SiNaCa Studios announces Glassroots Rival campaign

SiNaCa Studios School of Glass and Gallery is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the art of glass making through education, community engagement, and artist support. It is the only public access studio for making glass art in North Texas.

Located in Fort Worth’s Near Southside district, SiNaCa Studios offers a variety of classes, workshops, and events for glass enthusiasts of all levels, in glass blowing, kiln forming and flame working.

The organization recently announced a year-long public engagement campaign to increase exposure and engagement with the public access studio. The campaign begins heating-up with a series of 8 weekly activities.

SiNaCa Studios has been making glass arts accessible for the general public since 2011,” said Clifton Crofford, Executive Director and Glass Blowing Instructor for SiNaCa Studios. “Now we’re building on that legacy with a campaign that showcases the incredibly talented glass artisans in North Texas and beyond, while also generating the charitable funds needed to sculpt a bright future for this organization.”

The first engagement opportunity will be offered May 2-5 during the annual Mayfest event in Fort Worth, where attendees can assemble and keep a terrarium featuring a blown glass container created by SiNaCa Studios artisans for a donation of $45.

Events continue weekly through June 22, when SiNaCa Studios hosts its annual Ice Cream Social fundraiser from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Following the Ice Cream Social in June, monthly programming from July through May 2025 will include educational opportunities, family-friendly activities, Girls Night Out and Date Night experiences. Individuals will have a variety of ways to explore their creativity and learn about glass artistry. The campaign culminates with a major event in late spring 2025 that will be announced this May.

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