VISITING artists at mog
The Museum’s Visiting Artist Residency Program hosts artists in our world-class Hot Shop to create new works in glass with our Hot Shop Team. These artists create a sense of excitement and wonder as they experiment and explore new directions in their art that may not be possible in their own studios. Residencies range in length from single day visits to multiple weeks, and one piece created during the residency is selected for inclusion in the Museum's Permanent Collection. Many of our Visiting Artists give a presentation on the final day of their residency, called Shop Talk.
watch past visiting artist residencies
Annual Visiting artist Programs
Pilchuck Summer Series
From Memorial Day through Labor Day, we're pleased to present the Visiting Artist Summer Series, a partnership with Pilchuck Glass School, that brings artists from around the world to the Hot Shop. Each artist spends a week in the Hot Shop, continuing their works begun at Pilchuck.
application for visiting Artist Residencies
Each year, MOG invites artists to apply for a Visiting Artist Residency to explore new techniques or continue a current series. Selected artists have use of our state-of-the-art Hot Shop and the assistance of our Team.
Fuel Their Fire
This unique opportunity enables individuals to sponsor an artist, providing them with the means to create new concepts and forms in glass. Sponsored artists receive five days in the Hot Shop at Museum of Glass, with a world-class team of glassblowers, two days of cold-working, equipment and supplies, and hotel accommodations. Artists retain all the work produced, except for two pieces; one is kept for the Museum’s Collection, and one piece goes home with the sponsor.
Contact us for more program information.