Good Things: Intercollegiate Small Works

Good Things: Intercollegiate Small Works surveys glass from the academic programs that grew from the founding of the UW-Madison Glass Lab in 1962 by Professor Emeritus Harvey Littleton. What was once a landscape of 70+ academic glass programs is now a smaller community of ~45 programs as the field of glass continues to evolve. Good Things: Intercollegiate Small Works emphasizes contemporary work in glass from current graduate and undergraduate students in academic glass programs, reflecting the priorities and interests of today’s emerging artists working with glass and expanded glass processes.


Dafny Antolínez, Salem Community College
Kieran Betz, College for Creative Studies
Zielyn Boozer, Columbus College of Art & Design
Hannah Buss, Ohio State University
Silver Kim, Rochester Institute of technology
Max Kleinmann, Ohio State University
Brenden Laith Roumaya, College for Creative Studies
Spider Martins, Rochester Institute of Technology
Dexter McChesney, Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University
Oliver Ray, Kent State
Ben Rotter, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Nicole Stowe, Salem Community College
Florian van Dalen, Institut für Künstlerische Keramik und Glas der Hochschule Koblenz
Yiko Yang, Rhode Island School Of Design

Curated by Kagen Dunn

Glass Madison Exhibitions are supported by: Anonymous Fund, Marilynn R. Baxter Fund, Office of Professional Learning and Community Education (PLACE), UW-Madison Art Department, UW-Madison Division of the Arts Emily Mead Baldwin Award in the Creative Arts, UW-Madison School of Education Impact 2030 Helen Burish Fund, and the 175th Anniversary Grant Award.

Exhibition Information

Gallery 7, Humanities Building
455 N. Park Street, Madison, WI 53706

Exhibition Dates
October 6-22, 2023

Opening Reception
October 6, 6:30-8:30pm


UW-Madison Art

Division of the Arts