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1801 Dock St

Tacoma, WA


HOURS: wed-sun 10am-5pm.

ADMISSION: adults $17; seniors (62+)/students/military (w/ID) $14; children (6-12) $5; children (under 6) and Members free.

What Are You Looking At? An Eccentric Chorus of Artists Working in Glass. View 18 years of unique experiments pursued during joint artist residencies at Museum of Glass and Pilchuck Glass School.

Counterparts: Glass + Art Elements. Examine the seven elements of art through groupings of glass and non-glass artworks.

René Lalique: Art Deco Gems from the Steven and Roslyn Shulman Collection. Learn about the legacy of René Lalique. His philosophical views on decorative arts along with his willingness to embrace new technologies brought glass art to new audiences and set the stage for the Studio Glass movement we know today.

Watch contemporary glass history in the making daily in the MOG Hot Shop. Visit museumofglass.org for a list of Visiting Artists.


Located in Tacoma, Washington, Museum of Glass is a premier contemporary art museum dedicated to glass and glassmaking in the West Coast’s largest and most active museum glass studio. Opened in 2002, the Museum has established a reputation for hosting impactful and engaging artist residencies, organizing nationally traveling exhibitions, and creating unique programs for visitors while building a growing permanent collection chronicling the development of modern and contemporary glass.

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