CERAMIC AND GLASS RESOURCES
We want our site to function as a useful "resource tool" for all our members and other interested parties. To this end, we are providing a convenient list of hot links to other sites of interest to our membership. As these sites are dynamic on the web, please email us if you notice that a site listing no longer provides a direct link. Also, if you have a favourite site which you feel would be of interest and benefit to our clay and glass members, please email us the web site address, so that we can add that new URL to our menus and share the information.
FUSION is here to serve its membership. Part of our commitment is to feature our members' works to the local and international community. If you are a member and have a web site, please let us know your site address, and we'll be happy to provide your web link here on our listing. Just email us the info!
Member Guilds and Organizations
Mississauga Potters' Guild
Alberta Craft Council
Canada Council for the Arts
Canadian Crafts Federation
The Distillery Historic District (Toronto)
Glass Art Association of Canada
Ontario Arts Council
Ontario Museum Association
Make and Do
Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design
Potters' Guild of B.C.
Art Gallery of Ontario
Burlington Art Centre
The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery (Waterloo, ON)
The Carlen Gallery
George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Arts
Living Arts Centre
Royal Ontario Museum
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Dragon Clay Productions (Brenda Sullivan)
The Pottery (Paul Stewart)
Practically Potty (Susan McDonald)
Corning Museum of Glass
Corning Museum of Glass has a large collection of online resources to explore glass at the museum virtually and they will be hosting a weekly 'Watch with the Artist" live!
Field Trip: Art Across Canada
A new online platform to deliver arts experiences with some of Canada’s most celebrated artists in a national partnership with leading arts organizations. From children’s programs to artist talks and workshops, these activities are designed to advance the work of our nation’s organization through digital platforms for different age groups, o a range of subjects, that engage communities and support artists, particularly during the challenges presented during a pandemic.
Victoria and Albert Museum
The V&A is the world’s leading museum of art and design, housing a permanent collection of over 2.3 million objects that span over 5,000 years of human creativity. More information
Royal Ontario Museum
The ROM has a vast research collection online, including historic ceramics and glass: More Information
Educational (Ceramics, Glass)
Ceramics Monthly Magazine (U.S.A.)
International & Miscellaneous
Corning Museum of Glass (U.S.A.)
Glass Art Society (U.S.A.)
Society of Glass Technology (U.K.)