We are excited to announce the addition of a Glassblowing Program at TPCA!
This initiative is a grassroots, nonprofit endeavor that will be the only one of its kind for miles around. Community interest in glassblowing is overwhelming, and the Tyler Park Center for the Arts Glassblowing Program will welcome all skill levels in classes, workshops, and individual studio use.
We have a generous donation of glass equipment; a talented and dedicated “hot shop” technician; a partnership with Bucks County Community College, the Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County, along with other arts organizations; and experienced professional instructors ready to offer their knowledge.
Imagine glassblowing, casting, fusing, slumping, torch work, live demonstrations, group and private lessons, studio rentals and workshops…
It’s all glass at TPCA! Donate to this initiative by clicking here.
A private screening of “Pilchuck, A Dance with Fire” Experience the excitement of building the Tyler Glassblowing Program through the lens of this exceptional documentary depicting the grass roots success of the world’s premier glass school, Pilchuck, located north of Seattle, Washington.
A silent auction, with generous glass & ceramic donations from local artists.
Bring a covered dish, appetizer for a shared meal (ready to serve please)
BYOB and stay to dance the night away with fellow glass lovers!
If you are not ready to donate but want to stay up-to-date with the program developments, please complete the form below.
The man in the image above is Harvey Littleton (1922 – 2013). He was an American glass artist and teacher. His studies and creations are unique, original, and complex works that after quote him as the father of the American Studio Glass Movement). Click here to read more about him and other Featured Artists.