Alligator Vase


Dan Dailey and company make a hand blown glass vase in 1998


Smithsonian American Art Museum – Connections: Renwick Gallery


In this interview, graphic artist Dan Dailey discusses the conceptuality and intentional design process behind his functional glass objects and sculptures. "Connections: Contemporary Craft at the Renwick Gallery" highlights the evolution of the craft field as it transitions into a new phase at the hands of contemporary artists, which in some way echoes the communal spirit and ideology of the pioneers of the American Studio Craft Movement in their heyday.


James Renwick Alliance — Materialism: The Medium or the Message


Streamed live on Mar 29, 2014
The James Renwick Alliance presents a panel discussion with their 2014 Distinguished Educators, moderated by Elisabeth Agro, The Nancy M. McNeil Associate Curator of American Modern and Contemporary Crafts and Decorative Arts at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Agro is joined by Dan Dailey, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Emeritus; Peter Held, director, Arizona State University's Art Museum Ceramics Research Center; Glen Kaufman, University of Georgia and director, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Emeritus; and Patti Warashina, University of Washington, Emerita, for a discussion on Materialism and the artists that focus primarily on their craft medium.

 


Corning Museum of Glass — Voices of Contemporary Glass


Dan Dailey talks about how the materials and processes influence his artistry. This video was featured in the exhibition "Voices of Contemporary Glass: The Heineman Collection" at The Corning Museum of Glass, May 16, 2009 – January 2, 2011.


Hawk Galleries Exhibition


Artist Dan Dailey discusses his work at his 2009 exhibition at Hawk Galleries in Columbus, Ohio.