com)-- The Society of American Mosaic Artists' (SAMA) annual juried exhibition, Mosaic Arts International, is being held at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington, January 26-May 5, 2013.
What does MOG stand for?
MOG stands for Museum of Glass (Tacoma, Washington)
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Mace, with whom Chihuly recently returned to the Tacoma Museum of Glass hotshop.
Lanmon enjoyed a distinguished career as a museum administrator, initially at the Winterthur Museum in Delaware (1968-73), then at the Corning Museum of Glass, New York, as its curator of European glass and then, from 1981, as its director.
I'm currently in negotiation with the Corning Museum of Glass shop to sell some of my work there.
Barough will officially name the ship in Southampton, England, during the formal naming ceremony July 29, culminating in a large bottle of champagne custom-made by The Corning Museum of Glass crashing against the hull of the 2,850-passenger ship.
The area also features the Hot Glass Show, another industry first developed by Celebrity Cruises and the Corning Museum of Glass.
Design hot spot Tacoma, WA A once-gritty downtown sparkles with eye-catching art The news is out about the city's trio of cultural headliners: the Museum of Glass, or MOG (closed Mon-Tue; $10; 1801 Dock St.
In collaboration with the Tacoma Museum of Glass, Bellingham resident David Wight will be sculpting molten glass into cresting and barreling waves at the museum as part of its Guest Artist Program.