Glass Artist Anna Mlasowsky to Visit Campus Feb. 7
Alfred University’s School of Art and Design will host glass artist Anna Mlasowsky Tuesday, Feb. 7. Mlasowsky’s visit to campus will include a lecture in Binns Merrill Room 106C at 4:30 p.m. Earlier in the day, she will also demonstrate a glass casting process she developed called “mold less pate de verre.”
Mlasowsky was born in Germany in 1984 and received her BA in Glass from the Royal Danish Academy in 2011 and her MFA in Sculpture from the University Washington in 2016.
Currently the research Artist in Residence at the Corning Inc. Science Center, her experimental work is included in numerous museum collections including The Corning Museum of Glass, The European Museum of Modern Glass Art and the Glasmuseum in Ebeltoft. She won the UK Glass Prize in 2013, the Otto Waldrich Preis and the Emerge Silver Award in 2014. Anna gave the prestigious Page Hazelgrove lecture at MIT in 2014.
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