Artist Spotlight - Gilroy

SGAA Members: Submit Recent Work for our Member Spotlight

We celebrate the work of stained glass artists across the country and around the world!

Any SGAA member may submit their work for consideration. Not all entries will be accepted for publication but all entries will be kept as part of our digital archives.

Submissions of your recent work should include:

  • 2–3 high resolution, quality photos 
  • Artist's name
  • Title
  • Size of installation
  • in situ information
  • Date of completion
  • Description (no longer than 150 words) regarding special use of materials, a unique challenge, interesting subject matter, or any other notable information.

Images should be at least 1.5 MB at 8" by 10" as either a JPEG, TIFF, or PDF. Entries are judged based on photo quality.

Submit Your Work for Consideration 

Need to join or renew your SGAA membership? Click here.

Summer Reading Creative Writing

Summer Reading - Creative Writing Entries for Summer SGQ

We're thrilled to share a new opportunity with our Stained Glass Quarterly (SGQ) audience. For our upcoming Summer edition, we'll be introducing a creative writing insert in the SGQ.

This is an excellent chance to share inspiration beyond the studio and actively engage with the glass community. We invite submissions of short stories, journal entries, cartoons, or poems related to stained glass or mosaic—time to let your creativity shine!

- Entries could be up to 5,000 words. Photos are not required, but are limited to 1-3 black & white images or sketches.
- All submissions must be your own original work and will be juried by our editorial committee.
- Submissions are open to all. Deadline to submit is May 1st, 2024
- Please send your submissions to

Winter 2022 Crack Up


Columns, Tool Tips & 'Crack-Ups'

Stained glass and mosaics are everywhere! As practitioners who get to crawl around both contemporary and historic installations and get up close and personal with the nuts and bolts of how it happens, we enjoy a unique vantage point.

As we launch our 118th year of continuous publication, we are excited to introduce several new columns where you can share tool tips, safety advice, or ‘curious’ finds.

Have a question? Submit to our generous community of glass scientists and materials engineers.

When we share our finds and what's on our minds, the whole community benefits!


Submit your curious find to "CRACK-UP" 

Submit a "Tool Tip"  

Submit a Note to "Health & Safety"  

Wondering How it Works? Ask a Scientist!  


SGQ Fall 2020

Submit an Article

Stained Glass Quarterly is a professional-level publication for the architectural stained glass industry.

Manuscripts directly related to the historical, architectural, technical, business, artistic or craft aspects of the stained and decorative architectural glass craft are given first consideration. This includes articles about glass painting and staining, mosaics, dalle de verre, lamination, kilnforming, and potentialities of glass as a material. Manuscripts of peripheral or general interest may be considered.

To be considered for publication, check our Writing Guidelines.

Not all submissions will be accepted for publication. Select submissions may also be posted on our website. We ask that all submissions be fact-checked and proofed by the submitting author. All submissions are also peer-reviewed.

Submissions are considered based not only on the content of the submitted text but also juried heavily on the quality of the submitted photography. We strongly encourage all those considering submissions to consider professional photography of their work both in-progress and in-situ.

Submissions should be sent via email or WeTransfer. You will receive a confirmation email but please note the review process takes two to three months.

Glass panels

Submit a Classified Ad

Place a classified ad to run in Stained Glass Quarterly and online.

Classified ads are $1.45 per word. For more details, visit our Classified Ads page.

Please note that we do not accept classified ads for selling art pieces—this section of our magazines is more appropriate for resources, supplies, and tools.

Artists at work

Submit News & Opportunities

Have some industry news or educational opportunities to share?

We always want to hear from you! Submit to our News & Opportunities section by emailing Victoria: Be sure to include your contact information. 

We print announcements of educational opportunities including classes, presentations, workshops, internships and scholarships. Submissions should be no longer than 250 words and may be edited for space and content.