2020 Hauberg Fellowship

Apply by December 1 for the 2020 John H. Hauberg Fellowship! Learn more here.

Groups of up to six members are invited to submit an application to utilize the Pilchuck studios and campus environment during the month-long residency for research and development of artwork based on a common theme or a collaborative project. 

2020 Summer + Fall Programs

Announcing Pilchuck Glass School's 2020 lineup of instructors, artists in residence, and gaffers! Learn more here!

Applications will open later this winter - be sure to subscribe to the Pilchuck Mailing List to be notified.

Blown Away series launches on Netflix

The new competition series, Blown Away, has officially launched globally on Netflix! Enjoy this glimpse into the world of glassblowing as ten incredible artists compete for an impressive prize package, including a residency with Corning Museum of Glass. Pilchuck Executive Director Christopher R. Taylor appears in episode 1 as the guest evaluator to offer a scholarship to one talented contestant! Tune in on Netflix here.

Pilchuck Masquerade: A Venetian Affair

Thank you for joining us for Pilchuck Masquerade: A Venetian Affair, Pilchuck's 41st Annual Auction & Gala. Together we raised over $1.2 Million in support of Pilchuck Glass School! For more event fun, click here.

Pilchuck appoints Donna Davies as first Deputy Director

After an extensive search, Pilchuck Glass School is excited to share that Donna Davies will be joining the organization as its first Deputy Director this winter. The position, made possible through an investment in staffing by the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, will act as a key advisor to the Executive Director and support the overall organization, operations, and strategic priorities of the school. Read more about this announcement, here.

Pilchuck Announces Ben Wright as Artistic Director

After an international search, Pilchuck Glass School is excited to announce Benjamin Wright as its incoming Artistic Director. Read more here.

Pilchuck Holiday Sale

Come visit Pilchuck’s Seattle Exhibition Space this winter for our annual holiday sale featuring pottery, craft, and handblown glass pieces from local artists. Learn more here.

Creating an inclusive community

As an organization that has welcomed artists, instructors, staff, and students from over 70 countries with many different backgrounds, Pilchuck is passionate about creating an inclusive, open, and supportive community that is accessible to all.

We work hard every day to ensure we fulfill this mission. To read more, click here.