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Press Release


Teepee Glass celebrates Central

Saint Martins’ glass history.

Central Saint Martins alumni, Teepee Glass,

presents ‘TP3+3 ERA’, a captivating exhibition

of contemporary glass at the Cochrane Theatre

Gallery between 9th April and 21st May 2010.

A major new glass exhibition celebrating Glass Art from Central Saint

Martins on Southampton Row opens at the Cochrane Theatre Gallery on the 9th April.

It will be an exciting showcase of the work of alumni collective, Teepee Glass and their former tutors

exhibiting together under the inspirational title of ERA.

Central Saint Martins has a long and rich history of glass tuition which has produced many highly

successful glass artists. ERA pays tribute to them and their diversity.

ERA follows in the continued success of popular collaborative exhibitions for Teepee. Inviting

contemporary artists and peers to exhibit alongside them, they hope to provide another exciting

insight into contemporary British glass. In this exhibition they are joined by their past tutors; Caroline

Swash, Helen Maurer and Hildegard Pax.

Teepee Glass are: Lucy Alexandra Batt, Andrew Boddington, Maria Fagan, Iain Gutteridge, Brett

Manley, Alex R, Pippa Stacey and Wendy Stone.

More information can be found at

This will be a unique opportunity to see a range of glass techniques used within wall panels, installations,

light boxes and vessels.

Information for Editors:

This is a free exhibition.

Place: Cochrane Theatre Gallery, Southampton Row, London WC1B 4AP

Dates: 9th April – 21st May 2010

Times: Mon – Fri 10am–6pm.

Other opening times, including weekends, correspond with Cochrane Theatre listings.

Please see website or telephone for details. 020 7269 1600

Nearest tube: Holborn.

Private View: To be announced.

The Cochrane Theatre Gallery is upstairs at the Cochrane Theatre. It is one of the only dedicated

glass galleries in London. It is a wonderful bright space to see exciting new exhibitions and watch the

world go by.

For further information and high quality visuals contact Brett Manley:

or Wendy Stone: 07796 761670