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Biography: Warren Bunn

Warren Bunn
Warren Bunn
Collections and Exhibitions Manager

As the Museum’s collections and exhibitions manager, Warren Bunn is responsible for managing all aspects of the care and display of the Museum’s glass collections, including registration, installation, lighting, photography, and the collections management database. He oversees the planning and installation of all temporary exhibitions and displays, and manages all loans, both to and from the Museum.

Bunn came to The Corning Museum of Glass from the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, where he was curatorial assistant and registrar for seven years. He also worked in various art galleries in upstate New York, and apprenticed with a Conservation lab while in graduate school.

A working artist and musician, Bunn creates, exhibits, and sells his own paintings. He holds a bachelor’s degree in studio art from Hartwick College, and a master’s degree in museum studies from Syracuse University.



Blog Posts by this Author

The particularly fragile nature of the Blaschka glass marine invertebrate models featured in Fragile Legacy: The Marine Invertebrate Glass Models of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka required very careful planning for their display. As with most of the Museum’s temporary exhibitions, we worked with an... more
In 2007, The Corning Museum of Glass received a letter from Tufts University in Boston, asking for the return of 10 Blaschka models from Tufts marine invertebrate collection. This request raised many eyebrows around the museum. What Blaschka models could they possibly be referring to? Accompanying... more
Warren Bunn, collections and exhibitions manager for The Corning Museum of Glass, talks about what went into installing the Contemporary Art + Design Galleries—from the challenges of working in a new, innovative space to his favorite objects to install. Warren has worked at the Museum for 12 years... more