Make Your Own Endora Nightlights! with Joseph Cavalieri

$210, $190 mbrs. per session (discounted price will display for members upon login)

Limit 6 students per session

Students will meet in the third floor Classroom, 533 Eaton Street

Find out about our seating policy, weather policy and the Covid-19 precautions we’re taking.

REGISTRATION

Please note: This is the same class offered twice, so choose the date that works best for you! Limit 6 students per session.

Registration closes Monday, October 3.

If you’d like to attend, but just can’t afford it, we may be able to help. Learn more about The Studios Accessibility Fund here.

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Class Description

Are you a fan of Bewitched? Celebrate the spooky season by making your very own functional stained glass nightlights with images of your all-time favorite character, Endora! (Played by Agnes Moorehead on the TV series from 1964-1972).

In this fun workshop you will learn how to cut, grind, copper foil and solider stained glass, and light the work with and electric votive light source. Make one for yourself and the other as a gift for a friend, if you dare give it away!

Meet Your Instructor

Joseph Cavalieri is an educator and artist living in New York City. His career began as a graphic designer and art director working for more than twenty years in the publishing industry in New York City, at People, GQ and Good Housekeeping magazines. He began a career as an artist and educator working in glass in 2000.

Joseph’s teaching credentials include over fifty workshops in the US, Israel, South America and Europe, including Corning Glass and Pilchuck Glass School.

His glass art can be found in major collections including the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, the Italian American Museum, the Leslie-Lohman Museum, and the Stax Museum of American Soul Music.

Joseph’s public art commissions include an MTA Arts for Transit public art installation in New York, a six-foot-round stained glass window at Our Lady of Sorrow Church on the island of Itaparica, in Brazil, and more recently a permanent stained glass work at the Cultural Centre Vanha Paukka in Lapua Finland (2022).

Cavalieri has attended fifteen residencies including the Open Studio Program at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City. He studied under Milton Glaser and Paula Scher at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, and has collaborated with R. Crumb.

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Price includes a materials fee. Any additional supplies needed will be provided soon.

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