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The Reflection

Things heat up at Glass Arts Kalamazoo

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Glass Arts Kalamazoo offers studios and a wonderful gallery for glass working artists who wish to display, learn and create their masterpieces.

The entrance of West Michigan Glass Art Center. Photo by Laine Scott

Located in Kalamazoo, they don’t just stop at having a gallery, offering multiple classes such as glass blowing, bead making, lamp working and kiln fusing from a beginner’s level to a masters. All classes of which are taught by masterful glass artist themselves with years of experience.

And from November 10th to December 30th, Glass Arts Kalamazoo is featuring glass work by its own Ekin Aytac and Josh Davids. In between organizing and developing new programs, teaching class, and maintaining the facility itself, these two teachers have flourished even further as glass artisans and now are showing their latest works to all of Kalamazoo.

The gallery is open Tuesdays to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and is open on Saturday from 12pm to 4 p.m. And both Aytac and Davids has classes available for those who are interested in pursuing glass artistry.  

Lainie Scott

I am a junior at Gull Lake High School, and this is my first year writing for The Reflection. I enjoy writing, reading and music. This year I hope to further my writing skills and better develop my ability to report and review.


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