held at the Museum proved that glass was a medium suitable for the expression of artistic ideas in a studio environment. That was just the beginning...

Not a current member and want to get a brochure in the mail? Email your address to info@glassart.org

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