O‘ahu’s community for glass making and education

Today is Your Time to Shine and Keep the Fires Burning!

We need your help to raise a minimum of $50,000 by the end of this month in order to secure our lease and continue to operate in our current location thru the end of the 2016! Unless we reach this goal, we will be lose our studio space until further notice on March 31. We are currently the ONLY public access studio in Hawaii offering glass studio rentals and full classes from beginner to the experienced glass worker.

This past year, because of your support, our dreams with glass became tangible!

Glass Arts Hawaii allows glass and the arts to enhance our community here in Hawaii and others from around the world. Within our mission we provide public access glass studios, an education facility, and a showroom space for people to experience the glass arts from creation to admiration. Our association developed a variety of education programs for all ages from workshops to semester long classes, including visiting artist classes, internship and scholarship programs, and other ways to assist artists. We have even developed programs to include glass processes otherwise unavailable to the general public on Oahu or Hawaii.

The evolution of Glass Arts Hawaii and its direct influences spreading the arts in our community is succeeding, and will continue to do so only with your financial support!

Your time to support the arts is now! 

Please Donate towards our Fundraiser Today to Keep the Dream Alive!


View Our Fundraiser Video Here.

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Spearfishing Omilu Ulua

January 29th, 2016|0 Comments

Join Edward Clark with his interactive glass and multimedia installation in the Surface Gallery, at Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House!

Learn More at Spearfishing Omilu Ulua!

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aloha i am looking for 2 glass tiles that are 3/4 inch thick 1/2 inch would work 9 an 1/2 by 9 an 1/2 square for a outside gate it can be a little rough dont want to pay more than 20 each any one have some thing like this ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Glass Arts Association of HawaiiSorry this isn't something we can help you with. There are artists that make fused glass tiles for interiors but they are much more expensive due to the fabrication costs in Hawaii. Try Hawaii Rebuild or Home Depot for glass tile in that price range. Thanks for the inquiry.

2 months ago

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Glass Arts Association of Hawaii shared their photo.

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Glass Arts Association of Hawaii shared Corning Museum of Glass's Gathering Glass from the Furnace.

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Watch what happens inside the furnace when glassmakers take a gather.

9 months ago