Rebecca Casement will discuss a new series of clay sculptures she created as part of her 2019 artist’s
residency with the Glen Arbor Arts Center. The presentation is June 14, noon at the GAAC, 6031 S. Lake
St., Glen Arbor.
Each of the GAAC’s artists-in-residence gives a conversational overview of the residency. These
presentations offer a chance to hear about the resident’s project, and the process they experienced
during their two-week stay. Casement is a graduate student at Michigan State University. She’ll be
working in clay on a series of 20 to 30 small sculptures [2 – 6 inches] that are part of her MFA research
into the ways materials connect – whether through glue or thread or resin. Rebecca’s home is in Flint.
The GAAC artist-in-residence presentation are free and open to the public. For more information go to