Residencies at The Studio

Residencies

The Artist-in-Residence programs at The Studio provide artists the opportunity to research and experiment with new techniques and subjects in their work. Artists-in-Residence are invited to utilize the resources of the Museum’s campus including The Studio, the extensive collections and archives of the Museum, and the Rakow Research Library.

Since 2009, the Museum has hosted a joint residency program with the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Participating artists spend one month at The Studio in Corning and two to six months at the Kohler Co. foundry (casting iron or brass) and/or factory (slip-casting clay) in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

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Martin Janecky February 13-March 20; Public lecture on March 9 Study of the Día De Los Muertos, at Corning Museum of Glass 2016. By Martin Janecky. Martin Janecky began his career with glass at the age of 13 and later explored sculpting methods in the Czech Republic. Janecky teaches and... more
Provided by Kristina Logan. Kristina Logan is recognized internationally for her precisely patterned and delicate glass beads. She travels throughout the world teaching workshops and lecturing on contemporary glass beads and jewelry. Her work is in the collections of The Smithsonian Museum of... more
Toots Zynsky, known for her distinctive heat-formed filet de verre (glass thread) vessels, has been selected as the first of two Specialty Glass Artists-in-Residence for 2016. The residency is a joint program of the Corning Museum of Glass and Corning Incorporated that supports artists in... more