Each year, The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass, chooses about 6-8 artists for month-long residencies. The artists are supported with technical assistance, housing, a food stipend, and studio space for one month. They also have full access to The Studio’s state-of-the-art facilities, the Museum’s renowned Rakow Research Library, Museum staff, and can explore the collection at will.
Amy Schwartz, The Studio’s director, describes the program: “The artist-in-residence program is a core part of the programming at The Studio, which is an advocate for artists working The residency program provides artists the luxury of spending a month focusing on their work without day-to-day worries. The Studio handles the details and the artist engages in the process of creating and exploring.”
Each artist provides a free public Lunchtime Lectures during their residency. This year’s artists include Beth Lipman, Susan Liebold, Dan Mirer and Nisha Bansil, Min Jeong Song, Amie Laird McNeel, Veronika Beckh and Adrianne Evans.