Many Moons: Pilchuck Glass School’s Staff Showcase, Through March 1

Posted on February 22, 2016, 2:35 pm
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Pilchuck Glass School is showcasing the work of the school’s teachers and staff in its current exhibit, Many Moons. The works span a variety of mediums, including glass, ceramics, photography, prints and poetry.

The school offers classes, residencies, and summer programs in its Stanwood location, along with exhibits in its new Pioneer Square space. From Pilchuck’s website:

Pilchuck’s philosophy of education flows from [founder] Dale Chihuly’s original idea of “artists teaching artists.” And after nearly forty years, that concept still holds true. We believe that people everywhere thrive on creativity and can learn to cultivate their artistic talents, at any stage of life and at any point in their development as artists. In keeping with that belief, we aim to provide a learning experience that is unrivaled in its intensity, quality of instruction, and concentration of artistic talent.

Many Moons runs through March 1 at Pilchuck Glass’s Pioneer Square Gallery (240 2nd Ave S). The gallery is open Tuesday-Friday, 10 AM – 4 PM.

Sarah Caples has lived in Seattle since 2004 working as a fashion stylist for private clients. Sarah launched an art and society blog in 2008, along with a monthly salon at The Sorrento Hotel, which ran until June 2012. As executive editor of, Caples hopes to cultivate an informed dialog about regional culture and bring people of diverse backgrounds together in support of nonprofits, artists and community builders.