School-Seal-288-pixelsThe SGAA Stained Glass School is currently in the process of developing a physical school at its Raytown, Missouri, facility that will offer ongoing classroom and studio instruction for the formation of qualified craftspersons. This school is conveniently located in mid-America in Raytown, Missouri, just outside of Kansas City.

Featuring easy access from three Interstate Highways; multiple airports; ample, affordable lodging and dining; an abundance of local attractions; and much more, Kansas City has served as the home of the Stained Glass Association of America for more than a quarter century.

The SGAA Stained Glass School offers classes and seminars at the Stained Glass Association of America’s Annual Summer Conference and on site at its Raytown, Missouri, facility. To find information about current class offerings click the “Our Next Class” Tab.

Members and Supporters of the Stained Glass Association of America

We are preparing for our auction to be held at the conference in Evanston, Illinois this summer. This auction is much more than simply participants walking away with amazing items. It is about raising funds to encourage learners of our craft. It’s about offering scholarships that have, through the years, been applied for and received, by budding artists, perhaps even yourself.

Our annual silent and live auction at the summer conference is a major source of funding for scholarship assistance.

We’re asking for your help! We are asking for donations from your treasure troves of stained glass connections; books, stained glass window panels, quality designs, and all things relating to glass art that will raise money through our collective efforts.

Your generosity is so greatly appreciated. Many of you have donated in the past and have come to know how important your gifting is, not only to our organization, but to those who walk away with precious items. Each of us is an ambassador whose influence is felt coast to coast through our stained glass craft and industry.

To read the full letter written by Sister Ann Therese Kelly click here. The accompanying donation form can be found here.


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