Stunning glassworks to be featured at 46th Glass Invitational in Royal Oak

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WORK BY JAVIER GOMEZ.
  • Work by Javier Gomez.

Are you ready to kick some serious glass?! Wait — we didn’t mean literally. The 46th Glass Invitational Award Exhibition returns to Royal Oak as the largest glass exhibit in the world, featuring a dazzling display of over 100 works of art by renowned artists from all over the world. In addition to the general admission festivities opening night, VIP members are invited to partake in the world famous MasterWorks Auction and the opening of a brand new space dedicated to glass at the Flint Institute of Arts, as well as demonstrations and lectures.



The 46th Invitational Glass Invitational Award Exhibition opening begins at 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 28, exhibit remains on display until Friday, June 22; 4400 Fernlee Ave., Royal Oak; 248-554-0590; habatat.com; Admission is free.

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