May you live in interesting times.

Friends, these times are nothing if not interesting, as well as anxiety-provoking, uncertain and, well, downright scary.

Sonoran Glass School has been closed to the public for three weeks now, and will remain that way until at least the end of April. We turned off the hot shop furnace last week, something we typically only do during our summer closure, and we’ve significantly reduced the schedules of each and every one of our staff.

Read the rest of Lynn's letter by clicking here .
Focus On... David Pashkow
David Pashkow, President of the Sonoran Glass School Board of Directors, says he was always doing something creative when he lived in the Chicago area. Before moving to Arizona, he spent 60 years split between the northern suburb of Highland Park and downtown Chicago. He always lived within walking distance of Lake Michigan before moving to the desert Southwest.

Read more about David by clicking here .
Thanks to everyone that bought glass at our recent sale!
It was great to see everyone - even if at a distance. We hope you are keeping busy at home turning your isolation into inspiration.

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Blown Away Watch Party
Glass Roots Inc. , in Newark, NJ, is hosting a weekly Watch Party of the Netflix show, Blown Away. The Watch Party starts at 4:30pm (AZ time) on Mondays. They post the link to the show on their Facebook page 15-30 minutes before the show starts. You can find info on how to join the Watch Party and the weekly link on our site. (Click here.)
Arizona Gives Day
Arizona Gives Day helps raise awareness about Arizona nonprofits and the critical role they play in our communities and state. This year it includes a Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund. Donors can help Arizona nonprofits who have had to cancel critical fundraising events and revenue-generating programming amid COVID-19 health concerns by supporting the Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund and clicking here .

You can also support Sonoran Glass School Directly by clicking here or on our site by clicking here .

Thank you for your ongoing support of Sonoran Glass School!
Sonoran Glass School, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization, exists because of donations, public grants and private support. Our glass community is dedicated to fostering glass as an exciting
and thriving visual arts medium in Tucson. Proceeds from our classes, membership dues, gallery sales, and events support the education and advancement of glass art and glass artists in Southern Arizona.