Julia and Robin Rogers have co-owned a glass studio together since 2001. First, located in Florence, MT, it was called Cloud Cap Glass, also co-owned by Richard Langley. They produced a line of handblown glass as well as offered glassblowing classes to the public.

In 2003, the studio was moved to Missoula, MT and restructured as Missoula Hot Glass. In addition to the hot studio, they added a flame-working classroom and offered classes in both furnace and flame-working techniques.

By 2005 the couple decided to pursue advanced degrees in the field of fine art, specifically, glass. It was at this time that they built the portable glass studio and took their show on the road. Hence, the birth of Nomadic Glass.

Since that time, the Nomadic studio has been used to demonstrate glass working at festivals, galleries and private parties. On-site workshops have also been provided for the purpose of educational outreach.

Robin Rogers holds a BFA from the Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, OH, 1998, and an MFA from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Carbondale, IL, 2008. In addition to running the portable studio and desiging/producing sculpture, jewelry, and wares for Nomadic Glass, he exhibits interactive installation work involving glass and new media across the United States. You can see his personal work here:


Julia Rogers holds a BFA from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Carbondale, IL, 2008, and a MFA from Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, 2010. She designs/creates work and also demonstrates and teaches for Nomadic Glass. Her personal, conceptual artwork employs glass and mixed media in an installation and sometimes performance context. You can view it here:






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