b'STEPHEN VESTPilchuck means red river" in the Native American language of the region. The school is named after the tree farm where the campus is situated. The tree farm was named for the nearby river, which has substantial iron deposits that cause the banks to turn red.Top: Pilchuck Glass Schools serene campus at sunset. Left: Hundreds of artists travel from around the world each year to participate in Pilchuck programs. The school places a flag for each new country represented. Below: Pilchuck Glass School offers courses in a variety of glass art making techniques including flameworking (pictured here), neon, printmaking, glassblowing, stained glass, kilnforming, and more. COURTESY OF PILCHUCK GLASS SCHOOLlife and friendships are forged forever. ThePilchuck opens its doors to the philosophy of education at Pilchuck stemspublic once per year during its from Dale Chihulys idea of artists teachingannual Spring Tours. View the artists and is evidenced by the extensivefascinating process of glass program offerings. The list of class offeringsmaking, talk with working artists, include glassblowing, hot casting, kiln casting,tour the studios, and hear about coldworking, neon, fusing, flameworking,the history and future of the glass painting, stained glass, printmakingschool. If you are interested in and more. Classes range from one to threevisiting Pilchuck Glass School, weeks and offer a wide range of learning for artists of all skill levels. New for the 2020docent led tours (appx 60 min) are Season is a special one-week session foravailable May 2024, 2020 (visit families to explore campus together wherewww.pilchuck.org for tickets.)youth camp participants (accompanied by an adult enrolled in a class that session) will have the opportunity to explore materials andInformation gathered from techniques such as printmaking, 3D designingPilchuck Glass School &and printing, clay and glass. Visit www.historylink.org/File/20755www.pilchuck.org/courses for the complete Summer & Fall 2020 Course Catalog.Spring/Summer 2020Discover Stanwood-Camano29'