The September/October 2023 issue of Glass Art® magazine is the perfect place for glass art lovers to discover what’s happening in the world of hot, warm, and cold glass. Readers will discover how Cheryl Derricotte created Freedom’s Threshold, the only public glass art monument commemorating the laudable life and character of Harriet Tubman. An in-depth look at the International Denizli Glass Biennale shows how Omur and Fatih Duruerk of Karma Design Studio endeavor to educate the public to the artistic potential of glass. Milon Townsend reminds artists of the value of good collaborative artistic relationships, and The Corning Museum of Glass shares the intertwined legacies of Carder, Steuben, and Corning. The Contemporary Glass Society takes us on a tour of their contemporary glass blooms on display in Britain’s Sussex Prairies garden, and Vicki Schneider encourages artists Geoffrey Bowton, Nikki O’Neill, David Walters, and Tanya Lyons to share the advice they have received from other artists that has made a difference in their own glasswork. The International Society of Glass Beadmakers announces the upcoming return to an in-person meeting of their annual conference, The Gathering, and the American Glass Guild shares the events during their recent conference in Richmond, Virginia. The Glass Craft & Bead Expo also names the winners of its annual Gallery of Excellence. Wrapping up this fabulous issue is Glass Art®’s annual Directory of Company Listings, Products, and Services that helps glass art enthusiasts everywhere find the glass, supplies, and tools they need to create their glass artwork. Subscribe today at www.GlassArtMagazine.com.