Making Molten History at Sonoran Glass School
May 18, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm$5 – $10
Sonoran Glass School
633 W. 18th Street
Saturday, May 18th, 2019
Visit Sonoran Glass School for a day of exciting glassblowing demonstrations from talented artists from Northern, Central, and Southern Arizona.
Each demonstration will be inspired by a celebrated period in art history chosen by the artist.
Artists will have two-hour time frames to demonstrate.
Your hosts will provide educational commentary while the artists work.
Food trucks will be on site.
Admission is $10 for general public or $5 for Sonoran Glass Members. Proceeds support the nonprofit Sonoran Glass School.
PRESENTING ARTISTS AND TIMES
9AM-11AM- Jason Marstall (Tucson)
Art history inspiration: Surrealism
11AM-1PM- Paul Anders Stout (Tucson)
Art history inspiration: TBA
1PM-3PM – Jordan Ford & Austin Littenberg (Sedona)
Art history inspiration: Venetian Renaissance
3PM-5PM – Andrew Schultz (Phoenix)
Art history inspiration: Dada circa 1916-1930
A gallery reception for the pieces made during the event will take place on Monday, May 13, at 6PM at Sonoran Glass School.