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Glass Auction & Gala Art Preview

The National Liberty Museum’s Glass Auction & Gala, on Saturday, October 7, presents a collection of art from hundreds of emerging and renowned glass artists who generously donate their work to support our character education programs. Whether you are a seasoned collector or simply enjoy fine art, you will find something wonderful for your home or office. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the pieces that will be for sale in our Live & Silent Auctions. Check back in the coming weeks as we add more images and glass art. The complete 2017 Glass Auction Catalog will be online in late August.

We proudly present some of the pieces we will be offering:
(Note: images are not represented to scale.)

Purchase individual tickets at $300 per person.
Learn about becoming an Auction Sponsor.

Register now for NLM's Fall Professional Development Workshops

Our cutting-edge Professional Development Workshops give educators the tools and educational resources they need to succeed. Registration for the first workshop on Saturday, October 21 is now CLOSED. The second workshop, on Saturday, November 18, is still accepting registrations. Learn more and register today.

Now accepting nominations for our new Healthcare Heroes Awards

The National Liberty Museum is proud to launch the inaugural Healthcare Heroes Awards, presented by Teva Pharmaceuticals. This international awards program recognizes inspirational heroes in healthcare research and treatment whose accomplishments have profoundly benefited their patients, their field, and the global community. The program will present an award to an outstanding honoree in four categories. The nomination deadline is November 3. Learn more.

NLM to host a series of FPRI lectures

The Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) is dedicated to providing the insights of scholarship on foreign policy and national security challenges facing the United States. The National Liberty Museum is hosting a series of FPRI lectures throughout the fall. The next lecture is on November 7. It is a Templeton Lecture on the role of the Orthodox Church in the conflict in Ukraine. Reservations are required. Learn more.