On this page you will find News and Opportunities related to glass and glass making from NGC and external organisations and links to other organisations.
Contemporary Glass Society
CGS is a non-profit making limited company by guarantee founded with dual objectives of encouraging excellence in glass as a creative medium and developing a greater awareness and appreciation of contemporary glass world wide.
Cohesion Glassmakers Network
Cohesion is the network for glassmakers. Originating in the North of England it is sponsored by the City of Sunderland. The aim of Cohesion is to assist and support glass businesses and practitioners to develop their skills, to create new opportunities and to promote the quality and diversity of their work to wider markets.
The Glass Association was founded in England in 1983 at the Stourbridge College of Art, and it is a registered charity (no. 326602). The association was established in order to promote the understanding and appreciation of glass and glass-making method: and to generally increase public interest in the whole subject of glass.
Peter Layton / LGW
Peter Layton's London Glassblowing is a hot glass studio focused on the creation and display of contemporary glass art. The studio has a reputation as one of Europe's leading glassmaking workshops with a particular flair for the use of colour, form and texture.
Guild of Glass Engravers
The Guild of Glass Engravers was founded in 1975 by a small group of British engravers who were keen to establish a professional body for this art form. The primary aims of the Guild are to promote the highest standards of creative design and craftsmanship in glass engraving.
Northlands Creative Glass
North Lands Creative Glass is situated in Lybster, a small fishing village on the North East Coast of Scotland. Through its programme of summer masterclasses, its annual conference and its residencies, North Lands aims to stimulate a lively exchange of ideas whilst also allowing time for reflection and action in a professional environment.
Glass Art Society
The Glass Art Society (GAS) is an international nonprofit organization founded in 1971 whose purpose is to encourage excellence, to advance education, to promote the appreciation and development of the glass arts, and to support the worldwide community of artists who work with glass. GAS members are artists, students, educators, collectors, gallery and museum personnel, writers, and critics, among others. Membership is open to anyone interested in glass art.
The British Society of Master Glass Painters
The British Society of Master Glass Painters, founded in 1921, is Britain's only organization devoted exclusively to the art and craft of stained glass. From the outset, its chief objectives have been to promote and encourage high standards in the art and craft of glass painting and staining, to act as a locus for the exchange of information and ideas within the craft and to preserve the invaluable stained glass heritage of Britain.
Warm Glass UK
Fusing Glass Supplier with an online shop.
Corning Museum of Glass
Located in the heart of the Finger Lakes region of New York State, The Corning Museum of Glass is the world's largest glass museum, featuring 35 centuries of glass artistry, live glassblowing demonstrations, Make Your Own Glass experiences for all ages and an international GlassMarket. It is also home to the Rakow Research Library, which is the library of record on glass and glassmaking, and The Studio, a highly respected glassmaking school.
Dan Klein & Associates
Dan Klein Associates is based in central London, England and specialises in the secondary market for contemporary glass. We offer significant items of contemporary glass for sale from the late 1960s to the present day.
Bruntnell Astley Gallery
Based in Stourbridge, the world-famous glassmaking heartland of Great Britain, this major new Internet glass gallery features a selection of the finest names in contemporary British studio glass.
Art Glass Solutions
Art Glass Solutions Pte Ltd, formed in January 2008, is an entrepreneurial glass art and design business based in Singapore. The company strives to create high quality artworks with a contemporary and empathic aesthetic which is derived from a deep understanding of glass as a material, visual art and design history as well as culture.
The Flow is a glass journal for the flameworking community.