The Works Artist In Residence (AIR) Program is an exciting way to enhance The Works Glass Studio by welcoming two experienced glass artists each year for three-month residency periods. Artists are from diverse backgrounds with varying craft expertise, and they showcase their talents in a hands-on teaching environment. Each new artist brings new classes, techniques, educational opportunities, and glass art to the museum and community. View videos from past Artists in Residence recapping their experiences at The Works.
Artist in Residence - Autumn 2016 Eddie Magliaro
Exhibit Opening & Artist Reception
On display through December 16, 2016.
All ages are welcome. This exhibition is FREE and open to the public.
Glass as a medium is wildly unique; it ranges from completely representational to a perfectly round blob. My recent work walks the line between these two qualities while still maintaining a strong foundation in the respected traditions of glass making. As a Seattle-based artist "Tight Lines" explores my interest in the Northwest outdoors through the art of glass making.
View the entire art card here.
Previous Artists in Residence:
Zach Layhew (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) - Spring 2016
Brien Strancar (Toledo, Ohio) - Fall 2015
Eric Hernandez (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) - Spring 2015
Phillip King (Minnesota) - Fall 2014
Sarah Michalik (Hoboken, New Jersey) - Spring 2014
Andrew Newbold (Columbus, Ohio) - Fall 2013
Joanna Manousis (United Kingdom) - Spring 2013
Shawn Everette (Urbana, Illinois) - Fall 2012
Josh DeWall (Illinois)- Spring 2012
Dan Alexander (Kent, Ohio) - Fall 2011
Sarah Vaughn (Olney, Illinois) - Spring 2011
Erinn Bessler (Columbus, Ohio) - Fall 2010
Jason Chakravarty (Plainfield, Illinois)
Bill Gudenrath (Corning, New York)
To Apply for The Works AIR Program:
The Works Artist In Residency (AIR) Program is a great opportunity for professional glass artists to gain exposure, experience, and build an impressive resume and portfolio. Artist In Residency Programs occur two times per year for a duration of three months (13 weeks) each.
Applicants must meet the criteria outlined in the Artist in Residence Requirements & Application Process and submit the required materials to be considered for the residence program.
Submit information via:
E-Mail: Lawrence Tuber, Glass Studio Manager
Mail: The Works, Attention Lawrence Tuber, 55 S. 1st Street, P.O. Box 721, Newark, Ohio 43058-0721