What is a “Play Day”?

When we surveyed our members at a Vendor Fair, people wanted to have get-togethers.

In response, the Guild initiated PLAY DAYS:

  • FREE to our members
  • Informal get-togethers
  • Opportunity to do a project together
  • Collaborate and learn from each other
  • Get to know other glass artists, develop friendships, and learn or refine techniques

We are so lucky to have studios opened to our members in widely spread out locations: East Multnomah County, Washington County, Vancouver and Seattle, Washington.  We welcome any member to open up their studio for a future play date!!! More information about monthly Play Days will be available on our website. The Guild will also encourage Zoom Play Days.

Before the “pandemic” and before a General Meeting, we got together to learn how to do sgraffito.

Check our Calendar for upcoming Play Days and other fun and interesting events.

You can host a Play Day!

  • You pick the topic that you’d like to share.
  • This is not you teaching but rather a cooperative adventure with other Guild members!
  • Select the date and number of people to attend
  • Determine glass materials and tools to have on hand (ask for a materials fee or ask folks to bring their own supplies).
  • Then contact the Play Days Coordinator.
A finished sgraffito piece Enjoying the Water
Margie Rieff