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Fluid Formations Exhibit at the Whatcom Museum

Celebrating a rich legacy unique to our region, Fluid Formations features the art of fifty-seven contemporary artists working in glass.

The Pacific Northwest is the epicenter of glass, spurred by the establishment of Pilchuck Glass School on a remote tree farm in Stanwood, Washington in 1971. Fifty years later, the region’s glass community has expanded significantly, defined by shared knowledge, teamwork, and an experimental spirit.

Drawing from the Museum’s permanent collection, loans from artists, and working in close partnership with Museum of Glass (Tacoma, Wash.), Fluid Formations celebrates the innovation and striking range of processes and ideas that could only come from decades of generous exchange and shared passion for the material of glass.

Organized by Amy Chaloupka, Whatcom Museum Curator of Art

Starts: April 10, 2021

Occurs: Every week on Sunday Thursday, Friday, Saturday, until October 10, 2021
Time: 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Admission: Included with admission/members free

Location: Whatcom Museum Lightcatcher building
250 Flora Street, Bellingham, WA 98229

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Contact Person: Whatcom Museum

Phone: (360) 778-8930

Email: info@whatcommuseum.org

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