Creative Glass Fellowship Applications

Five separate shots cut together of Creative Glass Fellows working on their crafts, including sculpture, carving, and glass works

Call to Artists!

The 2018 Creative Glass Fellowship Applications for three-month and project-based residencies are now available. All applications and supplemental materials are due on December 2, 2018. If you are interested in applying or know someone who might be, do apply or pass on this information.

Click here to apply for a Three-Month Fellowship.

Click here to apply for a Project-Based Fellowship.

To download the Reference Letter Guideline, Click here.

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Serving over 355 artists in the last 35 years, WheatonArts, through its Creative Glass Center of America Fellowship Program, provides an exceptional opportunity for artists to pursue their creative development in one of the finest glass facilities in the country. During their Fellowships, artists join a creative community and have the use of private studios, receive stipends, technical assistance, comfortable housing, institutional support, and are embraced by a dedicated and warm staff, all on all on a beautiful 45+ acre campus that is truly a creative sanctuary.

WheatonArts and CGCA offer three-month, Spring residencies and short-term project based residencies. Only artists who have never been through the program may apply for three-month sessions. All artists can apply for a short-term, project-based Fellowship to take place during scheduled times within the months of September – December. However, we request artists new to the program choose one or the other. CGCA Fellowship alumni may reapply three years after the conclusion of their previous residency.

For the Project-Based Fellowships, WheatonArts will work to accommodate artists’ needs with project-based residencies of various lengths and schedules. Artists are encouraged to submit proposals ranging from standard six-week residencies to intermittent residencies, to short-term project support.

Click here for more information about the Fellowship Program. 
or contact Pamela Weichmann, Director of Education and Artist Services, at 856.825.6800, extension 106 or email