Weekend Events Included with admission to the show

Friday, February 28

1:00 p.m. - "Glass as an Art Medium for the 21st Century"
Independent glass curator, historian and appraiser William Warmus, will offer a look at emerging glass artists, and shed light on new movements, such as Glass Secessionism. He will also take a look at a new group of museum curators who are eagerly integrating glass into their fine arts collections and reinterpreting the role of glass in the arts.
3:00 p.m. - Fashion Show
Models will take to the runway to showcase the latest work from more than three-dozen of the wearable artists, designers and jewelry makers who will be with us this year.

Saturday, March 1

11:00 a.m. - "Jewelry: Art, Ornament, Design"
Jay H Song, Chair of the Jewelry School of Design at Savannah College of Art and Design, will discuss the college’s approach to training the next generation of master jewelers at the largest jewelry program in the United States.
1:00 p.m. - Fashion Show
Models will take to the runway to showcase the latest work from more than three-dozen of the wearable artists, designers and jewelry makers who will be with us this year.
3:00 p.m. - "Glass as an Art Medium for the 21st Century"
Independent glass curator, historian and appraiser William Warmus, will offer a look at emerging glass artists, and shed light on new movements, such as Glass Secessionism. He will also take a look at a new group of museum curators who are eagerly integrating glass into their fine arts collections and reinterpreting the role of glass in the arts.

Sunday, March 2

2:00 p.m. - "An Artist's Journey - how exposure to different cultures influences the art of fashion"
Amy Nguyen, of Amy Nguyen Textiles, Boston, Mass. Having recently returned from an extended trip to Japan, Shibori artist Nguyen will share with our audience what she learned from her travels.