September 17-18, 2022, 10am to 4pm both days.
Registration and Payment due by August 13th
In 2021 our Open Studio attendance increased over 2019. A number of studios offer demonstrations or even free (or low cost) small projects that the public can make. This type of exposure increases your customer’s understanding of and appreciation for the work that goes into creating a piece of glass art.
The event takes place in these greater Portland area counties*:
Clark Co. WA
Multnomah Co. OR
Clackamas Co. OR
Washington Co. OR
Columbia Co. OR
*If you are outside of this area and wish to host, please contact the tour coordinators below.
If you want to find a studio willing to share space, fill out as much as you can of the artist registration form in step 2 below and we’ll ask hosts with extra spaces to contact you. We encourage you to form clumps of artists: visitors often skip studios/areas with only 1 or 2 artists.
1) Login to be sure your membership is current.
You must be a current member to show your glass work in this event.
You can see your renewal date in For Members> My Account> subscriptions tab.
If your membership has already expired on this website you will be prompted to renew. If you can’t log-in, it is probably not current
If you are not yet a member or if your PNWGG membership expired and you have not yet registered on the PNWGlassGuild.org website, push “join” from the top menu. The $45 annual membership fee gets you many other benefits too.
We recommend paying by credit card so you don’t need to wait a couple of weeks while we process your check.
*Members, log in to view this info.*
2) Hosts only: Register your address on the Site Registration form first (log-in before clicking the link)
Check that your computer doesn’t autofill the wrong information
3) All artists fill out the registration form (log-in before you open the link https://www.pnwglassguild.org/open-studios-registration/):
Guest artists please check with your host that they have registered their site before filling out the Artist Registration form so that you can link your registration to the site you will be at.
Artists without a host yet: fill out as much of the Artist Registration form as you can. We will pass on your information to studios looking for artists and hopefully one of them will contact you. Once you have a host, please contact the tour coordinator to connect you to your host’s site in the database.
We’re using the free version of Airtable.com database to manage the applications. After you submit your form there will be an ad for Airtable that we can’t remove unless the Guild pays a subscription fee. Just close it.*Members, log in to view this info.*
Clicking “+” at the beginning of the form shows the hosts already registered.
Picking the name of your host connects your registration to that site. If you don’t have a host, we’ll connect you later.
*Members, log in to view this info.*
4) Pay your $60 per artist fee ($75.00 after August 6th). Please Pay by Credit or Debit Card; contact the tour coordinator via the form below If you need to make other arrangements. (log-in before you click the link):
5) Put some images of your work in the Members’ Gallery if you have not already done so. This is where visitors will go to see your work unless you have a website and you provide that information. Instructions:
This isn’t actually required but we strongly encourage this extra publicity.
We’re going to print off some flyers with the map, but we’ll also send participants an electronic version so they can print a few for themselves if needed. These flyers will be used for customers to gather signatures (initials) from each studio they visit. If they visit 6 studios, their flyer is included in a drawing for $50 to be used toward a purchase from any of the artists participating in the tour.
If you have any questions, or have some time to volunteer, please use this form to contact the tour coordinators using the form below.