Artist-in-Residence Lecture: Sarah Briland and Atelier NL
- Corning Museum of Glass
- One Museum Way
- Corning, NY 14830
- May 23, 2019 to May 23, 2019
- Free and open to the public; no reservations required.
Glassmaker Sarah Briland and Atelier NL will be Artists-in-Residence at The Studio May 2 through 29. Listen to them discuss their work and projects during this informal lecture on May 23.
During her residency, Briland is developing a new body of work that explores the superstitious, mystical, and pseudoscientific methods humans have used to stave off cataclysm and environmental collapse. Lonny van Ryswyck and Nadine Sterk of Atelier NL are investigating the local geological history and environment, local community, and other surrounding circumstances of Corning, N.Y.
From children looking for an adventure to artists looking for inspiration, there’s something for everyone at The Corning Museum of Glass. Explore 3,500 years of glassmaking history in the world’s largest collection of glass, featuring 45,000 pieces of classic and contemporary glass art. At the Hot Glass Show, watch live, narrated, glassmaking demonstrations, and see master glassblowers create stunning pieces before your eyes. Flameworking, Optical Fiber, and Glass Breaking Demos are also offered throughout the day. The only thing better than watching the wonder of glassmaking is trying it yourself! Make Your Own Glass in short, daily workshops: choose from fused picture frames and suncatchers, sandblasted drinking glasses, flameworked beads, pulled-glass flowers or delicate blown ornaments. Get hands-on with the science of glass at Do It! stations in the Innovation Center. Best of all, kids and teens 17 and under are free; adult admission is $20. AAA/CAA, Military, College Student, and 62+ receive a 15% discount ($17). Local residents receive a 50% discount. Open 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily. From Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day, the Museum is open until 8:00 pm.
The Corning Museum of Glass is part of the Points of Inspiration Architecture Trail. For more information and stops on the trail, visit www.pointsofinspiration.net.