8 Weeks
Paid by host 

Studio space, honorarium of $1,500, Budget to cover materials and studio fees for the length of fellowship (to be outlined in the fellowship agreement, prior to the start of term).

Paid by artist 

Accommodation and board, travel costs.

Application guidelines 

25$ application fee. Have a look at the Spring 2014 Visiting Artist Fellowship announcement and submit your application via email or postal mail (link to the application form in the announcement).




New York Contemporary Glass Center


UrbanGlass is the first artist-access glass center in the world and is now the largest. Previously those interested in working in glass could only do so at art schools, in factories, or by building their own glass studios, but when UrbanGlass opened its doors, glass as an art medium became available for the first time to a wide range of artists at an affordable price.

Accommodation Information 

Fellowship does not include room and board.

Studio Information 

UrbanGlass' 17,000 square foot facility contains a complete glassworking Studio including: two furnaces (that melt 2,000 pounds of glass daily), seven glory holes, 13 annealers, mold shop, cold shop, lampworking shop, neon shop, flat glass area for fusing, mosaic and stained glass, sandblaster

Technical Information 

Scheduled access to all UrbanGlass studios, technical support and instruction.

647 Fulton Street (entrance at 57 Rockwell)
Brooklyn, NY 11217-1112,
United States
+1 718 6253685

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