Now in its fifth year, the International Festival of Glass is a firmly established event for glass enthusiasts and public alike. Celebrating the unique glass making heritage of the area as well as the dynamic emergence of a whole new era of contemporary glass making, the 2012 Festival is not to be missed.
The International Festival of Glass – centering around its public festival 24th to 27th August – offers a perfect combination of world class exhibitions, demonstrations, open studios, performances, family entertainment, evening events, and all important retail therapy, to capture the imagination of vistors of all ages. There is even the chance to have a go at glassmaking yourself.
For more information about this amazing event please see: http://www.ifg.org.uk/
Venue: The festival is held across numerous locations in Stourbridge’s historic Glass Quarter, including Ruskin Glass Centre, Red House Glass Cone and Broadfield House Glass Museum.
Key Events: Masterclasses, 20th – 24th August 2012 (Click the following link for more information about Masterclasses: Masterclasses Flyer Final)
Public Festival, 24th – 27th August 2012
British Glass Biennale, 24th August – 15th September 2012