The AGG is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging and promoting the creation, conservation, and history of stained, leaded and decorative glass.
Our Mission is to encourage spirited debate, initiate fact-based research, and work to build an environment within our field that both cultivates novices and facilitates experienced artists and craftspeople to attain a higher level of expertise. We look to create partnerships with existing non-profit organizations that cherish these same ideals and encourage such organizations to contact us.
Welcome to the AGG's new website!
In addition to our new look, we are trying to make it easier for our members and the public to connect with events and happenings within our organization. We encourage you to explore by clicking on each of the tabs at ...
The American Glass Guild be bringing our 11th annual conference to the Midwest this year, as we make plans to hold our proceedings in the windy city of Chicago, Illinois on July 8-11, 2016! The University of Chicago, in the city's historic Hyde Park neighb...
Membership term is January 1st through December 31th of each calendar year
Annual Membership Fees:
Full-time Student $24
For new members ONLY:
When joining mid-year, the dues will be prorated.
Between January and March: $4...
Thank you for your consideration!
Your support will be for one year and you will be sent a yearly reminder.
For more information on how to join, please contact:
Visionary: $1,000 - $1,500
Deadline: Midnight, Monday, February 1st, 2016
The American Glass Guild will hold its fifth juried exhibit at The Logan Center for the Arts, Chicago, Illinois in June. The exhibit will then travel to Washington National Cathedral, Washington, DC. Final dates and duration of each exhibit will be announced.
We invite all American Glass Guild Members to submit a digital image of either a Design Concept in the form of a drawing/sketch/watercolor (in other words, the panel does NOT have to be fini...
Rick Prigg has been working in stained glass for thirty years. He was trained at Beyer Stained Glass in Philadelphia and spent fifteen years learning the trade while helping build a still flourishing studio. Af...
Tom began working with stained glass in 1971, starting as a hobbyist at the age of 11. He has been a stained glass professional since 1980. In his work with a variety of stained glass studios, Tom has designed,...