GAS Member Videos

Video Links
How to submit


Video Links

Featured Videos


Pixels of Identity (2014)

Submitted by: Verena Schatz


Description: A photographic investigation of human perception and the discrepancy of how one perceives the world compared to how others do. How do we develop an awareness for our body? And how does our mind construct reality? Each of us sees the world in a different way. We feel different and we act different. Consciousness is a private condition. The glass element with its pixilated surface stands metaphorically for this invisible, but omnipresent, barrier in human relationships. We will never fully understand what another human experiences. The sentiments of humans are so called Qualia – impressions that can only be understood by the person perceiving them.



Expanding the Horizon of Glass Art 

Submitted by: Kana Tanaka


Description: Artist profile focusing on recent public art projects, which were completed in 2013.


Previous submissions

Lively Lampworking

Submitted by: Bandhu Dunham



Tunnel Installation 2012

Submitted by: Erin Elizabeth Dickson




Submitted by: Kathleen Elliot



The Alchemist's Opus: The Art of Handmade Glass

Submitted by: Uroboros Glass



How to submit

The Glass Art Society would like to invite its members to submit short, glass-related videos for our new video library. Suggested topics include:

• Artist demonstrations 
• How-to videos 
• Studio tours
• Lectures/panels on trending topics in glass

You must own the rights to any video that is submitted, and grant permission to the Glass Art Society for use on our website. Content will be reviewed and selected by the Digital Media Committee, and two new links will be added to the library each month. The Glass Art Society reserves the right to deny video submissions from anyone for any reason. To submit a video, please send a short description, still image and link to Please DO NOT attach video files – links to YouTube, Vimeo and other video hosting sites ONLY. Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you!

The Glass Art Society reserves the right to deny applications for Technical Display, advertising participation, GAS membership or the conference from anyone for any reason.