JGAA HISTORY@1991`2000

1991 91 President Kyohei Fujita, Chairman of the Board Shintaro Shibasaki, 114 members
glass japan exhibition of selected works from Glass '90 in Japan (Heller Gallery, New York; February 2-24)
Supported 1991 Otaru International Glass Art Festival (half of the JGAA membership submitted artwork) (August)
1992 92 Esquisse Exhibition Part 1 (Shinjuku Isetan, Tokyo; February)
JGAA Annual meeting and 20th anniversary ceremony (March)
Supported 1992 Otaru International Glass Art Festival (half of the JGAA membership submitted artwork) (August)
Esquisse Exhibition Part 2 (Shinjuku Isetan, Tokyo; September)
Informal get-together for Kansai-area members (November)
1993 Bylaws amended at JGAA annual meeting (March)
Welcome reception for Jean Luc Olivie and Atsushi Takeda (April)
Glass '93 in Japan: Listening to the Heartbeat of Glass; Organizers: JGAA; Backing: The Agency for Cultural Affairs, The Asahi Shimbun Co.; Sponsor: The Glass Manufacturers' Association of Japan; Venue: Odakyu Grand Gallery (Shinjuku, Tokyo; September 1-12)
Traveling exhibition of Glass '93 in Japan (Daimaru Museum, Umeda, Osaka; October 13-18; Tenjin Iwataya, Fukuoka; October 20-25)
1994 94 President Kyohei Fujita, Chairman of the Board Shintaro Shibasaki, 119 members
glass japan exhibition of selected works from Glass '93 in Japan (Heller Gallery, New York; February 5-27)
JGAA Secretariat moved to the board chairman's residence (April)
Drinking Vessels special exhibition (Shinjuku Isetan, Tokyo; September)
Supported Le Verre, Recherche et Creation de France exhibition (Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo; October)
1995 95 JGAA office opened in Sugamo, Tokyo (June)
Decorating Walls special exhibition (Shinjuku Isetan, Tokyo; September)
Supported The International Exhibition of Glass Kanazawa '95 (October)
1996 Glass '96 in Japan: Echoing Light and Shadow; Organizers: JGAA; Backing: The Agency for Cultural Affairs, The Asahi Shimbun Co.; Sponsor: The Glass Manufacturers' Association of Japan; Cooperation: The British Council; Venue: Odakyu Grand Gallery (Shinjuku, Tokyo; September 4-15)
Supported Japanese Glass in Notojima 1996 (Notojima Art Museum)
1997
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President Kyohei Fujita, Chairman of the Board Yumiko Yoshimoto, 124 members
Lecture by Pavel Frava from Czechoslovakia and Michael Rogers from Aichi University of Education (March)
JGAA photo library opening and commemorative exhibition (library collection contains JGAA members career histories, slides of artworks, and other materials)(Sugamo, Tokyo; September)
1998
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JGAA annual meeting and celebration for JGAA President Kyohei Fujita, who was honored with the Persons of Cultural Merits Award (March)
The G.A.S. in Japan, Seto commemorative exhibition (Seto City Cultural Hall; May)
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JGAA President Kyohei Fujita receives Lifetime Achievement Award from G.A.S. and Urban Glass (May)
Welcome reception for G.A.S. participants (June)
Exhibition by JGAA associate members (Sugamo, Tokyo; June, September, November)
Glass Art 1998 JGAA Exhibition of Selected Works (Wako Hall, Tokyo; July)
JGAA special meeting, lecture and announcements on public contributions to Glass '99 in Japan (Lecture by Rene Roubicek)(October)
Supported The International Exhibition of Glass Kanazawa '98 (October)
1999 Glass '99 in Japan: Uncharted Light; Organizers: JGAA; Backing: The Agency for Cultural Affairs; Sponsor: The Glass Manufacturers' Association of Japan, Honda Motor Co. Ltd.; Venue: Odakyu Grand Gallery (Shinjuku, Tokyo; September 1-19)
Supported Japanese Glass in Notojima 1999 (Notojima Art Museum)
2000 00 President Kyohei Fujita, Chairman of the Board Naoto Yokoyama, 124 members
Supported Contemporary Glass in Japan - 60 Standard Bearers for a New Century (Onoda; August)