Community Art

Potekglass offers residencies, teamwork of art classes, and group classes for all ages and abilities.

Artist in Residence

Potekglass offers a wide range of education and Artist in Residence opportunities including field trips, site visits, and multi-month collaborations.

With 15+ years of experience developing educational residencies, we have a love of teaching that gets everyone involved excited for the problem solving needed to pull off these public art projects. 

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Teamwork of Art

Create a teambuilding event where you actually build something as a team.

Fun and challenging, Potekglass has the experience to guide your group through the creative process and production of a work of art worthy of your efforts.



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Learn more about Potekglass and art in the world.

Stories feature past newsletter, artisits in the glass community, commissioned work, public art pieces, artist residencies, and art in the shop. 

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Bring Art to Your Community


Potekglass Loves Bringing Art to the Minneapolis Community

School programs and institutional residencies are a special area of focus for Potekglass.  


Our instructors have many years of experience working with teachers, administrators and other stakeholders in developing syllabi to integrate into class curriculum and organizational missions.  


We work with teachers and students to develop hands-on programs that allow the participants to design, build, and understand what a public art piece is and in its execution. In creating their one-of-a-kind piece of art, students may use mathematics, social studies, current events, color theory, and their communication and problem-solving skills. The project will reinforce working together in groups, participating in a collaborative effort and positive interpersonal skills.


The best part? They will have fun doing it!


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Community Art Case Studies