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Preferred magazines for kilnformed glass artists?

Postby poppym » Wed Oct 01, 2003 5:23 pm

What magazines are read by kilnformed glass artists?

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Postby Dolores » Wed Oct 01, 2003 7:54 pm

I can't think of a real witty punchline for a set up like that! However, as a glass jewelry artist, I suscribe to a wide range of publications. Crafts Report of course is an absolute must for any serious selling artist. I also receive Bead and Button to keep up on all the upcoming bead shows. finally, I drool over my cherished Ornament magazine and dream of the possiblilites. 8-[

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Postby Catharine Newell » Thu Oct 02, 2003 10:50 am

American Craft, Glass, Glass Art...

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Postby Paul Bush » Thu Oct 02, 2003 6:57 pm

Glass Craftsman has an black and white insert called "Batch", in every other issue. Since this is a bi-monthly mag, that doesn't add up to too much ink, but it's the best there is right now, IMHO. Would love to see them expand Batch to every issue, and add color - maybe if enough of us asked for it, and agreed to subscribe if they complied?

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Postby charlie » Thu Oct 02, 2003 7:08 pm

Paul Bush wrote:Glass Craftsman has an black and white insert called "Batch", in every other issue. Since this is a bi-monthly mag, that doesn't add up to too much ink, but it's the best there is right now, IMHO. Would love to see them expand Batch to every issue, and add color - maybe if enough of us asked for it, and agreed to subscribe if they complied?

Paul


i think in the in-between issues they do the same insert for mosaics.

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Postby Brock » Thu Oct 02, 2003 7:27 pm

There's a magazine published in Holland, or Belgium, monthly, or bi-monthly, called "This Is It". I think.

How's that for a definitive answer.

Anyway, it has good writers and articles about all kinds of glass. Brock
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Postby Marty » Thu Oct 02, 2003 9:26 pm

Crafts Report, Glass, Glass Art, The New Yorker, Craft, Fine Homebuilding,
Sports Illustrated (once a year, for the essays), Moto Guzzi News (or whatever it's called), Scientific American (every now and then), Fitness (for the recipes lol), Ornament (whenever it's given away at a show), Muse (kid's National Geographic), the regional glossies (for the restaurant reviews), and the Utne Reader every third or fourth year.

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who allows almost anyone, no matter the race, creed, color, country of origin, circumstance of birth, preference of gender, or even species, to buy his work providing they got that do re mi.

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Postby Paul Bush » Fri Oct 03, 2003 2:10 am

Brock wrote:There's a magazine published in Holland, or Belgium, monthly, or bi-monthly, called "This Is It". I think.

How's that for a definitive answer.

Anyway, it has good writers and articles about all kinds of glass. Brock


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Postby Paul Bush » Fri Oct 03, 2003 2:13 am

Marty wrote:Crafts Report, Glass, Glass Art, The New Yorker, Craft, Fine Homebuilding,
Sports Illustrated (once a year, for the essays), Moto Guzzi News (or whatever it's called), Scientific American (every now and then), Fitness (for the recipes lol), Ornament (whenever it's given away at a show), Muse (kid's National Geographic), the regional glossies (for the restaurant reviews), and the Utne Reader every third or fourth year.

Marty





who allows almost anyone, no matter the race, creed, color, country of origin, circumstance of birth, preference of gender, or even species, to buy his work providing they got that do re mi.


You're the second person to mention "Glass" magazine. Haven't heard about this one. Tell more, like how you subscribe and such.
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Postby Marty » Fri Oct 03, 2003 7:02 am

"Glass" is put out by Urbanglass in Brooklyn, NY.

http://www.urbanglass.org

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Postby Brock » Fri Oct 03, 2003 8:45 am

Paul Bush wrote:
Brock wrote:There's a magazine published in Holland, or Belgium, monthly, or bi-monthly, called "This Is It". I think.

How's that for a definitive answer.

Anyway, it has good writers and articles about all kinds of glass. Brock


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De name is "This is It". I think
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Postby Bert Weiss » Fri Oct 03, 2003 9:04 am

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How about a number, a web site?

Postby Cheryl » Fri Oct 03, 2003 2:17 pm

Uh, Brock, I tried to search the web for This is It but most of what I turned up was X-rated (good thing my office has a door!) Can you offer any more info?

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Postby Dani » Fri Oct 03, 2003 3:11 pm

I thought it was Upside Down or Inside Out or something along those lines. Obviously, the title is a problem from a marketing perspective. Sometimes Straightforward works better than Outre, you know what I mean? :roll:

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Postby Glenda Kronke » Fri Oct 03, 2003 4:08 pm

The mag is 'This Side Up International Glass Art Magazine' and if I knew how to post a url I would attach to my message. (this-side-up-magazine.com)

very cool site

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Postby Bev Brandt » Fri Oct 03, 2003 4:12 pm

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Postby Brock » Fri Oct 03, 2003 8:55 pm

Yeah, that's it, not This Is It. Great mag.

And Marty . . .

" who allows almost anyone, no matter the race, creed, color, country of origin, circumstance of birth, preference of gender, or even species, to buy his work providing they got that do re mi"

. . . you must have some standards.

After all, I allowed you to collect one of my pieces.

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Postby Marty » Fri Oct 03, 2003 11:05 pm

That was your's? But it was signed "Cherchy L. Femme"!

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Postby Kathleen » Sat Oct 04, 2003 2:00 am

Brock may have been referring to a magazine about glass published in the Netherlands called "This Side Up!"

The description from their Web site is,
"This Side Up!...
New in vision and layout, internationally orientated with even more information about glass art and glass artists!

This Side Up! writes about glass education, new books, architecture, all glass techniques, storming talent, glass artists, galleries and museums and the connection with the fine arts.

This Side Up! really connects the glass world: the glass schools and art education departments, the students, the artists, the ateliers and studios, the institutions and museums, the galleries, the suppliers and glass factories."

Their Web site is http://www.this-side-up-magazine.com/

Hope this helps!


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