Exhibitions | 27-01-2023

European Museum of Modern Glass hosts student exhibition

Students and young graduates from the Institute for Ceramic and Glass Art (IKKG) at Koblenz University of Applied Sciences are showing their work in an exhibition at Germany’s European Museum of Modern Glass.

The ‘Double Feature II’ show (19 January to 16 April 2023) is the second of two events featuring a broad spectrum of contemporary trends in art while documenting the versatility of glass as a material and the broad choice of training courses available at IKKG.

The IKKG is believed to be one of the few internationally high-ranking fine art schools to offer talented young people comprehensive artistic training with a focus on contemporary glass sculpture.

The facets of this artistic material are diverse and have yet to be fully explored. Glass holds opportunities for widely differing means of artistic expression and students can develop their skills with the medium through the Free Art Glass course, which has been taught at Höhr-Grenzhausen for 22 years.

IKKG students and graduates often show their work at international exhibitions and win globally-recognised awards.

The European Museum of Modern Glass is at Rosenau 10, 96472 Rödental, Germany. Visit the website for more information.

Image: One of the glass pieces created on the Free Art Glass course.

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