Glas is a teaching facility and gallery, an art factory and personal studio—filled with eye candy available for inspiration and purchase. Glas is a glimpse into neon’s past heyday and a peek into its artistic future, preserving iconic works of advertising while creating new outlets for the medium of illuminated glass tubing. Nate wants this space “to fill a niche in the wonderful art landscape others have forged downtown, in and around the warehouse district” and welcomes ideas for collaborative programming with other galleries and workshops with other artists across different media.

HOURS

MONDAY-FRIDAY 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

SATURDAY - BY APPOINTMENT

SUNDAY - BY APPOINTMENT

Closed Holidays

VISITORS

No reservations are needed to visit but as we are a working neon studio we do not guarantee a tour to every visitor.  
 

PARKING

Dock 1053 has a free parking lot. Handicapped parking spaces are along the side of the building.

VIDEOSHOOTS

Visitors are encouraged to take photos and video and share for personal social media use. Please help us get the word out by tagging us @glas.work.

No flash, lighting equipment, tripods, or moving studio equipment is allowed without an appointment.

Please be respectful of the artists and many neon signs in our collection while taking photographs.

The cost is $300 per for the first hour with a $100 non-refundable deposit to reserve a the date, please see more info HERE.

PHOTOSHOOTS

Want a crazy place to take wedding pics? How about a music video? We're happy to schedule a private photoshoot or video shoot where you have exclusive access to the studio.

Private photoshoots are scheduled before or after regular hours or on the weekends. Subject to availability.

The cost is $300 per for the first hour with a $100 non-refundable deposit to reserve a the date, please see more info HERE.


Part of the neon collection of Nate Sheaffer

Part of the neon collection of Nate Sheaffer

Over the top neon sign/art studio !! Great work, brilliant ideas!!!!!!
— Bruce Suba
Awesome place to visit! It’s rare for a neon shop to open its doors in such a welcoming fashion, and on top of that teach the craft!
— Lupercychux