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Studio Faculty Presentation

The Studio
January 5, 2016 7:30pm to 9:00pm
Studio Faculty Presentation featuring Jordana Korsen, Micah Evans, Kari Minnick, Martin Rosol, and Pavel Novak

This week features Jordana Korsen, Micah Evans, Kari Minnick, Martin Rosol, and Pavel Novak in the Studio Faculty Presentations series.

Hear from some of the best-known glassmakers in the world, through free, informal public lectures by Studio faculty, Tuesday nights throughout the winter class sessions.

Micah Evans (Photo by Mercedes Jelinek)
Micah Evans is a native of Washington State but glass has taken him around the country studying and working with countless craftsman, artists and designers. Recently, Evans was the Resident-in-Glass at Penland School of Crafts from 2012-2015, the...
Jordana Korsen
Jordana Korsen has been working with hot glass for more than 20 years, focusing on functional work with a sculptural touch. As a glassblower, she creates clean forms with a sense of humor. Korsen describes her work as “spontaneous, whimsical and...
Kari Minnick
Kari Minnick owns and operates Kari Minnick Art Glass Studio, recently relocated to the Pacific Northwest, where she produces architectural commissions and fine art, and introduces artists from other media to kiln glass. Her glasswork has won...
Pavel Novak
Pavel Novak was born in the Czech Republic. There, he trained as a cold worker and was employed at the Glass School in Novy Bor, where he taught cold working techniques. Novak immigrated to the United States in 2000, and currently lives and works in...
Martin Rosol
Martin Rosol came to the United States in 1988 to pursue his career as a sculptor, a path unavailable to him in Czechoslovakia before Vaclav Havel and the Velvet Revolution transformed the country. Rosol, like many Czech glassworkers, learned his...