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Upcoming in The Works Main Gallery:  Breaking the Mold - The juxtaposition of industrial and art glass. Open to the public Friday, April 24 5 p.m.  

The personal stories of Licking County residents who served in World War I, retold in this earlier 2015 exhibit, "The Great War Comes Home," sparked interest among visitors of all ages.

The Works Art Galleries offer a variety of art opportunities designed to stimulate creative engagement in the arts for learners of all ages, and strengthen the cultural fabric of our community. Gallery exhibits change frequently and admission is free to most gallery exhibitions. Contact the museum's Art Coordinator for purchase inquiries and additional information.


Main Gallery Exhibit: 

Upcoming exhibit: "Breaking the Mold"

The juxtaposition of industrial and art glass.

On display April 24 - July 11, 2015
Artist reception: Friday, April 24, 5 - 7 p.m.   FREE and Open to the Public.

Download the artcard for this exhibit here.

“Breaking the Mold” explores the intimate connections between 20th century industrial glass and the rise of the American art glass movement. This comprehensive exhibit features examples from Licking County’s rich industrial glass heritage, including designs, blueprints, and raw materials from industry giants Everett Bottling, Heisey, Holophane, and Owens Corning. Additionally, the exhibit showcases six contemporary glass artists, whose diverse work each represents a unique style, offering guests a broad sampling of the extraordinary art that is being created in glass today. 
Artists: Tina Betz, Aaron Buchholz, Mark Matthews, Kelsey Murphy, Andrew Newbold, Lawrence Tuber.