Holiday Ornament Sale At The GlasStation

East Carolina University School of Art and Design presents the 2017 Hand-blown Holiday Ornament Sale on Saturday, December 9, from 10 am to 4 pm at the GlasStation in Farmville

The public sale features hundreds of hand-blown glass holiday ornaments in many different styles and colors, as well as an assortment of other glasswork that has been made at the GlasStation throughout the year.

In addition, there will be free public glassblowing demonstrations throughout the sale.

The GlasStation is located at 3732-B West Wilson Street in downtown Farmville. For more information contact Mike Tracy, TRACYM16@ECU.EDU, 757-748-8121.

Saturday, December 9 at 10:00am to 4:00pm

GlasStation 3732-B West Wilson Street, Farmville


“Planetary Waves”, An Exhibition Of Panneau De Verre And Fused Glass Works By Kristin Thielking And Lisa Beth Robinson


Opening Reception: November 6, 6-8 pm
Artists’ Talk: November 11, 5:30-7:30 pm.

You are invited to “Planetary Waves”, an exhibition of panneau de verre and fused glass works by Kristin Thielking and Lisa Beth Robinson, November 6-30, 2015 at the Dare County Arts Council, 300 Queen Elizabeth Avenue, Manteo, NC 27954 (252) 473-5558

Kristin will also be a visiting artist with us from November 11-17, giving an artist’s talk in Jenkins 1220 (our auditorium) at 6:30 pm on Thursday, November 12th, and teaching a glass fusing workshop over the weekend of November 14-15.


Kristin Thielking’s Workshop

Dates: Saturday & Sunday, November 14-15
Times: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Jenkins Fine Arts Center, J-106 Ceramics Studio (signs will be posted)
Cost: $100.00

Visiting artist lecture at ECU: Thursday, November 12, Jenkins 1220, 6:30 pm will enable participants to explore drawing and printmaking techniques on glass and create two finished fused-glass pieces. Glass allows for the layering of imagery and text in a way that is quite different than working with paper or canvas. Working with fused glass also provides the opportunity to explore transparency and the way light can activate the layers, as well as create work that can withstand the elements and be exhibited outside or be integrated into an architectural space. Because of the short nature of the workshop, we will provide prepared silkscreens with imagery and text that relate to the theme micro/macro that participants can choose from and combine to create unique works. Thielking will also discuss the technical side of working with kiln-glass and how to use a traditional programmable ceramic kiln to fire glass. No experience necessary.