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Upcoming Events

We’re ready for Chimneyville Crafts 2017 Preview Party on Thursday, November 30, 6pm-9pm. Followed by Chimneyville Crafts 2017 on Friday, December 1, 9am-6pm and December 2, 9am-5pm at the Mississippi Trade Mart.

Stop by during Midtown Holiday Studio Tours. PRGS Small Works Group Exhibition is on view/sale. This show consists of small artwork made by the Pearl River Glass Studio artists and their friends.READ MORE

St. Paul Lutheran Church in Imperial, Missouri

How Pearl River Glass found its way to Missouri is just one example of how many of our projects happen. Eric Held, Elmer Held’s son, is a member of Christ Lutheran Church in Jackson, Mississippi. Elmer is a long time member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Imperial, Missouri. While visiting with his son and family, he admired the windows created by PRGS for Christ Lutheran Church here in Jackson. For some time St. Paul’s has wanted a stained glass window in the chancel behind the altar. After receiving an inquiry from St. Paul’s I traveled to Missouri to see St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and to meet with Reverend Charlie Schultz, their minister and to determine the scope of work for this project.READ MORE

Design Camp 2017

The S.T.E.A.M. kids of The Boys & Girls Club expressed an earnest interest in learning about and responding to a creative environment.  In addition to creating their own glass art a number of the young men and women were inspired to write down thoughts and symbols and sketch out ideas in their note books.  To see our process through the eyes of the young people afforded an additional effect in that their enthusiasm rekindled the creative fire of our own artisans.

-Andy YoungREAD MORE