We hope that you will find this section full of useful information, contacts and things that are going on, whether you are an artist, collector, gallery, magazine editor, a student or simply just love glass and are interested in learning more about what is available.

Selection guidelines for online Gallery Submissions

Juried selection of online Gallery Submissions:

We would like to remind our members about a few important points that we hope will help, regarding the submission of images to our online Gallery exhibitions:

1. Please ensure that the image submitted is not a cropped detail of your piece. The image should be of the entire piece of work. Cropped images or small details will not be accepted.

2. Please ensure that the quality of photography is as professional as possible. There is a guide to photography on the website at

3. Please ensure that the image is of a decent size. All guidelines are on website. If image is small, the image will appear grainy and pixelated when submitted and may be rejected on these grounds.

4. Please enure that the setting of the piece photographed is as professional and as clear as possible. We would recommend no background details such as mantlepieces, windows, room scenes etc. A clean, white, black or grey background would be the most suitable.

5. Please ensure that your image is accompanied by all other relevant information, name, contact details, title, description etc. Any images without accompanying information will be rejected.

6. Please note that your image will have been received through the website ( by logging on to your profile and clicking the exhibition button). All pieces submitted with be selected and juried by the CGS Committee or invited guest curator.

7. Please make sure that if you submit a piece of work to a show, that it is a new piece of work. E.g. that you have not submitted this piece to a prior CGS gallery show.

Further guidelines, how to login and submit work and change images can be found at

We hope that helps!
We look forward to receiving your entries!

Any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

CGS Team

Shipley Art Gallery (UK)

Home to the broadest range of contemporary craft outside London.

Simon Bruntell

The Ruskin Glass Centre, Wollaston Rd, Stourbridge DY8 4HF United Kingdom
01384 399465 07850 389513

Society of Glass Technology (UK)

The objects of the Society of Glass Technology are to encourage and advance the study of the history, art, science, design, manufacture, after treatment, distribution and end use of glass of any and every kind.

Stained Glass Making

Two sets of tutorials covering both copper foil and lead came in depth. Packed with lots of original, annotated photos and the best videos on the web to help you.

You name it, you can learn it... cutting, foiling, polishing, attaching hooks, framing, making a beaded soldered edge, soldering, leading, cementing. It's all here:

How To Make Stained Glass With Copper Foil

Making Stained Glass Using Lead Came

Stained Glass Museum (UK)

The Stained Glass Museum offers a unique insight into the fascinating story of stained glass, an art-form that has been practised in Britain for at least thirteen hundred years.

Stourbridge Stained Glass

Stourbridge Stained Glass , 16 Apley Rd, Wollaston, DY8 4PA, tel: 01384 360999. (Stained glass repairs.)

Student Prize Winner

Fiona Jenkins is a Student at the Metropolitian College in Glasgow and has won the Craftex and the Degree show prize.

Two students from Falmouth were included in the shortlist of twelve from universities across the UK, with Noreen reaching the final four.

In only its second year, the Bohle Glass Student of the Year Award attracted a huge increase in the number of entries this year from students of glass, crafts, arts and technology. The competition is judged by an independent panel of representatives from academia and industry.

Managing Director of Bohle, Gary Dean says the event is producing entries that are way beyond his expectations: "Skills in technical, art and craft glass working are at the core of what Bohle does and when we launched the Glass Student of the Year Award, we expected to see some nice entries but in such a short time, we have elicited skills and creativity that are world-class from British colleges."

This is the second year in a row that a student from Falmouth has reached the final stages of the competition.

For further information about BA(Hons) Contemporary Crafts at University College Falmouth, please visit, email or telephone Admissions on 01326 214355.

Studio for hire Arabella Marshall

Glass studio with FKR9 kiln (enabling you to work from all four sides), 2 large workbenches, 1x small fusing kiln, running water.
Available to hire. Situated on a farm in rural Suffolk - nearest town Framlingham. Please enquire about rates and other details.
Address: Glass Studio, Bridge Farm, Friday Street, Brandeston, Woodbridge Suffolk IP13 7BP.
Conctact details: 01473 737177 07973 816212