The Toledo Museum of Art Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Studio Glass Movement.
Harvey Littleton (American, born 1922) Blue/Ruby Spray from the Crown Series. Colorless and colored barium potash glass, blown, with multiple cased overlays, 1990. Partial gift of Ross E. Lucke in memory of Betty S. Lucke, by exchange, and partial purchase withfunds from the Libbey Ednowment, Gift of Edward Drummond Libbey, 1992.41A-L © 1990 Harvey K. Littleton.
The American Studio Glass Movement that emerged from two experimental glass workshops at the Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) in 1962 has transformed the art world by making glass a popular and respected artistic medium.
The Museum will celebrate the 50th anniversary of this historic moment with an array of activities, which include a major glass exhibition and hosting the 2012 Glass Art Society Conference.
The Museum will also be reinstalling and reinterpreting its glass collection at the Glass Pavilion® in anticipation of the upcoming anniversary.
The Museum is located at 2445 Monroe Street at Scottwood Avenue, just west of the downtown business district and one block off I-75 with exit designations posted. For general information, visitors can call 419-255-8000 or 800-644-6862, or visit www.toledomuseum.org.