March 15 - April 14, 2002
Annual Exhibition & Egg Hunt at the Triton Museum of Art
Once again, the Bay Area Glass Institute (BAGI) adorns the Triton Museum with its glass art. Mixed media sculpture, showcasing the unique talents of each individual artist, will be on view from March 15 through April 14, 2002. A variety of art pieces ranging from a dancing Pillsbury doughboy balancing ice cream and a cake on his head to a corn on the cob encased in a metallic husk allow the audience to take a look at a different side of BAGI artists.
In conjunction with the exhibition is the Eggstravaganza Family Day Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 23 from 10:0am to 2:00pm. Glass eggs, flowers, bunny rabbits and other springtime glass art will be available for purchase on that day only. Kids from 2-12 years of age can also participate in the egg hunt. Stomp on the museum grounds and look for candy-filled eggs. Who knows, you may be the lucky one to find a glass egg inside!
This 6th annual event helps promote BAGI’s mission to educate the public about glass art and the community of glass artists in the San Francisco Bay Area and to help up-and-coming artists pursue careers in glass. The Triton Museum of Art strives to serve as a resource for the community through collaboration with local arts and service as a resource for the community through collaboration with local arts and service organizations in order to develop its role as an integral part of the Santa Clara and Bay Area communities.
Reception: Thursday March 14, 6-8pm
Location: Triton Museum,1505 Warburton Avenue, Santa Clara
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