Each year, the Glass Art Society recognizes the achievements and potential of those members currently enrolled as full-time students in undergraduate and graduate programs. Applications are evaluated by a professional jury, and selected students are awarded scholarships so that they may attend the annual GAS conference in order to learn, connect, and grow as artists.
2015 San Jose
General: Ryland Gulbrandsen, Su-yeon Kim, James Labold, Anna Mlasowsky, Jin Qu
Becky Winship Flameworking: Meredith Lopez
Jurors: Shane Fero, Corey Hampson, Kirstie Rea
General: Morgan Chivers • Qiang Liu • Sarah Vaughn • Leah Waldo • Nao Yamamoto
Becky Winship Flameworking: Gabriel Greenlaw
Jurors: Matt Durran, Ruth King and David McFadden
General: Sean Donlon • Shawn Everett• Riika Haapassari • Alexander Hayden • Namdoo Kim • Aya Oki
Becky Winship Flameworking: Tom Zogas
Jurors: Deirdre Feeney, Judy Hill and Kim Mawhinney
General: Josh DeWall • Ben Johnson • Katelin Leidner • Christopher McElroy • Kathryn Wightman
Becky Winship Flameworking: Kelly McGarrigle
Jurors: Sally Prasch, David Reekie and Kait Rhoads
General: Clark DeCapite • Karen Donnellan • Jennifer Halvorson • Alexandra Lozier • Wil Sideman
Becky Winship Flameworking: Ayako Tani
Takako Sano International: Yi Peng
Jurors: Martin Beaver, Duane Reed and Sarah Traver
Jurors: Robert Carlson, Charlie Parriott and Alice Rooney
General: Brian Alloway • Anne Gant • Penny Herscovitch • Bill Jamieson • Catherine Vamvakas • Anjali Srinivasan • Erika Tada • Benjamin Wright
Takako Sano International: Masayo Odahashi
Jurors: Bonnie Biggs, Kate Elliott and Matthey Kangas
General GAS Student Scholarship: All eligible, full-time student members of GAS may apply for this award.
Takako Sano International Student Scholarship: Eligible, full-time student members of GAS living outside of the United States may apply for this award. This fund was established in honor of Takako Sano, co-chair of the 1998 GAS conference in Seto, Japan, and long-time supporter of GAS.
Becky Winship Flameworking Student Scholarship: Eligible, full-time student members of GAS using flameworking techniques may apply for this award. This scholarship is made possible through generous donations from David Winship and Lisa Bieber of Glasscraft, Inc.
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.
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