International Student Exhibitions

Showcasing New Talent

The Glass Art Society is committed to providing opportunities for students to exhibit their work to a broad audience of professional artists, collectors, galleries, museum curators, educators and peers alike.

2015 International Student Exhibition & Sales at the Annual Conference
2014 Fall International Student Online Exhibition
Juried Selection Digital Catalogue chosen from the Int Student Online Exhibition

 

2015 International Student Exhibition at the annual GAS Conference • San Jose, CA

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GAS invites all student members who are currently enrolled full-time in an accredited degree-granting program to participate in the International Student Exhibition & Sales to be held in San Jose, CA in June 2015 during the annual conference.
 
Parkside Hall A in San Jose, CA
Hours & Sales: Exhibit opens Saturday June 6, 4pm-6pm and will also be open on Sunday June 7 from 10am-3pm. Exhibited and sold artwork must be picked up between 3pm-5pm. 
 

How to Participate:

Current student Glass Art Society members - deliver your artwork in re-usable packaging to the Parkside Hall A on Thursday June 4th, noon to 5pm, or Friday June 5th, 10am to 5pm. All work must be original, professionally crafted, contain glass as the main element, be designed/created between 2014-2015 and meet the following restrictions.
          
Restrictions: No more than ONE item may be submitted by each student. Due to limitations in display possibilities, the piece must not exceed 30 pounds (15 kg) or 20 inches (50 cm) in any dimension. It must be possible for one person to easily lift and move the piece. Installations or groupings may be submitted, but each element within the grouping must adhere to weight and size restrictions. Any group, diptych or triptych will be sold as one piece. Clear installation instructions must accompany each work. No work will be hung on the walls or from the ceiling.
 
Awards: A panel of jurors will selected First, Second, Third place recipients as well as several Honorable Mention awards. Donated awards are given with the first place recipient receiving a $1,000 USD cash award from the Corning Museum of Glass. Awards will be announced during the opening at 4:30pm Saturday, June 6th. All award winners will be acknowledged in the Glass Art Society 2015 Journal. Interested in donating an award? use the 2015 Award Donation Form
 
Sales: We encourage sales at this event by Visa/MasterCard, cash, or check made directly to the Glass Art Society. Artists will receive 80%. Buyers must make their own arrangements for shipping work. Payments, purchases, and all unsold artwork MUST be picked up on Sunday, June 7, between 3pm and 5pm at the Parkside Hall A. Pieces left after 5pm will become the property of GAS.
 
Fine Print:
• Neither the Glass Art Society (GAS) nor Parkside Hall is responsible for theft or damage to artwork.
• Pieces left after 5pm on Sunday June 7th will become the property of GAS.
• Please read the rest of our fine print here.
• You may ship your work at your own expense, but artists are encouraged to hand-carry their work to the conference. Insurance and shipment of the artwork are the responsibility of the artist. (email info@glassart.org for shipment information)
 
 
VIEW PAST INT. STUDENT EXHIBITIONS AT THE ANNUAL GAS CONFERENCE
2014 Chicago Int Student Exhibition
2012 Toledo Int Student Exhibition

Image: Award recipients from the International Student Exhibition during the 2014 Glass Art Society Conference held in Chicago, IL.

 

 

2014 Fall International Student Online Exhibition

WEB AD - 2014 Int Student Online Exhibit.jpgIn June of last year, the Glass Art Society launched its first-ever International Student Online Exhibition, a great new opportunity for student members to present their work to glass professionals, enthusiasts and fellow students from across the globe. Due to the success of the 2013 exhibition, GAS once again put out a call for members currently enrolled full-time in a degree-granting program to submit images of their work. All submissions are original, professionally crafted, contain glass as the main element and designed/created between 2013-2014. Seventy-eight students, representing 30 schools from 8 different countries, participated this year and are shown alphabetically.
 
View the 2014 International Student Online Exhibition.
 
 
 

Juried Selection Digital Catalogue

COVER - 2014 Int Student Online Exhibit Juried Selection Catalogue.jpgChosen from the International Student Online Exhibition

To accompany the 2nd International Student Online Exhibition on the GAS website, GAS invited three distinguished Jurors -Laura Donefer, Michael Endo, and Amy Morgan- to select works from the many submissions. Thanks to these jurors who generously donated their time and expertise the chosen artists are featured in the digital Juried Selection Catalogue published on issuu.com. In addition the jurors awarded 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners, honorable mentions and other selected works to be included. Jurors comments provide insight on their chosen works.
 
View the 2014 Juried Selection Catalogue on issuu.com
 
View the first ever 2013 Catalogue here.
 
 

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.