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October 12, 2017

Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI


SHIFT examines the career of Daniel Clayman through a development of recurring ideas, punctuated by singular pieces that informed his evolution as an artist. From theater lighting to discrete objects to room-size installations, this exhibition, comprised of objects selected by the artist, looks from the beginning of his practice to the full circle return to the shaping of the space we inhabit. This body of works specifically addresses his ongoing explorations of the ability of glass forms to hold light and air, or to break and divide them. The smoky, semi-transparent glass both reflects and diffuses the light, revealing subtle color characteristics within both the physical object and its transmitted light and cast shadows.


Open through February 25, 2018

Grounds For Sculpture

80 Sculptors Way

Hamilton, NJ 08619


On view through June 2018

Mass College of Art and Design

621 Huntington Avenue

Boston, MA 02162

August 25, 2017


I will discuss what led to my site-specific installations RADIANT LANDSCAPE  and RAINFIELD, and how I went about creating each of them.

June 25, 2017

BULLSEYE GLASS: Master Class in Glass Casting and Fabrication


I will be teaching a two day Master Class with a focus on glass casting into investment molds and glass fabrication methods. This is lecture only format, no hands on.

June 22, 2017

BECON, Portland, OR

BECON is Bullseye Glass Company's Biennial Conference focusing on Kiln Casting.

My lecture, This Changes Everything  is currently scheduled for Saturday, June 24, 2017

May 28, 2017


May 28 - June 9, 2017

I will be teaching a class called "Mold Making for Artists and Scientists" at Penland School of Crafts with Kaitlyn Becker, an expert in soft robotics. I will focus on more traditional uses of mold materials for sculptural purposes. Meanwhile, Kaitlyn will be using the same materials to make gizmos that take advantage of her engineering background. 

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