The recent issue of Glass Art Magazine features all of the Washington Glass School's co- directors in the latest issue and online.
Michael Janis' work on the cover and his profile as the centerfold story, and the same issue also features Erwin Timmers work across a five page story on his work in ecologically sustainable artwork. The magazine's online website now features a new story on Michael and Tim Tate's work as Fulbright Scholars in England, while at the University of Sunderland, the National Glass Centre, the London AAF, and Creative Cohesion studios.
The article has a great synopsis of the differences between the US & UK approach to the artistic medium of glass and also has some photos of Jeffrey Sarmiento joining Michael's sgraffito class. Click HERE to jump to Glass Art Magazine's downloadable pdf of the article.
The Fulbright program has announced its new awards - have a read!
If you in going to a UK university through the Fulbright programme to contribute to research and/or teaching then please take a look at the awards on offer - or if you know of any US scholars or professionals that would be interested then pass this information on to them.
Fulbright Awards offer generous financial support for academic projects in the UK. Additionally, Fulbright scholars in the UK are invited to participate in a wide range of events, and benefit from a variety of additional opportunities and support provided by the Fulbright Commission. Fulbright scholars also benefit from an extensive range of alumni and global networking opportunities after their exchange.
The application deadline is Wednesday, August 1, 2012. For eligibility requirements and detailed award descriptions please consult our webpages: http://www.fulbright.org.uk/fulbright-awards/exchanges-to-the-uk/scholars-and-professionals/all-disciplines-scholar-awards