Detroit based glass artist, Joshua Wojick, reaches far outside of conventional glassblowing to lend a new perspective and insight on the material and process, exploiting both the inherent fragility and structural nature of glass. His use of the material truly expresses the full spectrum of what glass can be. With a foundation in traditional furnace working, Joshua has honed his craft over years of making and believes that learning from the past is fundamental to innovate in the present. Earning his B.F.A from the College for Creative Studies and a M.F.A in Sculpture from Eastern Michigan University, Joshua has worked with glass since 1998. He is currently the Crafts Program Manager at The Henry Ford Museum as well as a former faculty member at CCS. He is represented nationally and his work is held in private collections internationally.