Current & Upcoming Artist Residencies

Current & Upcoming Artist Residencies

The Studio’s Residency programs – Artist-in-Residence at The Studio, David Whitehouse Artist Residency for Research, and Specialty Glass Residency – bring artists from around the world to Corning. The artists spend up to a month at The Studio trying new techniques in glass or enhancing their current work, or using the Museum’s vast resources to inspire and inform their practice.

Most Residents provide public lectures, either Lunchtime Lectures or Behind the Glass, about their work. All lectures are free; no reservations are required.

Residency programs at The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass welcome six to 10 artists each year.

Anna Riley
July 2018

Anna Riley is a visual artist whose work emerges from a strong desire for material research. By recreating or altering the circumstances of material manufacture, whether reversing the coloration in glass, or making lime using antiquated burning...

Pavlína Čambalová
September 2018

Pavlína Čambalová (b. 1986, Frýdlant, Czech Republic) studied gem cutting and engraving at the School of Applied Arts in Turnov, Czech Republic, then Glass Design and Engraving at the Higher Glass School in Nový Bor, Czech Republic. She worked as an...

Trenton Quiocho
September 2018

Trenton Quiocho is an artist from Washington State who has worked as a glassblower and teaching assistant at the Chihuly Boathouse in Seattle, the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, and Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood. Highly-influenced by the Venetian...

Erika Tada
September 2018

Erika Tada graduated with an MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2005, and a Ph.D. from Tokyo University of the Arts in 2012. Her artwork cherishes her personal experiences and the feelings associated with them through the use of objects...

Aaron Pexa
September 2018 to October 2018

Aaron Pexa is an artist who earned his MFA in glass from Rhode Island School of Design in 2014. His work spans multiple mediums, from video and installation to sculpture and performance, and his goal is always to create a sense of bewilderment. He...

Penelope Rakov
November 2018

Penelope Rakov has been a ceramics teacher, pottery instructor, and, for the last 10 years, has taught glassblowing at glass schools across the country. With a BFA in ceramics and glass from Alfred University and her MFA in glass from Temple...