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A New State of Matter: Contemporary Glass

February 20, 2020 ~ 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM 


Audience:
 Art educators

Description: Glass has been called a new state of matter because it is not purely a liquid, solid, or gas. These qualities make glass perfectly suited for artists to explore fragility, resiliency, transparency, and transformation. A New State of Matter: Contemporary Glass exhibition features work by contemporary artists who are using glass in innovative ways, while presenting its metaphorical possibilities. Their artworks also connect to broader cultural, environmental, political, and spiritual themes. Each of the nineteen artists included in the exhibition examines the material and symbolic potential of glass in unique and revealing ways.

SCECHs may be available pending State approval.

Sub reimbursement is available for OAISD schools

Class is held at the Grand Rapids Art Museum

Instructor: Emily Jarvi

Cost: $0


If you have questions, please contact Mandy Laninga at 616-738-8940 x4102,or email her at mlaninga@oaisd.org


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