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Festival Exhibitions 2010
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 The technically amazing 'Roc(k)oco Lamp' by Margareth Troli features in the British Glass Biennale 2010 This year there will, once again, be a range of fascinating exhibitions associated with the Festival at a variety of venues.

These will include:
  • 'Glass Furniture' and 'Hi, Honey, I'm Home' at Broadfield House Glass Museum
  • 'The Next Big Thing' at Red House Glass Cone
  • 'ERA' by TeePee Glass at Ruskin Glass Centre
  • 'Made In Glass 2010' at Red House Glass Cone
  • University of Wolverhampton Student Degree exhibition at Holy Trinity Church
  • Glasshouse College Students Annual Exhibition of glasswork and other crafts

    and of course
    the showpiece exhibition of the festival:

    Visit the Biennale website - opens in a separate window Held at Ruskin Glass Centre in the stunning former glassworks of Webb Corbett and Royal Doulton, the Biennale is the foremost exhibition of excellence in contemporary glass by artists, designers and craftspeople currently working in Britain. It is justifiably the highlight of the International Festival of Glass, launched in 2004 in the heart of Stourbridge's historic Glass Quarter. Around 150 major new glass works from British
    Detail of Orphica II, one of a triptych of pieces by Tracy Nicholls, Winner of the 2008 British Glass Biennale artists are selected, making this a highly significant statement of national glass talent.

    The exhibition continues until Saturday 11th September with the final award, The People's Prize, announced at a special evening reception. The event will offer the last chance to vote for YOUR favourite piece.

    British Glass Biennale 2010
    27 August to 11 September 2008

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