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The 2020 SGAA Conference will be held June 13-17.

Whether you're an established studio or just learning stained glass; if you're an architect or building caretaker; if you're making public art or small panels for for private homes, our conference has something for you. This year, hear from public artists Karl Unnasch and Philadelphia's own Justin Tyner. Enjoy a panel on archiving your work with the best in the business from the Rakow Research Library at the Corning Museum of Glass. Learn about mosaic installations from Ted Ellison and about the work of C.Z. Lawrence from his good friend Rick Prigg. Be inspired as Canadian glass artist David Wilde shares his own story.

This year's conference includes breakout sessions, demonstrations, and field sessions along with a Philadelphia reception and live auction on Monday and the annual awards banquet on Tuesday, held at the historic Germantown Cricket Club with a pre-dinner reception at our host, Beyer Studios.

For a full listing of our summer classes, held June 13-14, visit our conference page.

Our conference hotel is the Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District Hotel at 400 Arch Street. To make reservations, click here.

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Be part of a vibrant and supportive community of stained glass artists and enthusiasts. Affiliate membership is open to everyone! Members receive the award-winning quarterly magazine, Stained Glass, receive discounts to the annual conference, and have access to members-only areas on the website. Your membership dollars support the future of stained glass through scholarships, preservation, restoration, and advocacy programs.

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