This is the fifth in a series of biennial exhibitions at the Bellevue Arts Museum featuring work by Northwest artists, craftspeople, and designers. The theme this year is glass. If past biennials are any indication, there will be a wide variety of work shown.
3D4M Associate Professor Mark Zirpel has work included in the exhibition as does Anna Mlasowsky (MFA 2016) and Katie Miller (BFA 2003). Please email us if we have missed someone.
Glasstastic will be open from November 9, 2018, through April 14, 2019. Read more.
At the exhibition's preview party on November 8, it was announced that Anna Mlasowsky won the John and Joyce Price Award of Excellence for her wearable sound object titled Chorus of One. There was a performance of the piece by dancer Alethea Saide Alexander at the party, and there will be additional performances on Free First Fridays during the run of the exhibition. The award gives Mlasowsky a $5,000 cash prize and the opportunity for a solo exhibition at Bellevue Arts Museum. On November 14, the museum posted photos and a video of the performance.
Mlasowsky also has a solo exhibition of video and glass installations titled NOON at Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) in Seattle from January 3 through February 23, 2019.