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There is always something to discover at Museum of Glass.

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Third Thursday

Third Thursdays are back! Museum of Glass is open late the Third Thursday of each month — with Hilltop Artists in the Hot Shop and
FREE admission from 5–8pm.

View the event details here.

2021 visiting artist Schedule

Visiting Artist Residencies are back! Witness internationally-known and emerging artists from around the world create new works in glass with the MOG Hot Shop Team. 

View the schedule and artist bios here.

Artist Talks and Events 

Learn more about the exhibitions on view and hear directly from featured and Visiting Artists.

View upcoming events here.



in the galleries

Learn more about the exhibitions currently on view.


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September 26, 2021 — Fall 2022

This exhibition highlights the residency partnership between Pilchuck Glass School and Museum of Glass.


This incredible group of nearly 200 objects celebrates René Lalique’s artwork and aesthetic, which helped to define the Art Deco movement in the early twentieth-century.


Counterparts seeks to erase ingrained artistic-medium divisions, presenting all manner of glass and non-glass artworks side by side.



stories from the hot shop

Look back at the inspirations, techniques, and aspirations of artists that have passed through the MOG Hot Shop. Find more on Museum’s YouTube Channel.


Dante Marioni

Dante Marioni teams up with Janusz Pozniak and the Hot Shop Team to create one of his signature leaf vessels.

Hot Shop Team

The Hot Shop Team creates a two-color fade glass cylinder during the Museum’s reopening weekend in October of 2020.

Katherine Gray and Nancy Callan

Visiting Artists Katherine Gray and Nancy Callan collaborate to create a supersized clown horn made of glass.


Fritz Dreisbach

Fritz Dreisbach explains his ironic introduction to glass blowing and the Cameo Cut Glass series he worked on at MOG back in 2018.

Christopher Paul Jordan

Chris Jordan describes the many a­­­­rt forms of experimental optics and how they can shape our perspective on reality.

Ho-Wan-Ut "Haila" Old Peter

Haila shares her experiences as a MOG Visiting Artist in 2018 and explores the commonalities between her background in basket weaving and glass blowing.



create with mog educators

We're bringing the Museum of Glass Education Studio to you! Download art projects, become a designer, and learn more about artwork at MOG through our at home and virtual programs.

get your craft on with mog

Channel your inner artist with at home craft projects and activities from MOG’s educators.

Kids Design Glass goes virtual

Each month kids age 12 and under submit designs for the Museum’s Hot Shop Team to review. One chosen to create in glass, to the child-designer’s exact specifications.

become a junior Curator

Join hosts David Rios, Sophie Engle, and MOG educator Jabari Owens-Bailey, as they explore the creative process, influences, and materials used in individual works of art objects and installations at Museum of Glass.