With over 6,000 square feet of open space, Third Degree Glass Factory houses two distinct art galleries. The East Gallery displays the work of local artists who work across a variety of mediums such as photography, painting, fiber, printmaking, and sculpture. Discover the work of up-and-coming local artists every month at our Third Friday events when we unveil installations.

The Hot Shop Gallery takes its name from the adjacent Hot Shop studio, where Third Degree's resident glassblowing artists work with glass heated to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit to create the incredible works of art that visitors see on display. Works for sale in the Hot Shop Gallery are created by Third Degree resident artists in the Hot Shop Studio. The gallery is separated from the studio by a one-of-a-kind glass viewing wall that allows visitors to watch the glassblowing artists at work as they shop.

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Galleries are available to rent for private events. Please call 314-367-4527.

Current Exhibit:

Through March 17 "Imagining from Above - Art as Seen from a Drone" by Tony Carosella: Photographing from drones has become very controversial since drones have been synonymous with spying and assassination. Carosella's approach is not at all sinister, but more of a controlled aerial photography art form. The vantage point of the drone can have a mystical quality since it hovers above in places that might not permit conventional aircraft. There is a skill and technical savvy that is combined to create this work, and it opens new avenues of creativity for Carosella and many other photographers and videographers.

Opening March 20: "Critters 'n' Kids" by Sandy Brooks