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Schack-toberfest

Art & Harvest Festival

This harvest themed weekend at the Schack Art Center features a glass pumpkin patch, glassblowing demonstrations, pumpkin carving demonstrations, and "Make It Now" pumpkin classes in the hot shop. ADMISSION IS FREE!

Halfway to Somewhere

October 9 – November 8

Brent Rogers and Granite Calimpong

Exhibit features new collaborative and individual work by Granite Calimpong and Brent Rogers inspired by their joint residency at Pittsburgh Glass Center.

Artist of the Year: Joan Pinney

August 14 – September 18

Opening August 14, 5-8pm

Annual exhibit featuring the 2014 Schack Art Center Artist of the Year recipient Joan Pinney.

Rent our Hot Shop

From glassblowing and flameworking to kilnforming, Schack's Glass Shops are fully-equipped to meet the needs of students and artists at many levels of experience.

Single Session Intro to Glassblowing

Sept 13, 9:45am-5:30pm

The art of forming molten glass dates back to 3500 BC. This single day 8 hour intensive workshop is your chance to experience the thrill of working with the molten media that has captivated for centuries.

Fees: $160 Members / $200 Non-Members

Call to Artists: Schack-toberfest

Deadline: September 7

The Schack Art Center is seeking artwork for Schack-toberfest, September 25-18, 2014. We are particularly looking for 2D artwork within the Fall/Harvest theme, such as leaves turning color, pumpkins, harvest fields, and gardens.

Intro to Painting with Fire

Sept 27, 10:30am - 1pm

Learn the immersion process of enameling, patented by Barbara Lewis, author of the top selling and rated book on Amazon in 2011, "Torch-Fired Enamel Jewelry, a Workshop in Painting With Fire"..  You will become comfortable with the torch, learn about safety measures, suitable metals, and opaque and transparent enamels.

Fees: $40 Members / $45 Non-Members / $45 Supply Fee