March 30, 2023 – January 21, 2024
Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden
We are thrilled to announce that Oscillating Echo Sipher (2002), an iconic example of the decades-long collaboration with the Swedish glassblowing tradition, has a new home at the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, Sweden. The piece joins the museum’s permanent collection and will be on view beginning in late March as part of their Beauty and the Unexpected exhibition. Special thanks to gallerist Helen W. Drutt English for championing this wonderful project and bringing this piece “home” to Sweden.
Narratives in Metal: RISD’s Jewelry + Metalsmithing department honors the legacy of late faculty member Michael Glancy in its ongoing Triennial.
The Racine Art Museum (R|A|M) displays 10 Glancy Glassworks from 1980 to 2005 as part of their Open Storage: RAM Showcases Glass Archives exhibition, up through January 16, 2021.
UPDATE: The Glancy Family is heartbroken to announce Michael’s passing on August 29, 2020 after a hard-fought battle with lung cancer.
Please read his obituary here.
Grand Palais: September 7 – 16, 2018
“When we consider for a moment the alchemy that takes place when the most basic of elements – fire, water, and sand – come together, that is when craftsmanship is elevated to fine art.” – Vittorio Calabrese, director of the New York-based Magazzino Italian Art. Glass Act, Art + Auction Magazine, April 2017
Old Dominion University Receives Historic Gift of $35mil. to Build Barry Art Museum
Frank Talk: The Arts in the Twenty-first Century or Do the Hierarchies Still Exist?
SOFA Chicago – Saturday, November 5, 2016
9:30 to 10:30 am – Navy Pier Exposition Center – Room A
Much has been written declaring that today no borders exist between the arts. Practitioners can utilize whatever media they choose to realize their vision and can call themselves whatever they wish. However, with the art vs. craft debate over (or is it?), is there a new world order? Artist Michael Glancy, Susie Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass, The Corning Museum of Glass, and Rosanne Somerson, President, Rhode Island School of Design, will discuss these questions in a panel moderated by Dr. Arne R. Flaten, Director, School of Art, Ball State University.
Presented by the School of Art and The Marilyn K. Glick Center for Glass, Ball State University in conjunction with the SOFA CHICAGO Special Exhibit Ball State University School of Art: Embracing the Past, Making the Future
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Saint Michael’s Church – 225 West 99th Street
New York, NY, USA
Revue de la Céramique et du Verre – n° 203 – Juillet ~ Août 2015 – France
English Translation HERE
Juliet Art Magazine – Trieste, Italy
Art+Auction Magazine – New York
CARTON VERRE ART DECO – Musée Des Arts Décoratifs – Paris, France
Apollo – The Fine Art Magazine – London – England
POINT DE VUE Magazine – Paris – France
Philip & Nancy Kotler Glass Collection
Glancy Glass at the Philadelphia International Airport