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Glassblowing Demonstrations in July

Rosenberg Residency for Emerging Glass Artists Returns to Campus

Salem State will host the second annual Rosenberg Institute for Emerging Glass Artists in July. 

The four artists selected for the 2014 Rosenberg Institute are: Joseph Ivacic, James Labold, Miles Van Rensselaer, and Danny White. The residency includes demonstrations by the artists on Monday, July 7, 14, 21, and 28. All demonstrations begin at 6 pm and take place in the Glassworks Studio, Enterprise Center, Suite 750, located on Central Campus, Loring Avenue. The demos are free and open to the public. 

The Rosenberg residency is designed to provide glass artists with the opportunity to explore an idea or series of ideas, working daily in the studio, free from economic constraints. This program is made possible through the generous support of Ira and Judy Rosenberg.

The image at left is "Jari-Jari Gelas" (Glass Fingers) by Miles van Rensselaer.

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