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March - 2015

April - 2015

  • April 18-September 6 - Neenah, Wisconsin
    Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass
    WILLIAM MORRIS: NATIVE SPECIES EXHIBTION OPENS APRIL 18
    Inspired by the flora and fauna of the Pacific Northwest, Native Species features 38, blown-glass vessels by William Morris, protege of Dale Chihuly.
    William Morris: Native Species
    William Morris: Native Species
    The George R. Stroemple Collection
    April 18 to September 6, 2015 Throughout history, patrons of the Arts have brought the work of talented artists to the public. William Morris: Native Species demonstrates this modern story of collaboration and patronage between artist, William Morris, and collector, George R. Stroemple.
    Morris and Stroemple, friends for many years, share a respect for the profound beauty of the natural world, which grew into the 2004 commission of 38 vessels inspired by the flora and fauna of the Pacific Northwest. Morris pays homage to the 19th century French Art Nouveau glass artist Emile Galle, as well as honors Stroemple’s request to consider the shapes and colors of the 19th century Japanese Meiji period objects he also collects. The resulting works adeptly articulate all of these references while retaining their own presence,intricately wrought with pine needles and cones, aspen trees, dragonflies, pheasants, ground squirrels,acorns, wild grasses, lizards, and cedar boughs.
    165 N. Park Ave Neenah, Wisconsin 54956 Tuesday - Saturday 10am-4:30pm, Sunday 1-4:30pm • Shop hours the same

May - 2015

  • May 9-22 November - Venice, Italy
    Go Ti Ka - Glassstress 2015. Esposizione Internationale d'Arte. Venice, Italy.

  • May 23-October 11 - Tacoma, Washington
    Shirley Klinghoffer - CRT Revisited May 23 - October 11, 2015 Shirley Klinghoffer: CRT Revisited is an exhibition, opening at Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington, on May 23, 2015, that features the work of artist Shirley Klinghoffer. For many decades, Klinghoffer has explored life situations, particularly women's issues, through her work. The artwork in her CRT series was inspired by hospital forms used to support women's bodies during radiation therapy. With sensitivity and discipline, she has transformed these hospital forms into molds over which she has melted "skins" of glass that freeze a moment of extreme vulnerability. This was accomplished through a special glass technique called "slumping", a process where the pull of gravity impacts the formation of these bodily connected sculptures.

June - 2015

  • June 5-September 6 - Riihimäki, Finland
    5.6.–6.9.2015 Blanc de Blancs – Valkoisesta valkoista – Helmi Remes Suomen lasimuseo / The Finnish Glass Museum Tehtaankatu 23 11910 Riihimäki, Finland puh./tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 e-mail: glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • June 6-March 17, 2016 - Corning, New York
    Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. Rakow Research Library, "America's Favorite Dish: Celebrating A Century of Pyrex." Exhibition will run from June 6, 2015 to March 17, 2016.

  • June 19 - September 15 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    “Out of the Archives and Into the Gallery”
    Pittsburgh exhibition mines ancient glass for inspiration and inquiry.
    New movements in art can be understood as conversations with contemporaries, as peers engage in aesthetic dialogues that can reshape the art world. A new project at the Pittsburgh Glass Center facilitates a related but contrasting conversation between contemporary glass artists and their long-departed precursors — the anonymous makers of ancient glass who created extraordinary glass objects two millennia ago, which are in the permanent collection of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. An innovative partnership between two Pittsburgh organizations, the project resulted in an exhibition opening Friday, June 19th, entitled “Out of the Archives and Into the Gallery.
    The exhibition underscores just how much “modern” artwork is in reality indelibly linked to the past, while also emphasizing how much we often lose sight of this link. For the project, 16 artists each chose one artifact or more from the extensive collection of glass works at the Carnegie. After close observation and careful background research, the artists tried to make exact copies of their selected artifacts using the same processes that the original artists used, engaging in an artistic conversation with the past that is deeply rooted in the past.
    Artists invited to participate in the exhibition include Lisa Demegall, Melissa Fitzgerald, Jason Forck, Jarrod Futscher, Chris Hofmann, Theo Keller, Adam Kenney, Dana Laskowski, Zach Layhew, Mike Mangiafico, Lyla Nelson, Gillian Preston, Travis Rohrbaugh, John Sharvin, Becky Smith, and Margaret Spacapan.
    June 19th-September 15th, 2015.
    Opening Reception: Friday, June 19th 6PM - 9PM.
    Hodge Gallery, Pittsburgh Glass Center 5472 Penn Ave
    Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Telephone: 412 365 2145 - Email: glassinfo@pittsburghglasscenter.org - Website: www.pitsburghglasscenter.org

July - 2015

  • July 1-October 25 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    The Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Special Exhibit: Cutting Edge: A New Perspective on Glass

  • July 1-November 1 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    The Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Contemporary Gallery: Ed Branson, Glass and Nature

August - 2015

  • August 29 - Nisswa, Minnesota
    North Western Insulator Club Summer Swap Meet. 1126 Edbert Dr.Misswa, MN

  • August 29 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY August 29, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Summer Catalogued Variety Auction MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • August 30 - Sunderland, England
    North Lands Creative Glass: A Selection Of Works From The North Lands Collection. National Glass Centre. University Of Sunderland. Sunderland, England

  • August 31-September 2 - Chattanooga, Tennessee
    FOHBC 2015 National Antique Bottle Show at the Chattanooga Convention Center, Sunday August 2, with dealer set-up and early buyers on Saturday. The Chattanooga Marriott Downtown will be the host hotel and is connected to the convention center. The banquet/bottle competition, seminars, auction, and membership meetings will be held at the Marriott. Jack Hewitt and John Joiner are serving as show co-chairpersons. Contracts and Information FOHBC National Show

September - 2015

  • September 1-October 4 - Göteberg, Sweden
    Since the Middle Ages, the island of Murano in Venice has been a centre for glassmaking, and its glass is famous around the world. In the early 20th century there was a dramatic artistic renewal in Venetian glass and this was celebrated in Sweden, including a major exhibition at Röhsska Museum in 1943. Today’s exhibition shows colourful modernistic glass from Venini and other glassworks in Murano from about 1940 to 1960, exclusively on loan from a German private collection.
    The exhibition will be on display September 1 – October 4, 2015.
    ADDRESSVASAGATAN 37-39, GÖTEBORG, SVERIGE PHONE+46 31 368 3150

  • September 5-6 - Belleville, Illinois
    Saint Louis Antiques Festival, Belle Clair Fairgrounds, Belleville, IL

  • September 7-11 - Fribourg and Romont, Switzerland
    20th Congress of the International Association for the History of Glass Date: 07 - 11 September 2015 Location: Fribourg and Romont, Switzerland
    The 20th Congress of the International Association for the History of Glass will take place in Fribourg and in Romont, Switzerland, from Monday 7th September to Friday 11th September 2015. It will be organised by the Vitrocentre and Vitromusée Romont in cooperation with the University of Fribourg. Three parallel sessions of lectures are planned, along with poster presentations. The programme leaves time for sightseeing, and participants will also have the opportunity of visiting exhibitions specially organised for the congress, in museums in Fribourg and in Romont. Email: info@aihv2015.ch Web: www.aihv2015.ch
  • September 10-13 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!"
    Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd. Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • September 9 - Weston, West Virginia
    4th Annual American Mid-Century Modern Glass Symposium, Museum of American Glass - Weston, 230 Main Avenue, PO Box 574, Weston, West Virginia 26452. RSVP by September 5, 2015. www.glassmuseum12@gmail.com

  • September 10 - Corning, New York
    EHIND THE GLASS: PILCHUCK: A DANCE WITH FIRE Auditorium
    | September 10, 2015 6:00pm to 7:00pm Behind the Glass: Pilchuck: A Dance with Fire In the summer of 1971 something revolutionary was happening at a remote tree farm north of Seattle, in Washington State. Little did the world realize that what seemed like a primitive hippie project to build furnaces for a glassmaking workshop would become a key driver of an artistic movement.
    Watch the 45-year history of the Pilchuck Glass School unfold from its humble beginnings to an internationally renowned center for teaching and learning glassmaking. Narrated by Jeff Bridges, the film features many well-known artists such as Dale Chihuly, Benjamin Moore, Toots Zynsky, Lino Tagliapietra, Ginny Ruffner, and Dante Marioni, as well as Tina Oldknow, the Museum’s Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass. This 68-minute documentary film will be screened in its entirety during this special Behind the Glass event. Director John Forsen will introduce the film and be on hand after for questions and answers, when he will be joined by Pilchuck’s executive director, Jim Baker.

  • September 10-13 - Norfolk, Virginia
    Chrysler Museum of Art. 2015 Visiting Artists, Toots Zynsky. 745 Duke Street, Norfolk, VA 757.664.6200 chrysler.org

  • September 11-13 - Merritt, British Columbia, Canada
    Annual Insulator Swap at the Insulator Ranch, 3045 Spanish Creek Place, Merritt, BC

  • September 11-13 San Antonio, Texas
    Washburn's San Antonio Antique Market Austin Highway Events Center 1948 Austin Highway San Antonio, TX 78218 210-599-0635

  • September 11-October 3 - Santa Fe, New Mexico
    Giles Bettison, Solo Exhibition of New Works, Tansey Contemporary, 652 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501.

  • September 11-November 1 - Riihimäki, Finland
    11.9.–1.11.2015 Lasinen sarjakuva – Comic Art in Glass – Ella Varvio & Sini Majuri Suomen lasimuseo / The Finnish Glass Museum Tehtaankatu 23 11910 Riihimäki, Finland puh./tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 e-mail: glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • September 11-12 - Brimfield, Massachusetts
    Brimfield Antique Show, Brimfield, MA. Rt. 385 and Rt. 20, Brimfield, MA

  • September 12 - East Hampton, Connecticut
    Yankee Pole Cat Insulator Club's "On Golden Pond" Swap Meet and Cookout, 68 Long Crosing Road, East Hampton CN.

  • September 12 - Richfield, Ohio
    Fifth Annual Oktoberfest Insulator Show. Richfield Masonic Hall, 3750 Grant Street, Richfield, Ohio. wric@clubs.insulators.info

  • September 12 - Houston, Texas
    24th Annual Houston Insulator and Collectibles Show. Pasadena Room, , Houston Marriott South, Habby Airport, 9100 Gulf Freeway, Houston,TX 77017.

  • September 12-13 - Millville, New Jersey
    Marble Weekend at Wheaton. This is a Contemporary Marble show. Wheaton Village, Millville NJ 08332. Contact Paul Katherman (no phone numbers in flyer).

  • September 12-13 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sandwich Glass Museum 27th Annual Cape Cod Glass Show 129 Main St. Sandwich, MA (508) 888-4941 www.sandwichglassmuseum.org

  • September 13 - Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
    National American Glass Club - Lowell Innes ChapterNext Meeting Information:
    • Meeting: Sunday, September 13th
    • Program: Club Picnic & Auction
    • Location: Autenreith’s
    • Gathering Time: 1:00pm - Picnic starts around 2:00pm - Auction starts around 3:00pm

  • September 16 - Brooklyn, New York
    URBAN GLASS
    The Birth of Glass Blowing: The Vitreous Age Begins (a collaboration with Brooklyn Brainery) Susie Silbert, Anders Rydstedt
    Since its development 4500 years ago, glass has become one of the most ubiquitous and useful materials on the planet. From glass sheathed sky-scrapers, to cell phone and computer screens, to the pints we drink our beers out of, glass is an everyday part of modern life the world over. But this was not always so. For the first 2500 years of its existence, glass was only produced in a small geographic area in the Middle East and Mediterranean. An elite material accessible only to the wealthiest members of society, glass objects—from jewelry to cosmetic jars and other small vessels—were small, luxurious, and relatively rare.
    All that changed with the innovation of glassblowing around the year 0. With this faster, more fluid process, glass vessels became available to all strata of society from the wealthiest patricians to the lowliest slaves and quickly spread throughout the expanse of the Roman Empire. Before the first century CE was out, glass production had spread all the way from Rome to Britain and was used in many of the same ways we use glass today. From commemorative cups at sporting events to boutique branded foodstuffs and windows, the Roman innovation of glassblowing set in motion much of the material landscape of the present day.
    In this combination lecture and demonstration with Brooklyn Brainery, we explore the pivotal moments around the invention of glassblowing. We’ll examine what came before its innovation, investigate leading theories about how the technique was developed, and demonstrate multiple types of blown vessels from the most simple to more complex.
    September 16th, 7:00 – 9:00 PM, $15.00, URBAN GLASS, 647 Fulton Street Brooklyn, NY 11217 info@urbanglass.org (718) 625-3685

  • September 17-19 - Kansas City, Missouri
    Fenton Finders Of Greater Kansas City 15th Annual Mid America Fenton Gala Embassy Suites 7640 NW Tiffany Springs Parkway Kansas City, MO www.fentonfinderskc.net

  • September 17–19 - Corning, New York | September 17 - 19, 2015 Carder Steuben Symposium Every year the Carder Steuben Club holds a Symposium on Steuben glass, particularly made during the era of Frederick Carder. Programming for the Symposium consists of lectures and presentations by experts on glass, including museum and library scholars, glass artists and designers, scientists and collectors. This year’s speakers include: Debbie Tarsitano, Max Erlacher, Eric Hilton, Dr. Harrie J. Stevens, Jane Spillman, Regan Brumagen, Rebecca Hopman, Beth Hylen, Warren Bunn, Gerry Getman, John Littleton, Kate Vogel, Dr. Greg Merkel, Brent Wedding, Ed Bush, Mike Moline, Ruth deLorraine, Jim Sutterfield, and Becky Marinelli. Activities include lectures, a glass show, an auction, and more. Fee applies. Registration is required. For more information or to register, please visit cardersteubenclub.org.

  • September 20 - Westford, Massachusetts
    Merrimack Valley Antique Bottle Club 39th Annual Show & Sale Westford Regency Inn & Conference Center 219 Littleton Road Westford, MA 978-256-9561

  • September 20-21 - Rochester, New York
    The only Depression Glass show in the Upstate New York area will be in Rochester for mid-September. The 38th event is among the few remaining shows and sales that primarily features glassware of the Depression Era. Other national shows have closed in recent years because of the availability of Internet shopping. The show and sale, sponsored by The Depression Glass Club of Greater Rochester, will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 20, and from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 21. This event will be at the Rochester Museum & Science Center’s Eisenhart Auditorium, 657 East Avenue (corner of Goodman Street), Rochester, New York, 14607. Parking is free, and refreshments will be available. Admission to the show is $5.00

  • September 22-October 3 - Round Top, Texas
    Glass Show at the Old Depot In the Pavilion & Dance Hall 550 N Washington Street Round Top, Texas 361-865-9326 or 336-785-5224 pfau1@earthlink.net

  • September 23 - May 15 - Tacoma, Washington
    Museum of Glass - Every Soil Bears Not Everything work by Joey Kirkpatrick and Flora C. Mace. Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington. museumofglass.org

  • September 25 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Art on Fire - Celebration and Auction, Pittsburgh's only contemporary glass auction, featuring over 100 works of art, supports Pittsburgh's growing glass community featuring Artist Toots Zynsky. Bid Live by Proxy. Pittsburgh Glass Center, www.pittsburghglasscenter.org or 412.365.2145

  • September 26 - Moriarty, New Mexico
    28th Annual Insulator, Bottle, Barbwire and Collectibles Show, Moriarty Civic Center, 292 Broadway Avenue, Moriarty, NM

  • September 25 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Pittsburgh Glass Center, Art on Fire Celebration and Auction. Honorary Artist Toots Zynsky. Pittsburgh Glass Center, Pittsburgh, PA. 412.365.2145

  • September 25-26 - Edison, New Jersey
    Garden State Depression Glass Show & Sale Lakeside School 10 Oak Drive Edison, NJ 609-240-3765

  • September 25-October 3 - Burton, Texas
    23rd Annual La Bahia Antique Show and Sale. 8AM - 6 PM. La Bahia Hall, Burton, Texas. labahiaantiques.com

  • September 25-October 4 - Round Top, Texas
    Washburn's San Antonio Antique Market Round Top, TX 210-599-0635 Kent Washburn Antiques

  • September 26 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY September 26, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET 21st Annual Fall Catalogued Auction of EAPG & Other 19th Century Glass In addition to other consignments, this auction features the collection of Kent and Mary Stevens of Winchester, VA and rarities from the Dr. Larry McCallister collection of Anderson, IN. This sale will be held in conjunction with a special regional meeting of the Early American Pattern Glass Society (EAPGS). SPECIAL EVENT: Thursday & Friday, September 24 & 25: Regional EAPGS Meeting MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • September 26 - Moriarty(Albuquerque), New Mexico
    Enchantment Insulator Club/New Mexico Historical Bottle Society 28th Annual Insulator, Bottle, Barbwire and Collectibles Show and Sale. Moriarty Civic Center, 202 South Broadway, Moriarty,NM (35m E of Albuquerque just south of I-40). Show setup and dealer trading Friday afternoon & evening, September 25. Saturday September 26 show hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Info: MIKE GAY (505) 899-8755. E-mail: cdn102@centurylink.net or TOM KATONAK, 1024 Camino de Lucia, Corrales, NM 87048 (505) 898-5592. E-mail: tkatonak@comcast.net

  • September 28-30 - Baltimore, Matyland
    American Glass Expo, EAST COAST REGION, Baltimore, Maryland. (exhibit style only) Date: September 28 - 30, 2015 http://www.ageshowusa.com

  • September 26-27 - Edison, New Jersey
    The Garden State Depression Glass Club's 39th Semi-Annual Depression Glass Show and Sale. Lakeview School, 10 Oak Drive, Edison, NJ. Sat. 11AM-5PM, Sun. 11AM-4PM. 609.240.3765

  • September 27 - Depew, New York
    17th Greater Buffalo Bottle Collectors Association Annual Show and Sale at the Polish Falcons Hall, 445 Columbia Avenue, Depew, New York 14043, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Set-up: Sunday, September 27th 7:00 am to 9:00 am, Cost of admission: $2, children under 12 free, Greater Buffalo Bottle Collectors Association, gbbca.org, Contact: Joe Guerra, Secretary, 29 Nina Terrace, West Seneca, New York 14224, Phone: 716.674.5750, jguerra3@roadrunner.com FOHBC Member Club

October - 2015

  • October 2-3 - Independence, Missouri
    Heart of America Depression Glass Show & Sale Sermon Center 201 N. Dodgion Independence, MO www.HOAGC.org

  • October 3 - Canyonville, Oregon
    Jefferson State Antique Bottle and Insulator & Collectibles Show and Sale. Seven Feathers Casino and Resort, Canyonville, OR

  • October 3 - River Falls, Wisconsin
    Northwestern Insulator Club Fall Swap Meet. Moose Lodge, 620 Clark Steet, River Falls, WI.

  • October 3-4 - Loveland, Colorado
    Front Range Glass Show and Sale First National Bank Bldg - South Hall 5280 Arena Circle (Exit 259 off I-25) Loveland, CO 319-939-3837 http://www.frontrangeglassshow.com

  • October 4 - Chelsea, Michigan
    Huron Valley Bottle Insulator and Insulator Club's Annual Bottle and Insulator Show. Chelsea Comfort Inn Conference Center, Exit 159 North off I-94, Chelsea, MI

  • October 7 - Brooklyn, New York
    URBAN Glass - BourbonGlass October 7th, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
    Join us for an evening of unique whiskeys and beautifully designed glass! Starting at 7 PM, guests will enjoy a special tasting in UrbanGlass’ spectacular glassblowing studios. Each guest will receive a beautiful bourbon glass—handmade by artists working at UrbanGlass for the occasion—to sample the Distillery’s line of whiskeys and learn about the history of the process and its unique aromas with Master Blender, Nicole Austin. The party will continue until 9 PM, with the opportunity to watch artists blow glass and see how these unique glasses are made.
    Each ticket includes a beautiful glass handmade in the UrbanGlass studios to sample the handcrafted bourbon and whiskeys created by Kings County Distillery, New York City's Oldest Distillery. Join us for a unique experience in the glassblowing studio, learning about whiskeys, watching artists at work, and supporting UrbanGlass! Tickets $150.00
    For any questions about tickets, please contact Rachel Feinberg at 718-625-3685 x204 or via email rachel@urbanglass.org.

  • October 8-11 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!" Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd. Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • October 8-February 14 - Neenah, Wisconsin
    Museum of Glass - Transcending Time - A Survey of Works in Glass ny Italian Maestro Lino Tagliapietra. Museum of Glass, 165 North Park Avenue, Neenah, WI 920.751.4658

  • October 9-12 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Early American Pattern Glass Society Central States Gathering October 9 – 12, 2015 Headquarters: Hotel Minneapolis, 215 4th St South, Minneapolis, MN Highlights: Minneapolis Museum of American Pattern Glass, Mill City Museum, American Swedish Institute, Guthrie Theatre, Museum of Russian Art, Minneapolis Sculpture Gardens, Mall of America, Guest speakers: Penny Peterson and Stephen Skeim, Registration form and final details at: EAPGS.org
    Contact: Gloria Dobbs/Courtney Sloan - sloglodisc@yahoo.com 913-681-5989 or 913-681-1452 Limited table space available for selling glass

  • October 9-13 - Fox River Valley, Wisconsin
    October 9 @ 4:30 PM - October 12 @ 1:00 PM Beauty and Balance – Precision and Perfection — Art in Motion Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass and Motion Products, Inc are pleased to announce the second annual Art in Motion. Diverse passions for infamous sports cars and contemporary glass are united in an event that fuses our human desire for beauty and balance with a demand for precision and perfection. What results is a truly unique and inspiring experience to benefit education programs at the museum. This unique experience will be held in Wisconsin’s Fox River Valley, October 9-11, 2015. You may choose to attend one or all of the events.
    • Friday Evening Dinner October, 9th Register before Sept 15 to receive optimal pricing. Keynote Speakers: Lino Tagliapietra, master glass artist and Wayne Obry of Motion Products Inc. Music and entertainment by Daddy D Productions Join us for a great evening.
    • Saturday, October 10th, Drive Through Door County Register before Sept 15 now to receive optimal pricing. Saturday features a traditional fall drive around the scenic Door County Peninsula hosted Motion Products, Inc. You will enjoy stops at a Door County winery, a glass gallery and lunch at Rowley’s Bay–OR– on Saturday, you may also choose to come to to museum for gallery walks with the artist through the exhibition “Transcending Time: A Survey of Works in Glass by Italian Maestro Lino Tagliapietra”.
    • Sunday, October 11th at the Museum Museum walk through the exhibition “Transcending Time: A Survey of Works in Glass by Italian Maestro Lino Tagliapietra” and catalog signing with the artist. You may choose to attend one or all of the events.
    • Lino Tagliapietra will be the honored guest of Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass at the Art In Motion VIP dinner on Friday evening. Mr. Tagliapietra is an Italian-born, world-renowned glass artist and master glass maker. “Both creator and executor of his works, his creativity is upheld by production skills that come from a life of experience; and it is through that wealth that he continually explores the possibilities of a perfect execution.” – excerpt from the aritist’s website. His work will be on view at the museum during this time in an exhibition entitled, “Transcending Time: A Survey of Works in Glass by Italian Maestro Lino Tagliapietra”. We are excited to have Wayne Obry of Motion Products, Inc. join us as a featured speaker on Friday evening. Mr. Obry, born and raised in Northeast Wisconsin, has become world renowned for his impeccable work on restoring vintage vehicles. He was the first to obtain a perfect 100 point Ferrari at the exclusive Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance and since then can be found at the top car events world-wide. While MPI is known around the world for their work, Wayne will be first to tell you that it isn’t about the wins on the grass, it’s about the history of the cars and the challenge of the work. Register before September 15 to receive optimal pricing.

  • October 10-11 - Cromwell, Connecticut
    Northeast Marble Meet. Marble Show and Marble Auction. Crowne Plaza Cromwell CT, 860-635-2000. Contact Bob Block 203-209-7076.

  • October 10-11 - Washington, Pennsylvania
    Southwestern PA Glass, Pottery and China Show and Sale. Washington County Fairgrounds, Washington, PA

  • October 10 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - Saturday, October 10, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Fall Catalogued Auction of 19th & 20th Century Ceramics Featuring a large and important private collection of R. S. Prussia, Aesthetic-period wares, Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco, Mid-Century and Studio Pottery, plus more, this auction will be held in conjuction with our two-day ceramics seminar. SPECIAL EVENT: Sunday & Monday, October 11 & 12 Ceramics Seminar ("Looking Backward, Looking Forward: Ceramics Production at the Turn of the 20th Century") Our second annual two-day ceramics seminar will focus on the period of 1880-1910 and feature speakers on topics that elucidate design trends at turn-of-the-century pottery and porcelain works in the United States, the United Kingdom, Continental Europe and Asia. MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • October 15-18 - Norfolk, Virginia
    Chrysler Museum of Art. 2015 Visiting Artists, Tom Moore. 745 Duke Street, Norfolk, VA 757.664.6200 chrysler.org

  • October 16-17 - Corning, New York
    Corning Museum of Glass - 54th Annual Seminar on Glass - celebrating a Century of Pyrex. Corning Museum of Glass, 1 Museum Way, Corning, New York

  • October 17 - Lancaster, California
    Fourth AV Three Amigos High Desert Insulator, Thong and Bar-B-Q. 43020 42nd Street, West Lancaster, CA

  • October 17 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY October 17, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Catalogued Auction of Kerosene & Related Lighting MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • October 17-18 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    39th Annual Depression Era GLASS SHOW! Proudly Presented by: The Depression Era Glass Society of Wisconsin WiseGuys Banquet Center 3200 S. 103rd Street - Milwaukee Admission $6.00 - Good for both days!

  • October 17-18 - Wichita, Kansas
    Wichita Glass Gazers 29th Annual Depression Era Glass Show & Sale Cessna Activity Center 2744 S. George Washington Blvd Wichita, KS 316-524-1553 aglassgazer@netscape.net

  • October 17-18 - Jacksonville, Florida
    42nd Annual Antique Glass & Depression Glass Show & Sale Sponsored by Collectors of Depresson Glass, Inc. Fraternal Order of Police Building 5530 Beach Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 904-268-5550 http://www.depressionglassclubjax.com kwpewp@aol.com

  • October 18 - Findlay, Ohio
    2014 Findlay Bottle Show The Sterling Center 4570 Fostoria Avenue Findlay, OH finbotclub.blogspot.com

  • October 22-23 - Winterthur, Delaware
    Tiffany Glass Exhibit - Winterthur Museum - plus Brandywine Museum, a Smithsonian Tour, $299.00. Trip #1560. Dep. $50.00, Balance by Sept. 10th. Contact Smithsonian Associates. Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC

  • October 22-24 - Brooklyn, New York
    URBAN GLASS. Registration Now Open for the 2015 Robert Minkoff Academic Symposium at UrbanGlass.
    University faculty, program heads, and other educators and administrators will meet to discuss new technologies and their implications for glass pedagogy on October 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. The schedule of lectures, demos, and networking opportunities will include presentations by Tina Aufiero (keynote), Dan Clayman, Kim Harty, Peter Houk with members of the MIT Media Lab, Helen Lee, Colin Rennie, Judith Schaechter, David Schnuckel, Pamina Traylor, and others. For more information: www.urbanglass.org/symposium.
    UrbanGlass | www.urbanglass.org | 647 Fulton Street Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • October 23-24 - Weston, West Virginia
    25th Annual WVMAG Glass Gathering October 23-24, 2015 West Virginia Museum of American Glass Weston, WV http://www.magwa.com

  • October 23-24 - Allendale, New Jersey
    North Jersey Depression Glass Club Show & Sale Guardian Angel Church 320 Franklin Tpke Allendale, NJ 973-267-7511

  • October 23-24 - Winchester, Virginia
    Valley Glasshoppers Fall Harvest Time Glass Show & Sale 1309 Opequon St Winchester, VA 22601 540-622-4921 or 540-686-0291 jjcoverston@gmail.com

  • October 23-25 - Lafayette, Indiana
    44th Fall Antique Show, Lafayette Jeff High School, Lafayette, Indiana. 22nd Street and Teal Road, Lafayette, IN 47905.

  • October 27 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Pittsburgh Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd.
    Club Meeting program:
    Speaker, Mary Mills Digging I-95: New Discoveries in Early American Glass
    Today as you drive along the Delaware River in the Kensington section of Philadelphia you will see no evidence of the glass furnaces that stood along its banks from the 1770s to the 1920s. However, archaeology for the I-95 Improvement Project, conducted by AECOM on behalf of Penn DOT and the Federal Highway Administration, is yielding an extraordinary amount of 19th-century glass, revealing how this ubiquitous material shaped the identity of the neighborhood. Among the excavation sites are part of the Dyottville Glass Works and workers’ housing across from the Union Cut and Plain Flint Glass Works. Ms. Mills will discuss some of the exciting discoveries, including bottles and whimsies, free blown and mold blown hollowware, lacy pressed and pressed pattern glass, cut tableware, and lighting. (Please see www.diggingi95.com for additional information about the project.)
    Mary Mills is the Historic Glass Specialist for AECOM and previously held the position of Education Programs Manager at the Corning Museum of Glass. She lectures extensively and teaches for various graduate programs, including Sotheby’s Institute of Art and the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture. She is also on the board of the Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass, Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, and the National American Glass Club.
    Anne P. Madarasz Vice President Museum Exhibits and Collections/Co-Director WPSM Senator John Heinz History Center in association with the Smithsonian Institution 1212 Smallman Street | Pittsburgh, PA 15222 412-454-6352 www.heinzhistorycenter.org

  • October 30 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    National Liberty Museum - 2015 GLASS Auction Gala on Friday, October 30. Heroes of Liberty Award will be presented to The Lindy Family and Lindy Communities. Over 150 works from established and emerging atists. Remote bidding Available. Register at the Museum or call Teresa Santore, 215.925.2800x112.

  • October 30-November 1 - Southfield, Michigan
    Southfield Pavilion Antiques Exposition, Southfield Municipal Complex, 26000 Evergreen Road, Southfield, MI 48076

  • October 31-November 1 - Bloomington, Illinois
    Central Illinois Antique Dealers Association, 96th Antique Show & Sale, Mini-Expo - Interstate Center, 2301 West Market Street, Bloomington, IL www.centralilantiquedealers.org

November - 2015

  • November 1 - Lusanne, Switzerland
    Living Glass II: Recent Acquisitions by the Glass Art Collection 2012-2014. Exhibition of contemporary glass art acquisitions in the museum’s Mudac Glass Collection. Musee de Design et D’Arts Appliques Contemporains. Lausanne, Switzerland

  • November 1 - Elkton, Maryland
    Tri-State Bottle Collectors 41st Annual Antique Bottle & Collectibles Show & Sale Singerly Fire Hall 1-95 Exit 109A Elkton MD https://sites.google.com/site/winroc/annualbottleshow

  • November 4-8 - Chicago, Illinois
    Exhibition. Karen LaMonte NOCTURNES | CHICAGO. Austin Art Projects. Chez 247 East Chicago St., Chicago, IL 69611.

  • November 6-8 - Springfield, Ohio
    Insulators - 45th Annual (insulator) Mid-Ohio Show and Sale. Clark County Fairgrounds. Feature "Lynchburg Glass."

  • November 5-8 - Chicago, Illinois
    Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design - SOFA. Navy Pier. sofaexpo.com

  • November 6-8 - Chicago, Illinois
    SOFA - Chicago - Sculpture Objects Functional Art + Design Fair, Navy Pier, Opening Night Preview Thursday, November 5, 2015. sofaexpo.com

  • November 6-December 31 - Riihimäki, Finland
    6.11.–31.12.2015 Lasii… Glass… Kimmo Reinikka Suomen lasimuseo / The Finnish Glass Museum Tehtaankatu 23 11910 Riihimäki, Finland puh./tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 e-mail: glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

    November 7-8 - Dearborn, Michigan
    The Michigan Depression Glass Society presents their 43 Annual All-depression Glass Show and Sale. Saturday November 7, 10AM-5PM, November 8, 10AM-4PM. $5.00 donation to the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center, 15801 Michigan Avenue (at Greenfield Road), Dearborn, Michigan

  • November 8 - Rostraver Twp, Pennsylvania
    The Pittsburgh Antique Bottle Club Annual Show and Sale November 8, 2015 Ice Garden Rostraver Twp, PA

  • November 8-9 - Tiffin, Ohio
    ARTISTRY IN AMERICAN GLASS SHOW IN TIFFIN, November 8, 2015 - November 9, 2015, Calvert Elementary School Activity Center, Tiffin, Ohio

  • November 12-15 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!"
    Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • November 14 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY November 14, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Catalogued Auction of Americana & Fine Antiques Featuring Virginia and the South Including our usual fine selection of rare Virginia and other Southern material, 18th and 19th century American formal and country furniture, fine and decorative arts, important Shenandoah Valley folk art, country accessories, textiles, &c. MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • November 14-15 - Tiffin, Ohio
    Northwest Ohio Glass Association 3rd Annual Artistry in American Glass Show & Sale Calvert Middle School 54 Melmore Street Tiffin, OH 336-785-5224 or 419-618-5036 http://www.nwoga.org/ pfau1@earthlink.net;tmaiberger54@yahoo.com

  • November 14-15 - Red Hook, New York
    Hudson Valley Depression Glass Club Show & Sale Red Hook Fire House Firehouse Lane Red Hook, NY 845-473-3898

  • November 14-December 30 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    The Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Sixth Annual Glassblower's Christmas

  • November 14-January 31 - Montgomery, Alabama
    Once Again - Still Lifes bt Beth Lipman. Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. One Museum Drive, Montgomery, Alabama. www.mmfa.org

  • November 20-21 - Carlisle, Pennsylvania,
    Sixty Sixth Annual Fall Eastern National Antiques Show and Sale. Carlisle Expo Center, 100 K Street, Carlisle, PA 610.437.5534

  • November 20-24 - New York, New York
    New York Art, Antique and Jewelry Show. November 20-24, 2015 Over 80 Exhibitors Park Avenue Armory, New York City

  • November 22 - Albertson, New York
    Big Apple Depression Glass Show & Sale Albertson V.F.W. Hall 155 Searingtown Road Albertson NY

December - 2015

  • Decembr 3-7 - Palm Beach, Florida
    Palm Beach Fine Art, Antiques & Jewelry Show, at the Palm Beach County Convention Center, conveniently located in central Palm Beach County, Florida, only three miles from Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA)

  • December 5 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY December 5, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Special Holiday Auction Details Pending MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • December 5 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Holly Days Open House Celebration - Refeshments and Fun

  • December 6 - Enfield, Connecticut
    Yankee Pole Cat Insulator Club's 3rd Annual "Beat The Snow" Insulator, Bottle and Table Top Collectibles Show and Sale. American Legion Hall, 566 Enfield St. (US Rt. 5), Enfield, CT.

  • December 6 - 20 - Riihimäki, Finland
    Näyttely | Ausstellung | Exhibition 12.6.–31.12.2015 Ajatonta kauneutta – Tapio Wirkkalan posliinia ja lasia Rosenthalille Zeitlose Schönheit – Porzellan und Glas von Tapio Wirkkala für Rosenthal Timeless Beauty – Porcelain and Glass Designed by Tapio Wirkkala for Rosenthal
    The products of the Rosenthal company became symbols of good design in the 1950s, The objects designed by Tapio Wirkkala for Rosenthal are among the company’s most exciting porcelain, metal and glass products. Wirkkala’s almost three decades of collaboration with Rosenthal had a significant impact on European and international design.
    SUOMEN LASIMUSEO Finnisches Glas museum THE FINNISH GLASS MUSEUM Tehtaankatu 23, 11910 Riihimäki puh. / tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 Avoinna ti–su / Open Tue–Sun 10–18 www.suomenlasimuseo.fi www.finnishglassmuseum.fi

  • December 31 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. First Nightiin Sandwich

January - 2016

  • January 23-24 - Sanford, Florida
    Sanlando Depression Glass Show & Sale Sanford Civic Center 401 E.Seminole Blvd. Sanford, Florida 32771 803-684-5685 or 850-673-9607 http://sanlandodepressionglassshow.com/ contact@sanlandoshow.com

  • January 30-31 - Hillsboro, Oregon
    Portland's "Rain of Glass" 34th Annual Glass, Antiques & Collectibles Show and Sale Washington County Fairgrounds 873 NE 34th @ Cornell Hillsboro, OR www.rainofglass.com

February - 2016

  • February 2-6 - Tucson, Arizona
    Tucson Glass Art & Bead Festiva, Tucson, Arizona, USA
    Quality Inn & Suites Airport North 5251 S. Julian Dr. Tucson, Arizona, USA 520-294-5255 February 2-6, 2016 Hours: Opening day 11-8, daily 10-6, final day 10-5 Admission: Free and open to the public. Wholesale and retail. Copy of tax ID, EIN or business license required with wholesale purchase. Show Promoter: Doug Haurron Phone: (505) 884-0318 Email: office@tucsonglassartshow.com

  • February 6-7 - Pompano Beach, Florida
    South Florida Depression Glass Club American Glass, Pottery Dinnerware Show & Sale Emma Lou Olson Civic Center 1801 NE 6th Street Pompano Beach, FL www.sfdgc.com

  • February 10-16 - West Palm Beach, Florida
    Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antiques Show. Dates & Times: February 10-16, 2016 Palm Beach County Convention Center 650 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    General Admission Show Dates
    • Thursday, February 1111am - 7pm
    • Friday, February 12 11am - 7pm
    • Saturday, February 13 11am - 7pm
    • Sunday, February 14 11am - 7pm
    • Monday, February 15 11am - 7pm
    • Tuesday, February 16 11am - 6pm

  • February 13-14 - Sacramento, California
    International Depression Glass Club China, Glass & Pottery Show & Sale Scottish Rite Temple 6151 H Street Sacramento, CA www.idgc.org

  • February 19-23 - Naples, Florida
    Naples Art, Antiques and Jewelry Show. Naples Exhibition Center, 850 Goodlette-Frank Road, Naples, FL 31402
    Show Hours:
    • Friday Feb 6 10 am – 6 pm
    • Saturday Feb 7 10 am – 6 pm
    • Sunday Feb 8 11 am – 5 pm
    • Monday Feb 9 11 am – 5 pm

  • February 20-21 - Rosenberg, Texas
    The Houston Glass Show & Sale
    THE GLASS EVENT OF THE YEAR Dealers from across the nation offering a large selection of the Rarest and Best Glass, Pottery, and China from the Depression Era through the 1970’s PLUS THE BEST LITTLE ANTIQUE SHOW IN TEXAS FEBRUARY 20 & 21, 2016 Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Sunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm FT. BEND COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS – Rosenberg, Texas Hwy. 59 South from Houston, 30 minutes to Hwy. 36 – Turn Left Admission: $6.00 good both days PREVIEW & SALE FEBRUARY 19, 6:00pm – 9:00pm

March - 2016

  • March 11-13 Sanantonio, Texas
    Washburn's San Antonio Antique Market Austin Highway Events Center 1948 Austin Highway San Antonio, TX 78218 210-599-0635

  • March 12-13, Northlake, Illinois
    20-30-40 Glass Society of Illinois 44th Glass Sale and Show The Concord Plaza Midwest Conference Center 401 West Lake St. Northlake, IL 60164 630-851-4504 http://20-30-40glasssociety.org/ JSantiques@aol.com

  • March 12-13 - Kenner, Louisiana
    Crescent City Depression Glass Society Vintage Glass & Collectibles Show & Sale Pontchartrain Center Williams Blvd, at the Lake Kenner, LA www.crescentcityglass.org

April - 2016

  • April 16-17 - Madison Heights, Michigan
    Great Lakes Depression Glass Show 876 Horace Brown Drive Madison Heights, MI 269-471-2349 or 248-651-1600 http://depressionglassclub.com michellesugg@sbcglobal.net

  • April 23-24, Lanham, Maryland
    DelMarVa Depression Glass Club. 2016 DelMarVa Glass Club Show & Sale. 9880 Good Luck Rd Lanham, MD 20706?

May - 2016

  • May 4 - Albertson, New York
    Big Apple Depression Glass Club Show & Sale Albertson V.F.W. Hall 155 Searingtown Road Albertson, NY cupboard@optonline.net

  • May 12-14 - Portland, Oregon
    Portland's "Rain of Glass" 20th Annual Glass, Collectors Convention and Auction Grotto Conference Center 8840 NE Skidmore Street Portland, OR www.rainofglass.com

June - 2016

  • 17-19 June, Walnut, Iowa
    34th Annual Walnut AMVET's Antique Show Walnut, Iowa

  • June 24-25 - Washington, Pennsylvania
    Insulator Collectors of America. Washington Fairgrounds, Washington, PA

July - 2016

  • July 8-10 - Lohr am Main, Germany
    International Insulator Collectors Meeting, Lohr am Main, Germany. danielevormwald@web.de

  • July 8-11 - Chicago, Illinois
    American Glass Guild 2016 Conference July 8-11, 2016 Logan Center for the Arts University of Chicago Chicago, Illinois Proposal deadline: October 10, 2016 http://agg2016.blogspot.com/…/conference-call-for-proposals

  • July 28-31 - Muncie, Indiana
    National Insulator Association's 47th Annual Convention and Show, Horizon Convention Center, 601 South High Street, Muncie, IN. com574@clcillinois.edu

August - 2016

  • August 4-7 - Sacramento, California
    FOHBC 2016 National Antique Bottle Convention at the McClellan Conference Center, Host Hotel: Lions Gate Hotel. Room Reservations Information: Richard Siri, Show Chairman, rtsiri@sbcglobal.net or Ferdinand Meyer V, FOHBC President, 713.222.7979 x 115 or e-mail: fmeyer@fohbc.org More info at FOHBC.org FOHBC National Convention

September - 2016

October - 2016

November - 2016

  • November 14-April - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    The Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Special Exhibit: Marble Mania - From Agates to Zebras

December - 2016

Maize Vase Barber Collection, Fenton Glass Co.

(L) Vase, Maize Pattern,
W. L. Libbey & Son, ca. 1889,
private collection

(R) Vase, United States, Barber Collection,
Fenton Glass Company, Williamstown, WV, 1975 (Baker Coll.)


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