CM Glass Studio
745 Duke Street
Norfolk, Virginia 23510
Follow our blog for the latest in what's going on behind the scenes as we work to make the Chrysler better than ever.Learn More
A chance to purchase affordable, beautiful work and support local artistsLearn More
Keep up with what's going on while the main building is closed.See The Photo Gallery
Still months of work to go, but here's a snapshot of what's to come.Learn More
We host entertaining demonstrations daily at noon. They might entice you into taking a class.Get fired up
Some of our best-loved works are now on view on E. Freemason Street.Free admission
Dec 14, 2013 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Here's your chance to buy a work of glass art created in our Studio, and for the first time ever, we're making this a two-day sale.Learn More
We offer FREE family fun on the second Saturday of...
Every Saturday and Sunday afternoon, come join us for...
Here's a chance to buy a work of glass art created...
Our three-year, $45 million Capital Campaign has been a big success, but we remain short of our final goal. As we work to finish the renovation and expansion of our building, we'd appreciate your help.Learn More
At the Glass Studio, we make it easy to learn the art of glass. From glassblowing or flameworking to casting and fusing, there's something for the entire family. Museum Members enjoy significant discounts, so come play with fire!Register Online
There are many benefits of membership but here' just one. Sign up now and gain entry into our exclusive Members-only grand opening party next April.Easy Online Registration
America's leading independent charity evaluator has affirmed the Chrysler is a conscientious steward of the contributions and trust placed in our care.Learn More
Come explore the Moses Myers House and Willoughby-Baylor House. It's a chance to enjoy art and history in the shadow of MacArthur Center. Free.Learn More
With more than 106,000 rare and unique volumes, our library is one of the most significant art libraries in the South.Library Information
The next presenter in the Norfolk Society of Arts 2013-14 lecture series will be Emily Braun, curator of the Leonard A. Lauder Collection in New York City.See the full schedule