Junior Curators

Junior Curators

Students in 8th grade through 12th grade are invited to join our after-school program. Learn what happens behind the scenes at the world’s best glass museum and curate an exhibition that will be viewed by thousands of visitors from around the world.

Each week, the students learn about the art, history, and science of glass as they focus their attention on works of modern artists. Students develop their research skills and create an exhibit that is seen by summer visitors from around the world.

Students meet Thursday afternoons, March – June.

Students must apply for acceptance into this program. A recommendation must be included with the application.

Application Deadline: January 31    Download an Application Form

Contact: The Education Department at jrcurators@cmog.org or 607.438.5126

Life on a String: 35 Centuries of the Glass Bead - CMOG Exhibition
Ben W. Heineman Sr. Family Gallery of Contemporary Glass - Page
On Extreme Fragility (Homage to Blaschka) - Artwork
Untitled (White) - Artwork
Evening Dress with Shawl - Artwork
Bonnie Wright - Biography
Warren Bunn - Biography
Rakow Research Library - Page
The Studio - Page
Silvia Levenson - Biography

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