Joseph Cavalieri

Workshop and Virtual Lectures

     Joseph Cavalieri is an award-winning native New York artist and educator. His work can be seen in the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, the Leslie-Lohman Museum, the Italian American Museum, and the Stax Museum. He has exhibited in the US and Europe, most recently a solo show at the Ivy Brown Gallery in Chelsea, New York. Cavalieri has produced private and public art commissions including an MTA Arts for Transit public art installation at the Philipse Manor Train Station in Westchester, New York. Cavalieri works in a material with a powerful spiritual history: painted stained glass. Since 1997, he has taught workshops around the world, and has been invited to over 12 artist residencies. In 2015, he was the keynote speaker for the Glass Society of Ireland and NCAD Glass Conference.

Virtual Lecture:

"Marketing for Artists" and "Advice for Art Residencies"

 
July 1st, 7:00 pm EST

 

Join Joseph Cavalieri virtually on July 1st, as he brings two lectures: “Marketing for Artists,” and “Advice for Art Residencies.”

 

Learn how to promote your exhibitions for the most impact. Includes worksheets on why you need to market, and how to define and promote your unique style, and advice on how to get the most from Instagram. Perfect for artists in any stage of their career.  

 

Benefit from advice Joseph learned from editors he worked with after years as an Art Director at People, GQ and Good Housekeeping magazines.

 

Joseph will also present a second lecture on Advice on Artist’s Residencies. He has attended 16, and has lots of tips and ideas for seeking out a residency yourself.

 

(1 1/2 hours plus questions)

Link and more details will be emailed after purchase of ticket. 

Aesop's Fables in Stained Glass Workshop

 
June 29th - July 3rd

 

This class appeals to students who know the basics of stained glass and want to take it to the next level. We will illustrate a fable while learning many techniques including painting, penning, atomizing (airbrushing) and silk-screening using an existing silk-screen, all using kiln fired enamel paints on stained glass. Each student chooses a fable then with Cavalieris’ guidance sketches a plan for a glass panel about 12 x 16 inches. After the paints are fired onto the glass we will copper foil and solder the glass together. No drawing skills needed, we will be tracing images.