THE MIGHTY SPEARS: Glass by Sean Hogan
August 5–‚Ā†September 10
Pilchuck Gallery, Pioneer Square, Seattle

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We're celebrating 50 years of Pilchuck Glass School at this year's Auction & Gala! Join us on Saturday, October 16 for REFLECTIONS: PILCHUCK AT 50.

Purchase tickets to attend the in-person event at Fremont Studios in Seattle. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis—get yours before they're gone!
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If you can't be there in person, register to join in online! Watch the livestream and bid on over 200 stunning pieces. Online registration is free!


Pilchuck sessions are back for 2022! Explore workshops in everything from glassblowing and hot sculpting to image manipulation and engraving.

Applications are open now. Apply for scholarships and priority placement by February 1.

Creating an inclusive community

Pilchuck is passionate about creating an inclusive, open, and supportive community that is accessible to all. We recommit to dismantle racism and injustice in our creative industry. Read our pledge.

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Pilchuck Glass School is located on the ceded territories of the Treaty of Point Elliott Tribes, which includes the Duwamish, Suquamish, Snoqualmie, Snohomish, Lummi, Skagit, and Swinomish Tribes. The region has long been a center for Indigenous people to gather, fish, trade, and maintain tribal relationships, which continues to this day. We honor the ancestors and respect the elders of the past and present of the Treaty of Point Elliott Tribes; we extend our gratitude to all in this community who continue to contribute to the life of this region, celebrate its heritage and traditions, and care for its land and waterways.