Work by Crafts Professor/Glass Program Head in 3 Group Shows

Alexander Rosenberg will also teach a glassblowing class at Corning Museum of Glass and give a demonstration at GlassBoston conference

May 2, 2013

For Alexander Rosenberg, assistant professor of Crafts and head of the University's Glass program, this will be a very busy spring and early summer.

His work will be on display in three group exhibitions, including "Spark Gap," an exhibit by new members of Philadelphia artist collective Vox Populi. The show runs May 3 through June 2 both in the Vox Populi Gallery (319 N. 11th Street) and at AUX Performance Space, with an opening reception scheduled for Friday, May 3 from 6 to 11 p.m.

A preview party and fundraiser for "Spark Gap" takes place on Thursday, May 2 from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Vox Populi Gallery. Tickets are $50.

Rosenberg's work is also featured in "Vox Populi," an exchange show hosted by New Orleans-based artist collective the Front from May 11 through June 2. An opening is set for Saturday, May 11.

The Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Mass., will display his work in the exhibit "Reversible Reactions: Art Meets Science @ the MIT Glass Lab" from June 8 through October 27.

In addition to his three exhibitions, this June, Rosenberg will also co-teach a class at the Corning Museum of Glass titled "Kill Your Darlings." The one-week glassblowing session is already sold out with an extensive waiting list.

Just before heading to Corning, N.Y., to teach, Rosenberg will give a demonstration at the GlassBoston conference being held June 13 – 16.

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