This is a USA organisation based in the state of Washington. They produce a fantastic calendar. This site is well worth a visit if you like making big Tiffany lamps.
Another North American Organisation (based in Canada).
Artists in Stained Glass (AISG) is a 27 year old not-for-profit association of stained glass artists, glass craftspersons, architects, hobbyists, and others, who are interested in the development and promotion of stained glass as a contemporary art form.
A very august body.
Do not be put off by their lofty view the rest of us.
Another site that took some figuring out. Appears to be
privately run, listing many stained glass sites. Mostly U.S.A.
BUNGI started about five years ago and has at least 1,000 members, and
is spreading round the world. There are about 12 active UK members.
They like to organise cultural visits and exchanges. Do visit them,
they used to like this site and visit it frequently.
To be honest, after a look round in 2015 I found a huge number of dead and ineffective links. Not sure it is still active. If it is, will someone give me a link for this site that goes to a home page?
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) architect, designer and artist is celebrated around the world today as one of the most significant talents to emerge in the period which spans from the mid 1890s to the late 1920s. Most of his surviving work can be found in or around Glasgow and we at the CRM Society, from our headquarters at Queens Cross Church, can help you find it.
Cohesion is the glassmakers' network for the North of England and is sponsored by the City of Sunderland. The aim of Cohesion is to assist and support the region's glass businesses and practitioners to develop their skills, to create new opportunities and to promote the quality and diversity of their work to wider markets.
The Contemporary Glass Society (CGS) promotes and encourages cutting edge glass and glass-makers within the wider art world. Founded in 1997, CGS is a non-profit making limited company by guarantee, with dual objectives of encouraging excellence in glass as a creative medium and developing a greater awareness and appreciation of contemporary glass world wide. CGS is aimed at those working in or interested in contemporary glass.
The Stained Glass Museum offers a unique insight into the fascinating story of stained glass. The Museum Trust was set up in the 1970s to rescue and preserve stained glass and now houses a national collection of British stained glass.
Here, St George over a WW1 battlefield, is in Rockley Chapel. Other exhibits in the Museum include an early 19th century stained-glass copy of a work by Raphael and an 18th century panel copied from a portrait by the artist Sir Joshua Reynolds; work by Morris & Co.; 20th Century work; pieces by John Piper, Brian Clarke and Evie Hone famous for work at Eton College Chapel.
The Glasgow School of Art is one of the very few remainingindependent Art Schools in the United Kingdom. The School has occupied its present site since l899 and at the heart of the campus is Charles Rennie Mackintosh's masterwork, now known as the Mackintosh Building.
The Worshipful Company of Glaziers & Painters of Glass is one of the ancient Livery Companies of the City of London. It has been in existence for nearly 800 years. It works tirelessly for the promotion of the art and craft of stained glass and the preservation of this priceless part of our heritage.
The Scottish Glass Society is an artist-led, charitable organisation promoting the appreciation, understanding and development of contemporary Scottish Glass.
Silicon Folly was created for all the people who share a love of the Stained Glass Arts. It's a place where we can enjoy interaction, share information and learn. It was originally born to house the Stepping Stone Manuals, but it's grown to hold 3 interactive forums for Glass, Stones/Mosaics and Kiln working.
Opened by Prime Minister Clement Attlee in 1950, this is the only public museum devoted to England's best known and most versatile designer. The Gallery is located at Walthamstow.
We list sites from world wide.
All traditional stained glass & fused glass URLs are invited for consideration.
For a URL to be considered for the registers of Studios they must conform to all of the following criteria:
The site is primarily stained glass
The premises location has been made known to us
Any studio MUST be manufacturing its own stained or fused glass items
Resellers of glass, hardware, patterns or products are not eligible for inclusion in the studio registers
You should note that this is primarily a UK site
All bona fide UK studios, professional and amateur are usually listed
Traditional stained and fused glass sites from abroad or overseas that subscribe, and that conform to the above requirements of manufacturing their own products, etc., will usually be listed
We reserve the right to exclude any site