Junior Curators

Junior Curators

Are you interested in what happens behind the scenes at the world’s best glass museum? Students in 8th through 12th grade are invited to join the after-school Junior Curator program.

Each week, you'll focus your attention on the works of modern artists as you learn about the art, history, and science of glass. You will also get to develop your research skills and create an exhibit that is seen by thousands of visitors from around the world.

Junior Curators meet Thursday afternoons, March through June.

Application Deadline: January 31

Download an Application Form

Contact: The Education Department at [email protected] or +1 (607) 438-5119

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Alexia Pratt has been a teen volunteer at The Corning Museum of Glass for two years and is a member of the Teen Leadership Council during its inaugural year. She is a sophomore at Corning-Painted Post High School. Author Alexia Pratt at The Corning Museum of Glass. You guys have been to The... more
Today’s post is from Junior Curator Devin Cook. Before I began the CMoG Junior Curator program I knew that it was a great opportunity for learning about different art forms (I am looking into making a career out of illustration) and also just something that would look good on my résumé. But... more
Imagine you are enjoying an exhibit at a museum, but you would like to learn more from a real person. Also, you would like to actually touch objects to make your sensory experience complete. Enter the Museum Explainers! Click to view slideshow. Explainers at The Corning Museum of Glass are high... more