This is a graduation ceremony of a different sort.
Fourteen students will gather with members of the public who have come to admire the students’ graduating project — a Tiffany lamp reproduction.
The ceremony is at Covenant Art Glass where these students have learned and completed their class on how to make a Tiffany lampshade.
As part of the graduating ceremony, the students will be dressed in vintage clothing, not caps and gowns, while their lamps are displayed, and the public gets the chance to vote for their favorite lamp. One student wins the prize for the People’s Choice award.
The ceremony is from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Covenant Glass, 3232 Broadway, Everett. The lamps will be on display at Covenant Art Glass until May 24 if you can’t make the graduation ceremony.
Nancy Alexander and Tami Bogdanoff have taught the Tiffany Reproduction Lamp Class from January until May with the goal being for the students to create priceless lampshades based on the Tiffany glass master model. For more information about the event or to learn more about the Tiffany lamp shade class, call Covenant Art Glass at 425-252-4232 or go to
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