Per the direction of Washington state governor Jay Inslee, Museum of Glass is closed through Monday, December 14, 2020 to help curb the spread of COVID-19. We’re saddened to close our doors after just 45 days of reopening, but we’re committed to doing our part in protecting the health and safety of our community and staff.
However, there is good news.
While in-person Museum operations are impacted, there are other, dare we say, great ways to connect with and show your support for MOG.
The MOG Store remains open Friday–Sunday, 10am–5pm. Online shopping is also available at museumofglassstore.org and new products will be dropping over the next days and weeks, so check back often.
In addition, you can get your holiday crafting on with one of our free project kits for dreidels, snowflakes, and candy canes. Pick up yours in the Museum Store starting November 27, 2020.
Junior Curator Academy
Introducing Junior Curator Academy, an interactive mini-series focusing on art objects and installations at Museum of Glass. Listen in as our hosts talk to artists, Museum staff, and subject matter experts as they explore the creative process, influences, and materials used in individual works of art you can find at the Museum.
New Exhibition Alert
Previously scheduled to open on November 27, 2020, René Lalique: Art Deco Gems from the Steven and Rosyln Shulman Collection, will be on view when MOG reopens to the public. Don’t worry, you won’t have to wait that long for a sneak peek. Stay tuned for an opportunity to take a virtual look at this highly anticipated exhibition.
Continue to tune into Glass Break every Monday to watch clips of live glassblowing in the MOG Hot Shop with narration by Emcee Walter Lieberman.
You’ll hear more from us soon. Stay safe and we’ll get through this together.