Joshua Wojick has worked with glass since 1998 and received his B.F.A from the College for Creative Studies. He is currently a production glassblower at The Henry Ford Museum, creating early American historical reproductions. In addition, he works as an Adjunct Faculty member, teaching glassblowing at the College for Creative Studies. He has worked and demonstrated in various studios with some of the top artists throughout the country. His technique is based in the traditional style of Venetian furnace work. It is a dichotomy of functional wares and mixed media sculpture that involve the use of both man-made and natural materials.
- Adjunct Faculty