2017 GGAS People's Choice Award by Deborah Ellington

2017 GGAS People's Choice Award by Deborah Ellington

Glass Gathering Art Show 2018

Date: May 12, 2018

Location: Harmony Stained Glass, 3512 Fairmont Parkway, Pasadena, Texas, 77504

Time:  Exhibition Hours are 10:00 am - 7:00 pm with a reception from 5:00 - 7:00 pm

People's Choice voting open throughout the day; awards presented at the reception.

The Glass Gathering Art Show (GGAS) is an annual, one-day exhibition of glass artwork in cold, warm and hot glass categories.  Its mission is to support and encourage the growth of artists working in glass.  It provides a professionally executed and adjudicated artistic forum devoted to glass as a medium.

The GGAS is divided into two events occurring simultaneously; a juried-entry division, and an open entry exhibition of glass art works. Both divisions are viewed and evaluated by a guest juror with ribbons given for first and second place in each category.  Cash prizes are awarded for Best in Show, Technical Merit and People's Choice.  Join us as we celebrate glass art!

2018 Guest Judge - Marissa Hershon

We are very fortunate to have Marissa Hershon joining us as this year's guest judge.  Marissa joined the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, as Curatorial Assistant for Decorative Arts, Craft, and Design in 2013. At the MFAH, she has contributed to a range of projects, from researching new acquisitions and planning permanent collection gallery rotations to organizing special exhibitions and lecturing and publishing articles and catalogs on decorative arts and design topics. Prior to working at the MFAH, Marissa served as the Luce Curatorial Research Fellow at the Chrysler Museum of Art, where she contributed to the redesign and reinstallation of the glass collection galleries and the catalog, Glass: Masterworks from the Chrysler Museum of Art, as well as wrote an article sharing original research, “An Aria in Glass: The Tiffany Window for Joseph Raphael De Lamar” in The Magazine Antiques, November/December 2015, vol. CLXXXII, no. 6, 130-135. Marissa holds a B.A. in Art History from Tulane University, and an M.A. in the History of Decorative Arts from the Smithsonian & Corcoran College of Art & Design.