Corporate social responsibility is very important topic for us. We help young people to start their career. We decided to support the international glass competition of Stanislav Libensky Award and we proudly sponsor this successful project, that was established by the Prague Gallery of Czech Glass in 2009.

STANISLAV LIBENSKY AWARD 2015

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The 7th edition of the Stanislav Libensky Award took place in ZIBA Prague Glass Experience Museum. The 1st prize was won by Tami Ishida (JPN) – artwork Cups, the 2nd prize was awarded to Walaa Hamza (EGY) – artwork Time for Lunch and the 3rd prize was won by Chieko Sasaki (JPN) – artwork Iridescent Clouds Dragon. The special prize of The Corning Museum of Glass was won by Lena Feldmann (GER) – artwork Eighty-nine x 0. The special prize for design of the auction bottle of Pilsner Urquell was awarded to Lenka Husarkova (CZE) – artwork Frothy Crown.

STANISLAV LIBENSKY AWARD 2014

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The sixth year of the Stanislav Libensky Award took place at the Dancing House in Prague. The exhibition was open to public between the 19th September and the 14th December 2014. During this time it attracted over 3000 visitors. Michaela Mertlova (CZ) won the main prize with her object “Munchies”. She gained 3-weeks summer stay at Pilchuck Glass School, one of the best glass schools in the world.

STANISLAV LIBENSKY AWARD 2013

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Stanislav Libensky Award 2013 was held in Royal Summer Palace at Prague Castle from 20th of September until 1st of December. A part of the autumn exhibition was the International Glass Symposium titled “Glass From Different Angles”. Lithuanian participant Ieva Voroneckyte won the first prize of Stanislav Libensky Award 2013 for the work entitled “Bite That”. The special prize by Moser went to Kristina Leven (SWE).

STANISLAV LIBENSKY AWARD 2012

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At the gala ceremony in the New Gallery of Prague Castle on September 20th 2012, 3 graduates were awarded and 2 more received special awards. The winner of the SLA '12 became Natsuho Enomoto (JAP) for her sculpture „Portrait of capacity 68.000 cm3“. In 2012 was organized the accompanying exhibition “Cherchez la Femme”. The exhibition presented a common path of Stanislav Libensky and Jaroslava Brychtova, who has been a patroness of SLA since its beginnings.

STANISLAV LIBENSKY AWARD 2011

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The third year of SLA was held at the Imperial Stables at Prague Castle between 16th of September and 31st of November. Stanislav Libensky Award 2011 won Jiri Ruzicka (CZ) with the work entitled „Luxfers a slightly differently“. European industrial design exhibition called “Glass Design” accompanied the international exhibition of graduate works. Thus, famous glassworks and their designers could meet the upcoming generation trough the same exhibition place.

STANISLAV LIBENSKY AWARD 2010

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Stanislav Libensky Award 2010 took place at Quen's Anna Summer Palace at Prague Castle between 24th of September and 28th of October and was accompanied by the exhibition “Glass Classic” which presented a selection of famous glass works illustrating the development of modern glass. Laureate of Stanislav Libensky Award 2010 became the British artist Alan Horsley with his object “The Shell of My Flesh – Element I”.

STANISLAV LIBENSKY AWARD 2009

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Stanislav Libensky Award was held for the first time ever in 2009 and revealed a wide platform on which have met various conceptions of glass works of young Czech and foreign graduates. It took place at the Clam-Gallas Palace in Prague. The winner of the introductory award was Sonia Tresikova (CZ) with her work of art called “The Anchor Point”.

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