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Address Location Business  
 Home  
 Mailing Address  
 Shipping Address  
 Studio  
Category Artist  
 Collector  
 Educator - Undergrad/Graduate  
 Educator - Workshops/Studio classes  
 Gallery - represent artists  
 Hot Shop Owner  
 Library/Organization  
 Manufacturer/Supplier  
 Museum  
 Press/Critic  
 School - Undergrad/Graduate  
 School - Workshops/Studio classes  
 School - Summer program  
 Full-time Student  
Artist Type accept commissions  
 architectural/public  
 beadmaking  
 casting  
 coldwork/engraving  
 flame/lampworking  
 fusing/slumping  
 glassblower  
 kilnforming  
 leaded/stained  
 neon  
 painting  
Manufacturers and Suppliers Category hot glass tools/supplies  
 flameworking tools/supplies  
 kilnforming tools supplies  
 furnaces/annealers  
 mosaic/stained glass supplies  
 coldworking tools/supplies  
 service  
 kilns  
Membership Fee $40.00 - Full-time Student* Learn More
$70.00 - Individual Learn More
$120.00 - Sponsor Learn More
$275.00 - Corporate Learn More
$500.00 - Patron Learn More
$1000.00 - Benefactor Learn More

*ATTENTION STUDENTS: Proof of full-time student status must be submitted to be eligible for this reduced fee. Please email (info@glassart.org), fax (206-382-2630) or mail to the GAS office a copy/image of your current student ID, a current transcript, or a letter from your school on school letterhead. If proof is not received in the GAS office within 2 days membership will be revoked and fees are non-refundable.

Note: All amounts are in US dollars

GAS Special Funds

Please add the amount you wish to contribute to the fund or funds in the boxes below. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

$ Becky Winship Flameworking Scholarship Fund supports attendance for students whose work includes flameworking techniques.
$ Dominick Labino Fund sponsors an outstanding technical lecture at each annual conference.
$ Community Partnership Fund
$ GAS in CERF Fund (Craft Emergency Relief Fund) aids artist members of GAS faced with career-threatening catastrophe.
$ GAS International Emergency Relief Fund
$ General Scholarship Fund provides support for student members who could not otherwise afford to attend the annual conference.
$ Hilbert Sosin Fund for Professionalism in the Glass Arts helps provide financial and business expertise to GAS and its members.
$ Robert Willson Fund sponsors a lecture on sculpture at each annual conference.
$ Sy Kamens Educational Fund helps keep students' membership and conference registration fees low.
$ Takako Sano International Student Scholarship Fund enables GAS to send one student from outside the host country to the annual GAS conference.
$ Wayne Strattman Critical Dialogue Lecture Fund sponsors a lecture with new and stimulating information on art glass at each annual GAS conference.
$ General Donation (Unrestricted Donation)
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