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Welcome to West Michigan Glass Art Center! Contact Us: 269-552-9802

CLOSED! Today - July 15 (This will not affect classes or special events). Voting Begins July 1 - Keep Your ArtsAlive!

New Summer Hours Start July 13

Wednesday - Friday 11:30 - 5:30 PM

We're changing our public hours to better serve you! Starting July 13 our hours will be Wednesday through Friday from 11:30 AM to 5:30 PM. Now you can tour the studios, shop the Reflections Gallery, and pick up your artwork at more convenient times for you!

New hours will NOT affect Summer Camp, classes, or special events! We will still be available to teach, tour, and create SEVEN days a week!

Voting Begins July 1

Keep Your ArtsAlive! helps organizations in your community

Our annual fundraising competition through the Allegan County Community Foundation kicks off July 1. This fun voting competition allows our community to show how much they support our work in a tangible way.

Your support helps us keep our doors open and our furnaces fired up! Please take the time to vote!

Summer Camp Information and Registration Now Available! 
Summer Glass Camp is a Southwest Michigan summertime tradition at West Michigan Glass Art Center. Located in downtown Kalamazoo, Summer Glass Camp is the highlight of many camper's summer! Campers will learn valuable skills, form strong friendships and discover their amazing creative abilities.  Campers will learn glassblowing, bead making, kiln fusing, lampworking, sand casting and other glass arts. 
For dates and more information Click HERE!

Shop our Reflections Gallery/Gift Shop!

Our Reflections Gallery, located within West Michigan Glass Art Center, has a wide variety of affordable glass art and gifts created by local artisans. Delight someone special with a beautiful piece of handmade art!  You'll be amazed at the stunning array of sparkling jewelry, exquisite vases, blown glass and flameworked sculptures and so much more! We have something for everyone in all price ranges, so stop by today for a friendly smile and gifts that promise to tug on your heart strings.

Wednesday - Friday, 11: 30 to 5:30 PM


Bronson Journey Beads: Help Us Make A Difference In a Child's Life!

Bringing the healing power of art to children who are fighting cancer.  Journey Beads symbolize significant milestones in a child's cancer treatment. 


How Can You Help?

We need experienced and aspiring artists to help us meet the need for beads! For more info, click here!

Purchase Bronson Logo Beads to support our cause!

Beads are available for purchase at the West Michigan Glass Art Center and Plata y Oro located in downtown Kalamazoo at 125 S. Kalamazoo Mall. 


 This film was generously created by Michael Story, Director of Photography at ImageStream.


Thank you to our 2014 Sponsors

Thank you to the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation, Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, The Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Community Foundation and Allegan County Community Foundation. You make everything possible!!

Click here for more info on our valued sponsors and how YOU could sponsor the West Michigan Glass Art Center!

Support the West Michigan Glass Art Center!

Generous donations from the public help us fund community programs as well as fund our summer camp scholarship program. Please consider a gift to the West Michigan Glass Art Center. Donate easily online, CLICK HERE!

Would you like to support in other ways?

We're always looking for supplies and volunteers. Here's a list of what we always need more of:
  • Bubble wrap
  • Bubble bags
  • Tape: Blue, masking, electrical, packing
  • Color Wheels
  • Vacuum Cleaner
  • Emergency Flashlight/Radio
Check our complete wish list HERE. Or if you'd like to give the gift of your time, you can find volunteer info HERE. 

Contact Us!

Located in Downtown Kalamazoo in the Park Trades Center

326 W. Kalamazoo Ave. Suite 100
Kalamazoo, MI  49007


Wednesday - Friday 11:30 AM - 5:30 PM

*Classes and programs are held during the day, weekends, evenings and on your schedule!
Call us today at 269-552-9802.

Wednesday - Friday 11:30 AM - 5:30 PM

The Reflections Gallery is open every Art Hop! First Friday of the Month from 5 to 9 PM! 

West Michigan Glass Art Center!

We are a non-profit art organization located in downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Our mission is to teach, create and promote glass art and artists. We teach glass art classes and programs to adults and youth in glassblowing, kiln casting, cold working, flameworking, stained glass, bead making and kiln fusing.

We offer team building events, parties, Art Hops and educational programs to teachers and groups. Our instructors can also bring glass art to your classrooms or meeting place! Catalog classes, programs and activities can also be scheduled to fit your calendar, interest and budget.  Call us today at 269-552-9802.

326 W. Kalamazoo Ave, Suite 100
Kalamazoo MI 49007

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ART HOPS! 5-9 p.m. FREE!

A Kalamazoo tradition! Explore the Park Trades Center in Downtown Kalamazoo the first Friday of every month to discover a variety of art! Enjoy GLASSBLOWING demonstrations and shop our Reflections Gallery!

July 10th Art Hop
Watch live glassblowing and lampworking demonstration in our studios. Tour the Reflections Gallery for glass artwork from over 20 local artists.


The perfect gift for the artist in your life! Available in any denomination. Redeem for classes, workshops, membership and the Reflections Gallery. Buy Gift Certificates here! via Paypal or a major credit card. Or call us at 269-552-9802.

Our Sponsors

Thanks so much to the
  • Irving S. Gilmore Foundation,
  • Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs,
  • The Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo,
  • National Endowment for the Arts,
  • Kalamazoo Community Foundation
  • Allegan County Community Foundation
  • The Park Trades Center
Click here for more info on our valued sponsors and sponsorship information.

All programs, activities, and services provided by the West Michigan Glass Art Center are provided equally; without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, or disability.