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Wednesday, March 30, 2016 // 6PM - 8 PM

HUSH Panel Discussion

Open and Free to Public

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Join us for a HUSH Panel Discussion with the artists, moderated by glass artist Daniel Clayman.

dan_portraitDaniel Clayman will moderate HUSH Panel Discussion.  Clayman has been working with glass for more than 25 years.  He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1986 with a B.F.A. in glass where he also later taught. Clayman maintains a studio in Providence, RI and has completed numerous private and public commissions. Including, but not limited to: Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York; Museum of FIne Art in San Francisco, California; Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts and Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Benwick Gallery, Washington D.C.  His work has been shown and collected throughout the United States and abroad.


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DSC_0079.lowresMegan Biddle is a third generation artist who grew up in New York State. She received her BFA in glass from the Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from the Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Richmond. She has attended residencies at The Macdowell Colony, The Jentel Foundation, The Creative Glass Center of America, Sculpture Space, The Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Pilchuck Glass School, the Northlands Creative Glass in Scotland and most recently at the Open Studio Residency at Haystack. Biddle has exhibited nationally and internationally at various venues including the A.I.R. Gallery, XO Projects INC., Side Show, The Islip Art Museum and the Everson Museum of Art in New York; the Reynolds Gallery Richmond, VA.; Space 1026 Philadelphia, PA.; Urban Arts Space Columbus OH.; Galerie VSUP in the Czech Republic; and the 700IS Experimental Film Festival in Iceland. Her work has been published in New Glass Review and was acquired into the American Embassy’s permanent collection in Riga, Latvia. She has taught at Haystack Mountain School and will be teaching at Pilchuck Glass School in July 2015. She is currently an adjunct professor in the glass program at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA




Amber Cowan is an artist and educator living in Philadelphia. She is a faculty member of the glass department of Tyler School of Art, where she received her MFA in 2011 in Glass/Ceramics. She has taught at schools around the country including The Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Crafts and The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass. Cowan was the recipient of the 2014 Rakow Commission from The Corning Museum of Glass and her work is in the collections of The RISD Museum and The Shanghai Museum of Glass. She has had solo exhibitions at Heller Gallery in New York and The Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco.





detail line ball 1lowres Jessica Jane Julius is Adjunct Assistant Professor at Tyler School of Art with a private studio in South Philadelphia. She is the co-founder and active member of the artist collective and performance group The Burnt Asphalt Family. She received a MFA in glass from Rochester Institute of Technology and a BFA in glass from Tyler school of Art in Philadelphia. She has taught as Interim Head of Glass at The University of the Arts, Adjunct Assistant Professor at Tyler School of Art, Rochester Institute of Technology, Corning’s Studio, and assisted teaching at Penland School of Crafts, North Carolina, and The Glass Furnace in Turkey. She has been published in the New Glass Review in 2001, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2012received the Emerging Artist Award from the Glass Art Society in 2008, and received CGCA fellowships from Wheaton Arts/Creative Glass Center, NJ in 2007 and 2011. Her most recent installation was featured in the exhibition “Craft Spoken Here” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband and son.


O' lines.lowresSharyn O'Mara is an artist and educator. Her studio practice spans drawing and installation, and most recently digital photography and printmaking. Her work has been exhibited in the US and abroad and is in several public and private collections in the US. She is Associate Professor and Head of the Glass Program at Tyler School of Art of Temple University; previously, she taught at RISD and The Kansas City Art Institute. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with her husband, daughter, and their three shepherds. In their scant free time, they foster and rescue shepherds in need resulting in an ever-evolving pack that  fills their home with endless joy and an astounding amount of dog hair.