Join us for a lecture with renowned glass artist Charlotte Potter Kasic. She will discuss her artwork, inspiration, and Guest Artist Pavilion Project (GAPP) residency at TMA's glass studios. The lecture will take place in the GlasSalon.
Charlotte Potter Kasic is a conceptual artist and designer who has shaped her professional practice around her curiosity, passion and enthusiasm about glass. She received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2010 and a BFA from Alfred University in 2003. In this age of over-connectivity, Charlotte Potter’s studio practice seeks to visualize relationships and the impact they can have on the self/self identity, often employing a combination of new and old technology. Gravitating towards glass as a material and inspiration because of its ability to hold a dual identity; as hot and cold, fragile and strong, elastic and brittle, her works materialize as installation, sculpture, performance, and video. In addition to her personal studio practice, Potter has pioneered the field of performance glass in her work as the Glass Studio Manager and Programming Director at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, VA.