Joseph Cavalieri: Pop Stained Glass
Sunday, October 3, 2021 – 2:00 pm
Artist and Educator Joseph Cavalieri will be onsite for this special program to discuss his work and technique in his glass art. After, attendees can view his work featured in the Fire & Form exhibition in our History Museum.
The lecture will explain the processes, highlight some of his favorite stained glass works, public art work, and he will speak about international art residencies he has attended. A silk screening on glass demonstration will follow the lecture.
Program is free with museum admission, but preregistration is strongly recommended due to capacity limits. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or CLICK HERE to register. Your spot will not be guaranteed until you are contacted by the education department to confirm your registration.
About the artist:
Joseph Cavalieri is an artist and educator living in New York City. During the last ten years Joseph has taught over ninety stained glass classes in fifty different domestic and international locations. He has been invited to thirteen art residencies, has exhibited internationally, and has produced many private and public art commissions including a MTA Arts for Transit public art installation at the Philipse Manor Station, NY.
*Based upon current health determinations, the program may need to switch to a virtual format if needed.