The Glass Art Society would like to thank its members and past donors for their generosity and commitment to this organization and the world of glass - it is incredibly appreciated.
It's because of people like you that GAS can serve as an important resource for glass artists and glass art lovers around the world. The landscape of the glass art world is changing radically as we speak, from the technologies that help us make our art, to the way we connect with collectors and do business.
The Glass Art Society is proud to be a conveyer of information and resources and a source of consistent support for the glass community during these times of change. Navigating this changing landscape is a challenge for both emerging and established glass artists and for collectors.
There are many opportunities ahead for the glass art world in the new year, and GAS needs to be able to stay nimble, flexible and responsive to capitalize on them. Our Board and staff are continually assessing how GAS can improve our support for the glass movement and meet the needs of our members. What we do know is that creating and maintaining new initiatives to support our community will take time, talent and treasure.
And so, GAS needs you!
Will you make a donation today to support GAS? Even small gifts - such as the size of your weekly Starbucks habit - can make a big difference when we all give collectively.
Please use the donate button above or download the form to send by mail or fax.
To obtain additional information about supporting the Glass Art Society please contact Pamela Koss, Executive Director, at 206-382-1305 or email .
Thank you to everyone who supports our special funds and GAS!
The Glass Art Society is a not-for-profit 501c3 tax-exempt organization. Donations are 100% tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
IMAGES ABOVE: Bertil Vallien shows off his 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award certificate; 2012 World Influences Panel (from left-right) Samuel Herman, Lucio Bubacco, Charles Parriott, Bertil Vallien, Klaus Moje, William Warmus; 2011 International Student Exhibition Winners; Masahiro Asaka in his 2012 Coldworking Demonstration (2012 Toledo GAS Conference photos by Bob Lubell)
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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