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October Artist Guild: Campin’ In at Camp Copeland

October Artist Guild: Campin’ In at Camp Copeland


October 17, 2023    
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Join us for another Artist Guild series with Campin’ In at Camp Copeland! This event will be held at Sweetwater Center for the Arts. This event is free and open to the public.

When: Tuesday, October 17th, 7-8 p.m.
Where: 200 Broad Street, Sewickley, PA 15143

Can’t make it in person? Sweetwater will live stream this talk to both our YouTube channel and Facebook page.

About Camp Copeland Studio:

Camp Copeland Studio creates contemporary craft in kiln glass and fiber art to help you live well with fewer, but better objects. Founded in 2015, Camp Copeland Studio handcrafts art, home goods, and decor in kiln formed glass, contemporary fiber art, and a series of block prints.  It is believed that better living starts at home, and quality home goods and decor can aid in creating a space that both nurtures and invigorates us. Drawing inspiration from color theory, Danish Pastel, Scandinavian design, and the Swedish concept of ‘lagom’, (meaning just enough), all the products are created in small batches.

Trays, bowls, and plates serve not only as art objects and focal pieces suitable for any room in your house, but also as the perfect place to collect items you need readily available.  Example, a bowl on your entryway table to hold your keys and sunglasses, a tray on your nightstand for jewelry collection or your phone, and a platter on your dining table for fruit. Consider clearing the clutter that can bog us down and living with objects that artistically enhance the everyday.

Learn more about Camp Copeland Studio by visiting

Camp Copeland Studio’s Instagram

About Drew:
Drew has been a glass artist since 2012, specializing in kiln formed glass. He has worked for Bullseye Glass Company in Portland, Oregon, Wissmach Glass Company, where he is currently the kiln forming consultant, as well as The Pittsburgh Glass Center, where Drew is currently an instructor.

About Alyssa:

Alyssa has a long history of working in fiber art specializing in wet nuno-felting and sustainable making practices. She received her MFA in Applied Craft & Design from the Oregon College of Art and Craft and Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon in 2014.