Call for Artists

Flameworking Exhibition

From the Flame is a juried exhibition of contemporary flameworked glass by established and emerging glass artists who reside in North America. Artwork selected for the exhibition will demonstrate the tremendous range and vitality of the art form, including both sculpture and functional objects.

The exhibition considers the various ways contemporary artists are exploring and expanding flameworking (also known as lampworking and torchworking). This centuries-old approach to glassmaking is experiencing a renaissance as artists push boundaries, creating increasingly complex objects with a variety of tools and a range of techniques. 

Please read all rules and requirements. FIA reserves the right to reject entries that do not meet all submission requirements.

Prizes

1st Place – $2,5002nd Place – $1,5003rd Place – $1,000

Artwork will be judged based on its technique, design, concept, originality, and craftsmanship. 


Prizes Sponsored by

Security Credit Union
Exhibition Dates
Entry DeadlineNon-Refundable Entry Fee
6.29.19 – 10.6.194.17.19 • 11:59p $35.00
  • Up to 3 submissions allowed per artist or collaborative group.
  • All major credit cards will be accepted for entry fee payment. 

Eligibility

Open to all artists who are in the early, middle, or late stages of their career who reside in North America. 

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The Flint Institute of Arts is the second largest art museum in Michigan and one of the largest museum art schools in the United States. Each year, more than 160,000 people visit its galleries and participate in its programs and services. For 90 years, the FIA has been responsible for acquiring, protecting, and presenting a collection of art and artifacts spanning the globe. The world-renowned collection, which exceeds 8,000 objects, is significant for its depth of important European and American paintings and sculptures, 15th century to the present, and its extensive holdings of contemporary craft, and decorative arts and applied arts including important ethnographic study collections dating back five millennia. The FIA promotes the power of the visual arts by providing lifelong learning opportunities to engage and educate a diverse regional audience.

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