Upcoming Exhibitions and Events

To enter work, go to "call for entries" on the homepage. Paper prospectuses are generally available two months in advance of the entry deadline and can be picked up at the Art Center, downloaded by clicking on the link in the call for entries, or requested by e-mail from catherined@sebarts.org


 

2017 PROGRAM

 

We are grateful for exquisite donations by eminent glass artists Ann Morehouser, Jay Musler, Randy Strong and Mary B. White.
The proceeds of these superb pieces will benefit the gallery program. 

 

October 27 – December 3 : "GOT GLASS!!!"  Opening Reception October 27, 6-7:30 pm.  Awards: 6 pm.
First international glass show at Sebastopol Center for the Arts
This celebration of Art glass intends to inspire every visitor to the broad range of artistic expressions in this medium, often underestimated despite it's phenomenal potential.

Main Gallery: "Convergence"     Juror: Cassandra Straubing

 The focus in the main gallery is on showing the wide range of techniques:  blown, cast, cold work, fused, pate de verre, slumped, painted. With Thérese Lahaie and David Ruth

 


Gallery II:  "Flamework"     Juror: Paul Stankard   (Click here for the Juror's statement)

With John Rizzi, Loren Stump

 

Gallery III:  Ed Kirshner "Organized Chaos"   Plasma work

with Mitch LaPlante, Roger Carr, Mike Perrett

 

On Thursday November 2, 4 pm Randy will give a very informative lecture  "The History of the Glass Movement" , including a 45 minutes slideshow. Randy’s entertaining nature promises a memorable time.

Saturday November 4, 3 pm  not to miss is the conversation between Randy Strong and Mary B. White on "Is there a future for Glass Art?" 


Saturday December 2, 3 pm
Lecture Thérèse Lahaie  "The Smell of Incense" Translation of concept

Thérèse Lahaie is a lightologist. As an artist, she uses light and technology to reveal the nature of various media and for expressing solace. As a practitioner of light, Thérèse provides education, knowledge and training for architects, engineers and lighting designers.
Lahaie has sculptural work in the permanent collections of the Crocker Arts Museum (CA), Corning Museum of glass Contemporary Collection (NY), the DI Rosa Collection (CA) and the Glassmuseet Ebeltoft (Denmark)