Associate Professor Dawson Kellogg participated in a four-week residency at the Rosenberg Institute for Passionate and Emerging Artists in the Glassworks Studio at Salem State University in Salem, MA.
The residency allowed Kellogg and three other artists to work and live on campus. The artists also had a series of public demonstrations throughout the month of July, while they were participating in the residency.
The Glassworks Studio is a state-of-the-art glass-blowing facility equipped with a 375-pound glass melting furnace, two 18” glory holes, top-loading and front-loading annealing ovens, a pickup oven, two minor burners for torch-working, a 18” flat lap wheel with various magnetic diamond wheels, and a polishing lathe, as well as various optic molds, bench torches, and other related equipment.
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