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EDUCATION

1988
Tyler School of Art, Temple University.
Philadelphia, PA.
MFA Crafts/Glass.

1981
Rhode Island School of Design.
Providence, RI.
BFA Sculpture.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2014
Urban Glass. Brooklyn, NY.

2013
Urban Glass. Brooklyn, NY.
Pittsburgh Glass Center.

2012
The Glass Furnace. Istanbul, Turkey.
Brazee Street Studios. Cincinnati, OH.

2011
Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood, WA.
The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Oatka School of Glass. Batavia, NY.
Brazee Street Studios. Cincinnatti, OH.

2010
Sheridan College. Toronto, Canada. Visiting Artist / Critic.
University of Wisconsin. Madison, WI. Visiting Artist.
Urban Glass. Brooklyn, NY. Master Class.
TIGA (Taos Institute of Glass Arts). Taos, NM.

2009
Tyler School of Art / Temple University. Glass Program, Adjunct Professor.
20082009, 1990-2004.
Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. Visiting artist / Critic.
The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Taos Institute of Glass Arts. Taos, New Mexico.

2008
The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass.
Corning, NY.
Urban Glass. Brooklyn, NY.

2007
Illinois-Wesleyan University. Bloomington, IL. Visiting Artist.
University of Wisconsin. Madison, WI. Visiting Artist.
Illinois State University. Normal, IL. Visiting Artist.
The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.

2006
Chair, Glass Art Program, Salem Community College. Carney’s Point, NJ.

2003-2007.
Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. Visiting artist.

2005
The Glass Furnace. Istanbul, Turkey. Workshop.
Virginia Commonwealth University. Visiting artist.

2004
University of the Arts.
Philadelphia, PA. Workshop.
The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Pittsburgh Glass Center. Pittsburgh, PA.

2002
Adjunct faculty, Salem Community College. Carneys Point, NJ. 2001-2002.
The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Emporia State University. Emporia, KS. Visiting artist.
National Capital Art Glass Guild. Kensington, MD. Workshop.

2001
Aichi University. Kariya-shi, Japan. Visiting artist.
University of Wisconsin. Madison, WI. Visiting artist.
National Capital Art Glass Guild. Rockville, MD. Workshop.
European Glass. Mechelin, Belgium. Workshop.
Urban Glass. Brooklyn, NY.
The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.

1999
Glass Axis. Columbus, OH. Workshop.
Worcester Center for Crafts. Worcester, MA. Workshop.
Urban Glass. Brooklyn, NY.
Salem Community College. Carneys Point, NJ. Visiting Artist.

1998
Creative Glass.
Zurich, Switzerland. Workshop.
The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Urban Glass. Brooklyn, NY.

1997
Chair, Glass Program, Tyler School of Art. Sabbatical replacement.

1996
University of Wisconsin. Madison, WI. Visiting artist.
Bullseye Glass Co. Portland, OR. Lecturer.
Creative Glass. Zurich, Switzerland. Workshop.

1993-94
Adjunct faculty, Rochester Institute of Technology.
Rochester, NY.

1990-92
Instructor, New York Experimental Glass Workshop.
NY, NY.

1989
Rhode Island School of Design. Glass Department.
Guest Lecturer.

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

2013-present
Director of Glass. National Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.
Exhibition curator. (“Small Worlds,” “Lifeforms,” “Create+Collect=Connect”)

2010-present
Freelance artist.
Commissions:  Private artists/clients; Corporate awards.
Private instruction.

2013
Juror, “Lifeforms.”
Traveling exhibit of glass objects inspired by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka’s flameworked botanical and invertebrate forms.
Hodge Gallery, Pittsburgh Glass Center; G321 National Liberty Museum; Illinois-Wesleyan University gallery.

“HerStory” panel organizer and member.
AACG pre-Glass Weekend event. National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia.

2009
Consultant, TIGA
(Taos Institute of Glass Arts). Taos, NM.
Revitalization of the former Chihuly/Taos Pueblo studio project.

2008
Juror, CGCA (Creative Glass Center of America) Fellowship Selection Committee.

Wheaton Arts. Millville, NJ. (also 2006).

2007
Chair, International Flameworking Conference.
Salem Community College.

2006
President, Glass Art Society Board of Directors. 2004-2006.

Board member since 1998. Chair: Nominating, Executive, Education Committees.

Everhart Museum. “A Day of Glass.” Scranton, PA.
Lecturer: The History and Art of Pate de Verre.

Keynote Speaker, Lecturer/Demonstrator. Pate de Verre Conference.
Fayetteville, AK. (cancelled).

2004
Glass Art Society Conference.
New Orleans, LA.
Moderator: Mold-makers’ Demo and Discussion Group (Ethier, Martin, Rainey, Stokes).

International Flameworking Conference. Salem Community College.
Lecturer/Demonstrator. Joint demonstration with Gordon Smith.

International Flameworking Conference. Salem Community College.
Co-chair, planning committee.

Small Works Conference. Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ.
Panel Moderator. Joint demonstration with Gordon Smith.

2001
Glass Art Society Conference.
Corning, NY.
Participant: “Mold-Making Olympics” (with Frolic, Janek, Reid, and Whiteley).

2000
Glass Art Society Conference.
Brooklyn, NY.
Panel Moderator: “Public Access Studios.”

1999
Glass Art Society Conference.
Tampa, FL.
Panel Member: “In the Mold” (with Chardiet and Frolic).

Pittsburgh Glass Center.
Board of Advisors. Design consultant for kiln-working studio.

1997
Fritworks.

Owner, retail business that provided supplies and technical support to kiln-workers.
1997-2005.

1996
Glass Art Society Conference.
Boston, MA.
Individual artist demonstration: Pate de verre casting.

1995
Glass Art Society Conference. Asheville, NC.
Individual artist’s presentation: “Emerging Artists”.
Panel member: “How do we learn?” (with Biggs, King, Powers).

Bullseye Glass Co. 1st Teachers’ Conference.
Small forum (of predominately university-based kiln-forming instructors) convened to discuss issues of glass education and to pursue advanced “literacy” of both theoretical and technical aspects of the medium.

1991
State University of New York.
Old Westbury.
Consultant. Advised Visual Arts Department on adapting their ceramics studio to facilitate glass enameling, fusing, and slumping processes.

1991-92
Studio Assisitant for pate de verre artist Karla Trinkley.

1989-91.
Self-employed.

Designer/fabricator for home-based glass jewelry business.

Sweet Street Desserts, Inc. Reading, PA.
Specialty cake designer. Coordinator of the specialty cake design department for a large gourmet dessert company. Primary creator of 2-D and relief illustration in whipped cream and of 3-D cake sculpture.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2013
Accola-Griefen Gallery. New York, NY.
Collaborative installation with Nancy Cohen.

2011
Gallery One One. Cincinnati, OH.

2008
Judy Youens Gallery.
Santa Fe, NM.

2007
Illinois-Wesleyan University.
Bloomington, IL.

2000
Cool Arts Gallery.
Corning, NY.

1997
Works Gallery.
Philadelphia, PA.

1992
Miller Gallery.
NY, NY.

1988
Penrose Gallery, Tyler School of Art.
Philadelphia, PA.

1983
William Francis Gallery.
Providence, RI.

1980
Woods-Gerry Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design.


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014
Flame Run Gallery. Louisville, KY.
“Mass.”

2013
National Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.
“HerStory.”

2012
David Anthony Fine Art. Taos, NM.
“Walking on Glass.”
Froelick Gallery. Portland, OR.
“Undressing Room.”

2011
Lawrence Gallery, Rosemont College. Bryn Mawr, PA.
“Philadelphia Women Working in Glass.” Curated by Lucartha Kohler.
Gallery of Fine Craft, Wheaton Arts. Glass Weekend. Millville, NJ.
Toledo Museum of Art, Glass Pavilion. Toledo, OH. “Bead Curtain.”
Pittsburgh Glass Center. Pittsburgh, PA. “Xtreme Art: 10x10x10.”
Exhibit A Gallery. Corning, NY.
Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass. Dallas, TX. “On the Wild Side.”

2010
The Bender Gallery. Asheville, NC.
Hulse-Warman Gallery. Taos, NM. “Taos Art Glass Invitational.”
The Toledo Arts Commission. Toledo, OH. “Hot Glass 2010.”

2009
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum. Neenah, WI.
“Big Ideas: Magnificent Glass under 20” Collaborative work with Gordon Smith.
Gallery of Fine Craft. Wheaton Arts. Millville, NJ.
Houston Center for Contemporary Crafts. Houston, TX.
“Hot Glass, Cool Collections / Environments = Form + Space.”
Leo Kaplan, Ltd./Scott Jacobson Gallery. New York, NY.
Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences. Loveladies, NJ.
“Glass Under Glass.”
Philadelphia City Hall. Philadelphia, PA. “In Your Dreams.” Art in City Hall Program.

2008
Judy Youens Gallery. Santa Fe, NM.
Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass. Dallas, TX. “14th Annual Goblet Invitational.”
Society for Contemporary Craft. Pittsburgh, PA.
SOFA Chicago. Judy Youens Gallery.
Snyderman-Works Galleries. Philadelphia, PA. 10th Annual Goblet Exhibit.
Cheltenham Arts Center. Cheltenham, PA.
“Twenty Years Fast-Forward.” 1988 Tyler School of Art graduates. Catalogue.

2007
The Museum of American Glass.
Wheaton Arts. Millville, NJ.
“Celebrating Connections.” Exhibit CD.
Snyderman Gallery. “Glass Weekend.” Wheaton Arts.

2006
The Gallery of American Craft. Wheaton Village. Millville, NJ.
The National  Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.
One Seagate Gallery.
Toledo, OH.
Toledo Arts Commission. “Hot Glass 2006.”

2005
The Museum of American Glass.
Wheaton Village. Millville, NJ.
“Particle Theories, and other Cast Glass Granulations.” Susanne Frantz, curator.
Catalogue
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Leo Kaplan Modern. New York, NY. “Figures and Forms”.
Bullseye Connection Gallery. Portland, OR.
“20/20 Hindsight: Twenty Artists/Twenty Years”.
Aptos Cruz Gallery. Adelaide, Australia. “Transformations: World Glass Today”.
Peninsula Fine Arts Center. Newport News, VA.
“Out of the Mold: A Survey of Contemporary Cast Glass”.
Gallery Six. Richmond, VA.
Ariana Gallery. Royal Oak, MI.

2004
Kentucky Museum of Art and Design.
Louisville, KY. Goblet Exhibit.
Emporia State University. Emporia, KS. Invitational Glass Exhibition.
Pittsburgh Glass Center. Instructors’ Exhibition.
The Gallery of American Craft. Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ.
Works Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.

2003
Rutgers University.
Camden, NJ.
“Out of the Fire”. Four Philadelphia glass artists (Boothe, Clark, Kohler, Stankard) with four selected emerging artists.
Bullseye Gallery. Portland, OR. “Legacy”. Mentors/students exhibit.
Eleven Eleven PA Ave. Washington, DC. “Sally Hansen: A 30-Year Perspective”.
Works Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.
Craft Alliance. St. Louis, MO.
Carson-Masouka Gallery. Denver, CO.
Glass Gallery. Bethesda, MD.

2002
Tittot Glass Art Museum.
Taiwan. R.O.C.
“The American Glass Art Educators’ Exhibition”. Catalogue.
Sharon Arts Center. Peterborough, NH. “Glass Now”. Five artists, curated by Beth Lipman.

2000
Gallery at One Bausch and Lomb Place.
Rochester, NY.
“Visionary Women”. Curated by Robin Cass. Catalogue.
Bevier Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY.
“Sources: The North American Northeast.” Instructors’ exhibit.
The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY. Instructors’ exhibit.

2000
SOFA Chicago. Grand Central Gallery.
Morgan Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA.
Dane Gallery. Nantucket, MA
Riley-Hawk Gallery. Columbus, OH.

1998
The Gallery of American Craft.
Millville, NJ.
“Diversity in Glass: Technique, Form, and Function”.
New Heights Gallery. Tampa, FL. GAS Board members exhibit.
Works Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.

1998
Hodgell Gallery.
Sarasota, FL. GAS Board members exhibit.
The Arts Commission of Greater Toledo Glass Arts Exhibition. Toledo, OH.

1997
Judy Youens
Gallery. Houston, TX. “Contemporary Figurative.”
Morgan Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA. “For/By/About Women”.
The Gallery of American Craft. Millville, NJ.
“A Woman’s Approach to the Figure” (Boothe, Guernsey, King, Kohler).

1996
Miller Gallery.
NY, NY. “Annual International Figurative Invitational”.
Bullseye Connections Resource Gallery. Portland, OR. “Breaking the Mold”.

1995
University of North Carolina.
Charlotte, NC. “East Coast Glass”.
Vitrum Gallery. Ashville, NC. “Women in Glass”.

1994
Christie, Mason and Woods International, Inc.
NY, NY.
“Masterworks of Contemporary Glass”. Catalogue.
Contemporary Crafts Gallery. Portland, OR. “51%”.

1993
Three Rivers Arts Festival, PPG Wintergarden.
Pittsburgh, PA.
“The Glass Figure”. Curated by Kathleen Mulcahy and Ron Desmott. Catalogue.
Bowling Green University. Bowling Green, OH. “Glass Midwest”. 1st Place Award.

1992
Snyderman Gallery.
Philadelphia, PA. “Tyler Faculty.”

1991
Judy Youens Gallery.
Houston, TX. “7th Invitational Glass Exhibition.”

1990
Robert Kidd Gallery.
Birmingham, MI. “Glass Invitational 1990.”
New Orleans School of Glassworks. New Orleans, LA.
Inaugural exhibition: “New Glass in New Orleans”.

1989
The Glass Gallery.
Bethesda, MD.
“Capitol Glass Invitational:1988 Award Winners”. 1st Place Award.
Robert Kidd Gallery. Birmingham, MI. “Glass Invitational 1989”.
Judy Youens Gallery. Houston, TX. “International Invitational Glass Sculpture Show”.

1988
Missoula Museum of the Arts. Missoula, MT. “Contemporary Glassworks.”
Judy Youens Gallery. Houston, TX. “Women in Glass.”

1987
Nicolaysen Art Museum.
Casper, WY. “Wyoming Glass”. Dale Chihuly, juror.

1986
Institute of Contemporary Art.
Boston, MA.
“2nd Annual Edible Art Exhibition.” 2nd Place Award.


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2014
Logan, Kristina (juror); Lark Jewelry and Beading. 1000 Beads. Sterling Publishing.
Canada. 2014. (AB p. 368).
Glass Art Society/Corning Museum of Glass. “Oral History Project,” individual
video interview. The Rakow Library. Corning, NY.
International Foundation of Women Artists (IFWA). Artist interview.
http://ifwartistsblog.wordpress.com/2014/04/07/interview-anna-boothe/

2013
“Between Seeing and Knowing,” Accola-Griefen Gallery exhibition review.
Glass Quarterly. Winter, 2013-2014.

2012
Galeria de Artistas, “Anna Boothe: Un delicado equilibrio.”  Publicado en Revista
del  Vidrio Plano e Industrias Afine. February.

2011
Donohoe, Victoria. “From brave women, magic, beauty in glass.” Philadelphia Inquirer.
January 28, 2011, p. W24.

2010
Gaffer Glass Artist Interview, “The Casting Couch.”
http://www.gaffergirls.com/2010/05/casting-couch.html
“Datebook/Galleries,” American Style. p. 100.


2007

Bryan, Colleen. “Salem School of Glass,” Profitable Glass Quarterly. Spring. pp. 24-30.

2006
Bullseye Glass Company. Annual Glass Calendar: Casting. Portland, OR.

2004
Boothe, Anna. “4th Annual International Flameworking Conference,” GAS Newsletter, Vol.15, no.5, Sept./Oct.p. 5.
Kohler, Lucartha. Women in Glass. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. Atglen, PA. 2003. (AB pp.125-126.)
Simpson, Richard V. Antiques and Collecting. Nov. 2004. pp.28-33.
Yelle, Richard W. International Glass Art. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. Atglen, PA. 2003.(AB p.57).

2000
Boothe, Anna. “Public Access Studios,” The Glass Art Society Journal, 2000, pp. 107-112.

1999
Boothe, Anna. “PANEL: In the Mold,” Glass Art Society Journal, 1999, pp. 72-73.
Kohler, Lucartha. Glass: An Artists’ Medium. Krause Publications, Iola, WI. 1998. (AB pp. 69, 70,
194, 196.)

1998
Sozanski, Edward J. The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 11, 1998. P.36.

1997
Kervin, Jim and Dan Fenton. Pate de Verre and Kiln Casting of Glass, 1997. Photographs.
New Glass Review 18, p. 82.

1996
Boothe, Anna. “Demonstrations: Pate de Verre,” The Glass Art Society Journal, 1996, pp. 64, 67.
Wichert, Geoffrey. “Breaking the Mold: Women Casting Glass,” Glass, no. 65, Winter 1996, p. 51.

1995
Boothe, Anna. “Young Artists,” The Glass Art Society Journal, 1995, p. 73.

1993
New Glass Review 14, p. 81.

1992
New Glass Review 12, p.77.
Chambers, Karen S. “New York Letter.” Glasswork, July, no. 12, p. 48.
“Portfolio,” Glasswork, July, no. 12, p. 33.

1991
Fiedler, Larry. “Pate de Verre,” Glass Art, September/October, p. 59.

1990
New Glass Review 11, p.141.

1988
Chadwick, Susan. “Studio Glass Art Seen Through the Years.” Houston Post, April 11.
Chambers, Karen S. Review of the “International Glass Invitational.” (Judy Youens Gallery) New Work, Summer, p. 32.
“Gallery,” American Craft, October/November, p. 78.
New Glass Review 9, p.134.
Waggoner, Shawn. “The Pate de Verre Process,” Glass Art, September/October, pp. 10-12, 14, 15, 54.

1987
New Work,
Winter, p. 5.
Boothe, Anna. “Students of Pate de Verre,” New Work, Fall, pp. 28-29.

 

AWARDS

2012
Corning Museum of Glass. Collaborative Residency Grant (w/sculptor Nancy Cohen).

2000
Contemporary Glass Philadelphia. Individual artist grant.

1998
Leeway Foundation Window of Opportunity Award.


COMMISSIONS

Museum of Arts and Design / Dan Dailey. NY.
The Cable Center / Cable Hall of Fame. CO.
Glaxo Smith-Kline Pharmaceuticals
American Diabetes Association
Urban Glass / Dan Dailey. NY.
Tom Otterness. Sculptor, NY, MT.
Nancy Cohen. Sculptor, NJ.
Randy Polumbo. Sculptor, NY.

 

COLLECTIONS
Selected Public and Private

The Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
The Hillier Group. Princeton, NJ.
Whip Mix Corporation. Louisville, KY.
Bullseye Glass Co. Portland, OR.
Ronald and Anne Abramson. Washington, D.C.
Ellen and Otto Solms. Philadelphia, PA.
Barbara and Alan Boroff. Philadelphia, PA.
Elmerina and Paul Parkman. Kensington, MD.
John and Mary Shirley. Seattle, WA.
The Borowsky Family. Philadelphia, PA.
Linda and Henry Wasserstein. NJ.
Bob Clarke. Philadelphia, PA.

Additional private collections.


REPRESENTATION

SCULPTURE:
The Bender Gallery.
Asheville, NC.

GOBLETS and/or Small Decorative Objects:

Corning Museum of Glass, GlassMarket. Corning, NY.
Gravers Lane Gallery. Chestnut Hill (Philadelphia), PA.
Kittrell/Riffkind Fine Art Glass. Dallas, TX.
National Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.
Society for Contemporary Crafts. Pittsburgh, PA.
Toledo Museum of Art, Collector’s Corner. Toledo, OH.


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