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Weston Lambert installs glass bike racks in Illinois

Tulane University Professor Weston Lambert installed a bike rack he designed in Geneva, Illinois. Officials  from the local Arts Commission, said Lambert exhibits annually at SOFA Chicago, a world’s fair dedicated to “sculpture objects” of “functional art and design” and

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Weston Lambert installs glass bike racks in Illinois

Tulane University Professor Weston Lambert installed a bike rack he designed in Geneva, Illinois. Officials  from the local Arts Commission, said Lambert exhibits annually at SOFA Chicago, a world’s fair dedicated to “sculpture objects” of “functional art and design” and

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Tulane University Student’s show at OCH Gallery

Various works by Tulane University students and graduate students were selected for a show at the OCH Gallery opening April 12, 2014. The works show a wide range of techniques including kiln casting, table casting, sand casting, photo transfer, casting

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Tulane University Student’s show at OCH Gallery

Various works by Tulane University students and graduate students were selected for a show at the OCH Gallery opening April 12, 2014. The works show a wide range of techniques including kiln casting, table casting, sand casting, photo transfer, casting

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Dan Alley’s “Aways Gold” Show

Dan Alley completed his Master of Arts program with his final Master’s Thesis at the Carroll Gallery at Tulane University, April 9-18, 2014. Photos coverage of the event are attached. The title of the show was “Aways gold

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Dan Alley’s “Aways Gold” Show

Dan Alley completed his Master of Arts program with his final Master’s Thesis at the Carroll Gallery at Tulane University, April 9-18, 2014. Photos coverage of the event are attached. The title of the show was “Aways gold

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Glass Legacies at University of Wisconsin- RIver Falls features Gene Koss

Started in 1967 by Doug Johnson and taken over by Jim Engrebretson, The UWRF glass program is one of the oldest BFA glass programs in the U.S. Over its 45 years, it has produced countless talented and successful alumni. This

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Glass Legacies at University of Wisconsin- RIver Falls features Gene Koss

Started in 1967 by Doug Johnson and taken over by Jim Engrebretson, The UWRF glass program is one of the oldest BFA glass programs in the U.S. Over its 45 years, it has produced countless talented and successful alumni. This

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Metropolitan Contemporary Glass Group Tours New Orleans Glass Art Studios

The Metropolitan Contemporary Glass Group (MCGG) is the oldest continuing studio art glass collectors’ group in the country and from October 11 through 14, 2012 they are visiting glass artist and their studios in New Orleans, Including Mitchell Gaudet’s Studio

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Metropolitan Contemporary Glass Group Tours New Orleans Glass Art Studios

The Metropolitan Contemporary Glass Group (MCGG) is the oldest continuing studio art glass collectors’ group in the country and from October 11 through 14, 2012 they are visiting glass artist and their studios in New Orleans, Including Mitchell Gaudet’s Studio

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Laurel Porcari’s Art and Architecture

LAUREL PORCARI is neat but unfussy, incisive yet silly. No shrinking violet, her work reflects the enormous, layered canvas of her mind – geography and mapping, physicality and boundaries. Both abstract and concrete things and theories find themselves transported and

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Laurel Porcari’s Art and Architecture

LAUREL PORCARI is neat but unfussy, incisive yet silly. No shrinking violet, her work reflects the enormous, layered canvas of her mind – geography and mapping, physicality and boundaries. Both abstract and concrete things and theories find themselves transported and

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Tulane University B.F.A. Graduate continues studies in the M.F.A. program at Rochester Institute of Technology

The first time Ben Dombey saw molten glass he was instantly hooked. He was introduced to the amazing material as a senior in high school. Ben has spent the last 5 years studying glass at Tulane University in New Orleans.

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Tulane University B.F.A. Graduate continues studies in the M.F.A. program at Rochester Institute of Technology

The first time Ben Dombey saw molten glass he was instantly hooked. He was introduced to the amazing material as a senior in high school. Ben has spent the last 5 years studying glass at Tulane University in New Orleans.