GlassRoots - Newark Glass Arts Center
GlassRoots - Newark Glass Arts Center
GlassRoots - Newark Glass Arts Center
Glassroots Ball 2023
GlassBall 2023

GlassBall 2023

GlassRoots hosted its second annual GlassBall on Wednesday, June 7, 2023, at The Newark Museum of Art. This year’s honorees were Dena Lowenbach, Lifetime Trustee of GlassRoots, and Linda C. Harrison, Director and CEO of The Newark Museum of Art.

The largest fundraising event for GlassRoots each year, the GlassBall began with cocktails and art demonstrations at GlassRoots’ studios at 10 Bleeker Street at 5:30 pm. Then at 6:00 pm, guests were able to explore Unexpected Color: A Journey Through Glass at The Newark Museum of Art. Dinner and presentations followed at The Museum, beginning at 7:00 pm.

GlassRoots is extremely grateful to the following individuals and organizations for their belief in GlassRoots and for supporting the 2023 GlassBall. Click the link below to review the 2023 GlassBall e-Journal.

$50,000

  • Paula Gottesman

$10,000

  • Edison Properties
  • M&T Bank
  • Kathryn Markel

$5,000

  • Meg and Howard Jacobs
  • Seta Nazarian
  • Rutgers University
  • Nina and Ted Wells

$2,500

  • Allstate Interiors
  • Centrim Electric
  • Ellavoz Impact Capital LLC.
  • JRAL and Ferrous Research & Design
  • Dena and Ralph Lowenbach
  • Donna Olah-Reiken
  • Ken Press
  • Prudential
  • RBH Group
  • Simpson Thacher
  • Faith Taylor
  • Tucker Contemporary Art
  • Carmen Rita Wong

$1,000

  • American Architectural Window & Door
  • Sherri-Ann Butterfield
  • Marc and Roslyn Collins
  • Ulysses Dietz and Gary Berger
  • Global Gateway Advisors
  • Michael Handler
  • Sharon Karmazin
  • New Jersey Children’s Foundation
  • Laura Bonas Palmer
  • Joel Siegel
  • Rosemary and Robert Steinbaum
  • Veda Truesdale
  • Deanne Wilson and
    Laurence Orloff

GlassBall 2023

GlassRoots hosted its second annual GlassBall on Wednesday, June 7, 2023, at The Newark Museum of Art. This year’s honorees were Dena Lowenbach, Lifetime Trustee of GlassRoots, and Linda C. Harrison, Director and CEO of The Newark Museum of Art.

The largest fundraising event for GlassRoots each year, the GlassBall began with cocktails and art demonstrations at GlassRoots’ studios at 10 Bleeker Street at 5:30 pm. Then at 6:00 pm, guests were able to explore Unexpected Color: A Journey Through Glass at The Newark Museum of Art. Dinner and presentations followed at The Museum, beginning at 7:00 pm.

GlassRoots is extremely grateful to the following individuals and organizations for their belief in GlassRoots and for supporting the 2023 GlassBall. Click the link below to review the 2023 GlassBall e-Journal.

$50,000

  • Paula Gottesman

$10,000

  • Edison Properties
  • M&T Bank
  • Kathryn Markel

$5,000

  • Meg and Howard Jacobs
  • Seta Nazarian
  • Rutgers University
  • Nina and Ted Wells

$2,500

  • Allstate Interiors
  • Centrim Electric
  • Ellavoz Impact Capital LLC.
  • JRAL and Ferrous Research & Design
  • Dena and Ralph Lowenbach
  • Donna Olah-Reiken
  • Ken Press
  • Prudential
  • RBH Group
  • Simpson Thacher
  • Faith Taylor
  • Tucker Contemporary Art
  • Carmen Rita Wong

$1,000

  • American Architectural Window & Door
  • Sherri-Ann Butterfield
  • Marc and Roslyn Collins
  • Ulysses Dietz and Gary Berger
  • Global Gateway Advisors
  • Michael Handler
  • Sharon Karmazin
  • New Jersey Children’s Foundation
  • Laura Bonas Palmer
  • Joel Siegel
  • Rosemary and Robert Steinbaum
  • Veda Truesdale
  • Deanne Wilson and
    Laurence Orloff