Pittsburgh Glass Center is "brewing" up an exciting partnership with the Pittsburgh chapter of the Pink Boots Society, an organization that assists, inspires, and encourages women beer professionals. Join us for Hot Glass, Cold Beer, Pink Boots, a special beer release bash and fundraiser at PGC, on Friday, July 26. Proceeds benefit Pink Boots for continued education for their members.
PGC's executive director Heather McElwee attended an exclusive leadership training program at Hult Business School in Berkhamsted, England thanks to funding from The Benter Foundation through the Benter Vision Awards.
Fourteen passionate and enthusiastic glass lovers from Pittsburgh flew to Seattle for a whirlwind tour of glass. It was truly an unforgettable experience—PGC was able to get access to some of the most celebrated glass-related venues in the city!
Apply by May 31 to be considered for these two exciting opportunities for glass artists—the Ron Desmett Memorial Award for Imagination with Glass, and a call for artists for a 2020 exhibition in our Hodge Gallery, "The United."
The Veteran Scholarship Program at Pittsburgh Glass Center grants a limited number of full tuition scholarships to active and retired military personnel for our classes and workshops. Scholarships enable individuals to work in a challenging medium that will stretch them artistically and personally as they learn the fundamental principles of glass art and the creative process.
Our acclaimed Summer Intensive courses for 2019 are filling fast, and prices go up on April 15! Don't miss your chance to save $50 and learn one-on-one from celebrated glass artists from around the globe.