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Event: Saturday, December 14 Noon to 5pm
It’s that time of year! The artists, elves and instructors of the Washington Glass School all gather around the warmth of the kilns and invite everyone to celebrate the season.
This Saturday, December 14th, from 12 Noon til 5, the public is invited to come in to the studio and check out works by some of the hottest and most thoughtful artwork coming from the DC area.
It’s a great time to socialize with the arts community and hang with some of these artists.
Also visit the adjacent studios – Alonzo Davis and Alec Simpson’s Blue Door studio, Ellyn Weiss’ studio, nearby Ani Kasten‘s new studio space at 3815 34th Street is also open – make a day of it!
The next door Flux Studios will also have open studio and their First Annual Cup Show Invitational, featuring 13 well-known makers from around the United States - make this event your One Stop Art Shop!
Washington Glass School Winter Open House is located at 3700 Otis Street Mount Rainier, MD20712
About the Author
Michael Janis developed a focus on glass after working for twenty years as an architect in the United States and Australia. Now as Co-Director of the Washington Glass School, Janis has taught at the UK’s National Glass Centre at the University of Sunderland, Penland School of Crafts, California’s Bay Area Glass Institute, Hot Glass Houston, and The Glass Furnace (Istanbul, Turkey). Awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 2012, he became an Artist-in-Residence at the Institute for International Research in Glass (IIRG) at the University of Sunderland. Janis’ artwork has been shown at major galleries and international art fairs and is included in the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 2011, Janis had a solo exhibition of his artwork at the Fuller Craft Museum (Massachusetts), and was named a “Rising Star” by the Creative Glass Center of America. Glass Art Magazine featured his artwork as their May/June 2012 cover story. Janis also edits the Washington Glass School blog at washingtonglass.blogspot.com