SGAA May Community Resources

Posted May 3, 2020

DESPITE THE CHALLENGES of Spring 2020 and COVID-19 there are still many exciting things happening for SGAA members.

Fern Pattern Protective Face Mask

Posted April 20, 2020

We are already more accustomed than most to wearing masks as PPE in our day-to-day work but now that it's just a part of daily life, it's more important than ever that we have options of how to take care of ourselves.

Illumination: The Story of Tom Holdman and Holdman Studios

Posted April 15, 2020

Excerpt from Stained Glass Spring 2016 - Vol. 111, No. 1 By Amie Jane LeavittLike many stained glass artisans Tom Holdman started his career in his parents’ garage. He has excelled in glass on the wisdom his father shared with him growing up.

One hundred years in business

Posted February 25, 2020

Rohlf's Stained and Leaded Glass Studio celebrates its 100th anniversary.

Sarah Hall receives top Canadian honor

Posted February 10, 2020

Stained glass artist and pioneer Sarah Hall was appointed a Member of the Royal Order of Canada.

Recap: SGAA Board visits Buffalo Headquarters

Posted January 14, 2020

For the first time since the SGAA moved headquarters to Buffalo, the entire board visited the city as the association held its winter board meetings.

The Neustadt heads to Newport

Posted December 2, 2019

The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass is coming to Rhode Island with an opening lecture and reception on Dec. 8.

Affiliate Member Story: Glass Fire

Posted November 25, 2019

A chance encounter with Tiffany lamps while working at Death Valley National Park led to Freddi Steele's calling into stained glass. 

The Path To Paradise: Judith Schaechter's Stained-Glass Art

Posted November 6, 2019

The Memorial Art Gallery (MAG) of the University of Rochester is pleased to present The Path to Paradise: Judith Schaechter’s Stained-Glass Art, the first survey and major scholarly assessment of this groundbreaking artist's 37-year career.

Akili Ron Anderson is lending his spirit for a better world

Posted October 28, 2019

After his 1982 sculpture depicting the Last Supper with African-American faces was rediscovered, Akili Ron Anderson found himself back in the spotlight. A sculptor, stained-glass artist, and painter (among other things), Anderson has infused his work with Afrocentric themes which has served as his contribution to changing the world.

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