Wheels on Fire

Wheels on Fire

This Deadline Expired: Saturday, December 1, 2018

The National Liberty museum invites people who currently identify as women, people who are non-binary, and people who have a history of being assigned female to submit artwork for an opportunity to participate in the upcoming group exhibit entitled Wheels on Fire, opening on March 8, 2019.

The historically male-dominated tradition of tobacco pipe smoking has given way to a less gender-restrictive culture of marijuana glass pipe smoking. Glass work has also traditionally been a male-dominated field. Wheels on Fire will highlight pieces from the diverse range of work that women in the functional glass art community are creating.

The GlassAccess gallery at the National Liberty Museum seeks to spotlight emerging and established glass pipe-makers in our target groups (noted above) who represent a skillful and boundary-pushing force in art, design, and utilitarianism. We are looking for works that break new ground conceptually and technically. GlassAccess is looking for stereotype-smashing submissions of conceptual, sculptural, high-functioning and collaborative works.

The GlassAccess Gallery at the National Liberty Museum will advertise and promote the artists selected for the exhibition and host a formal opening reception.

Contact: glass@libertymuseum.org
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Leah Reynolds

Leah Reynolds is an installation artist whose work is concerned with the growth and proliferation of forms over time.…

Leah Reynolds is an installation artist whose work is concerned with the growth and proliferation of forms over time.…

Leah Reynolds is an installation artist whose work is concerned with the growth and proliferation of forms over time.…

Terri Fridkin

Terri Fridkin is best known for her dynamic, abstract and mixed media works that embody intense color and graphic forms.…

Terri Fridkin is best known for her dynamic, abstract and mixed media works that embody intense color and graphic forms. She is a National Honor Society graduate of Drexel University School of Design…

Terri Fridkin is best known for her dynamic, abstract and mixed media works that embody intense color and graphic forms. She is a National Honor Society graduate of Drexel University School of Design Arts, and lives and…

Cheryl B. Harper

Cheryl Harper is an artist/independent curator. As a artist, her work concentrates on political and social commentary using…

Cheryl Harper is an artist/independent curator. As a artist, her work concentrates on political and social commentary using a variety of mediums, including ceramic sculpture, installations, and printmaking.…

Cheryl Harper is an artist/independent curator. As a artist, her work concentrates on political and social commentary using a variety of mediums, including ceramic sculpture, installations, and printmaking. As a curator,…

Libbie Soffer
Colleen McCubbin Stepanic

Colorful, tactile works inspired by geology and natural forms; exploring experience.…

Colorful, tactile works inspired by geology and natural forms; exploring experience.…

Colorful, tactile works inspired by geology and natural forms; exploring experience.…

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