Lectureship and Residency in Glass Art
Page Hazlegrove Lectureship in Glass Art
was created in 1997 to honor the memory of Page, who brilliantly
directed the Glass Lab from its beginning in 1988 until her
untimely death in 1997. During her life, it was a dream of Pages
to invite young and upcoming artists to MIT to use Glass Lab and
other resources of the Institute to deepen their artistic visions.
Page believed that an annual artist-in-residence would also be a
valuable experience for students in the Glass Lab.
this spirit, the Hazlegrove Lectureship was born, and since 1997
a number of outstanding artists working in glass have been invited
to MIT to lecture, do research, conduct workshops, and use the Glass
Lab to further explore their own work. Please select an artist at
left for more information about his/her lectureship and/or residency
at The MIT Glass Lab.