Art residency programs

- GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, Reading, PA (2018)
Including exhibition, permanent art installation, taught a class,
and presentation of a lecture on marketing and residencies
Sacatar Foundation in Bahia, Brazil (2011 and 2017)
  Two permanent art instillations (2011) and church stained glass window (2017)
- Accepted to the Vermont Studio Center (2017 and 2019 unable to attend)
- Torpedo Factory Visiting Artists' Program, Alexandria, VA (2014 and 2017)
- Uroboros Glass, Portland, OR (2016)
- The Studios of Key West, Florida (2012)  
- Lo Studio dei Nipoti Resident Artists Project in Monasterace, Calabria, Italy (2012) 
- Museum of Arts and Design (New York) Open Studio Program (2010)
- Research Residency at Sydney College for the Arts (2010)
- Residency at Sanskriti Kendra in Delhi, India (2010) 
- Australian National University, Canberra, Australia (2010)
- Monash University, Melbourne, Australia (2010)
- Kiln forming residency North Lands Creative Glass in Scotland (2008)
  Lectures at:
- Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand (Lecture, 2010)
- Winona State University, Minnesota (Lecture, 2010). 

recommended Art residencies Opportunities

- Alliance of Artist Communities (See:
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- res artis (see:
- Wikipedia list of domestic and international residency “Artist-in- 
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CV of art exhibitions (solo and group)

- The Studios of Key West, Zabar Project Gallery, FL (2020)
- Ongoing Solo Exhibitions at Dixon Place, NYC (2013, 2014, 2018-19)
- Ivy Brown, Chelsea, NYC (2017)
- Hayes Gallery, Hammond Museum, North Salem, NY (2016)
- Axis Glass, Kennedy Galleries, Columbus, OH (2016)
- Italian American Museum, NYC (2016)
- Better Being 940, curated by Shari Drewett, NYC (2014 and 2016)
- OUT Hotel, curated by Ivy Jeanne Brown, NYC (2015-16)
- Agnes Varis Art Center / Community Activation Project. UrbanGlass, Brooklyn, NY (2015-16)
- TS Art Projects “Late Night Show” exhibition with with Cornelia Renz, Berlin, Germany (2014) 
- "VOICES X" Dubuque, Iowa (exhibitions for 4 juried artists in 2014)
- The Church of St. Paul the Apostle, “Deliver Us From Our Addictions”, curated by Joyce Yamada, NYC (2014)
- Theater for the New City, “Through a Glass Lightly” exhibit, NYC (2014)
- The Society of Arts and Crafts, "Rethinking Tradition: Portraits in Glass" Boston, MA (2014)
- Duncan McClellan Gallery, St. Petersburg, FL (2013)
- “Gymnasium of Drama” Installation at Elmo Restaurant, NYC (2012-13)
- SOFA (Sculpture Objects & Functional Art) Chicago, IL, representing UrbanGlass (2010)


- Collectors corner at the Toledo Museum of Art in the Museum Store.
- "CONNECTION IV” exhibition at the Atlantic Gallery, Chelsea, NYC
- Duncan McClellan Gallery “Selby Gardens Glass Show” Sarasota, FL
- “Pilchuck's LGBTQIA+” glass exhibition, Seattle Washington
- “Con Artist Grand Re-Opening Show” SoHo, NYC
- NY Writers Coalition Auction, NYC
- POP Gallery, 125 Lincoln Avenue Suite 111, Santa Fe, New Mexico
- "Material World" The Hodge Gallery at Pittsburgh Glass Center
- "Transparency: An LGBTQ+ Glass Art Exhibition" Group exhibition at Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA
- “Relative Relations” Hebrew Union College, NYC (September 2019 to July 2020)

- "CONNECTION III” exhibition at the Atlantic Gallery, Chelsea, NYC
- “Making Our Mark exhibition at the Bellevue Arts Museum, WA
- "Transparency: An LGBTQ+ Glass Art Exhibition" Group exhibition at the Liberty Museum, Philadelphia, PA
- "Tilting Realities" - Artist in Resident Show, Schmidt Gallery, GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, Reading, PA

- "She Inspires" Group show at the Untitled Space, NYC
- Con Artist Collective group exhibition at Superfine, NYC
- "Screen Punch!!!" Con Artist Collective group exhibition, NYC
- Wheaton Biennial: Printmaking Reimagined" Beard & Weil Galleries, Wheaton College, Norton, MA
- "Friends in the City" Auction at Christie's New York
- Bailey House Gala and Auction, NYC  
- "Metamorphosis" and "People's Choice" at ConArtist Collective, NYC

- "Craft Hilton Head" Hilton Head Island, SC
- "MyScape" Group show at 'uBe Art' in Berkeley, CA
- "CONNECTION - An Invitational Exhibition of Artists Selecting Artists" a group
invitational exhibition at the Atlantic Gallery, Chelsea, NYC
- The Arts Commission of Greater Toledo’s Hot Glass Gallery Exhibition and Gala Auction in Toledo, Ohio
- "American Glass Now" a group exhibition at the Logan Center for the Arts in Chicago and
the Washington National Cathedral, DC.
- "The Somewhere Project" a group exhibit at Hudson Guild Gallery, Chelsea, NYC
- "Marketing for Artists" workshop at the Pittsburgh Glass Center 

- Keynote speaker for the Glass Society of Ireland and NCAD (October 2015)
- “Stax: Visions of Soul” exhibition at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music, Memphis, TN
- AGG 'Glass Now" Juried Exhibition at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.
- "Comedies and Tragedies of Gays and Lesbians" exhibit at Hudson Guild Gallery, Chelsea, NY
- Magical Art/Tricking the Eye" an exhibit at Hudson Guild Gallery, Chelsea, NY
- "20th Anniversary of Wayne Art Center’s Craft Forms 2014"  at the Davenport Gallery, Wayne, PA
- “Multiply" Exhibition at Bullseye Glass, Mamaroneck, NY
- Lucky Street Gallery, Key West, FL (exhibition begins in 2014) 
- Webster Hall Quarterly Art Soiree, New York. NY
- Juror for the "Superstition & Belief" exhibition at The Art League in Alexandria, Virginia
- "Marketing for Artists" workshop at the Hudson Valley Writers' Center in Sleepy Hollow, NY

- Featured in "New York's Underground Art Museum" MTA book by Bloodworth and Ayers
- "VOICES X" Dubuque, Iowa
- "NYC MAKERS" The MAD Biennial at the Museum of Arts and Design, NY
- Demonstration and Lecture at "NYC MAKERS" at the Museum of Arts and Design, NY
-  MAGICAL ART / TRICKING THE EYE" an exhibit at Hudson Guild Gallery, Chelsea, NY
- “Every one will be famous for 12 inches” Castle Fitzjohns Gallery, NY
- "Off the Grid" Atlantic Gallery, NY
- Select Art Fair NYC, Duane Reed Gallery , NY
- UrbanGlass Gala, NY
- "Dimensions" National Juried Exhibition, Womble Carlyle Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC
-  Dacia Gallery, New York. “Black and White” juried exhibition (2013 - 2014) NYC
-  “Multiply” Bullseye Print and Glass Exchange Project, Bullseye Bay Area Gallery, CA. 
- “Humor in Craft” Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids, MI and National Tour
- Various exhibitions with the Duane Reed Gallery in St. Louis, MO
- The Museum of Arts and Design. ‘Madonna & Prada’ in Museum’s permanent collection, NY
  (Acquired in 2013)
- “New Faces” exhibition at Lucky Street, Key West, (2013 - 2014) FL

- “Playing with Fire” at the Museum of Arts and Design, NY
- “Motown 2 Def Jam” exhibit at La Maison d’Art Gallery, Harlem, NY
-  Passion for Glass Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
- “Round Hole, Square Peg” a curated invitational at Smart Clothes Gallery, NY
- “Juried Summer Exhibition” Atmosphere Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
- “28th Tallahassee International Exhibition” Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, FL
- “Art Sprinter Competition Exhibition” at the Water Mill Square Gallery, Southampton, NY
- “eMerge 2.0: Melvin Van Peebles & Artists on the Cusp” Strivers Gardens Gallery Harlem, NYC (video)
-  Derix Glasstudios Gallery in Taunusstein, Germany (Permanently on display)
- “American Glass Now: 2013” American Glass Guild’s Conference, St. Augustine, FL

- Duane Reed Gallery: Red Dot Fail at Art Basel Miami, SOFA NYC,
  Houston Fair / Texas Contemporary and SOFA Chicago, IL
- “20 Stuck” Exhibit & Auction, Museum Villa Stuck, Munich Germany
- Exhibition at The Studios of Key West, FL
- “Fire & Sand: Contemporary American Glass” Mesa Arts Center, AZ
- “Studio Art Glass Exhibit” at Gallery North, Setauket, NY
- UrbanGlass Preview & Auction at Bonhams, NY
- Rayko Alexiev Gallery. “Bulgarian Festival ofGlass” Exhibit in Sofia, Bulgaria
- “Humor in Craft” The Society for Contemporary Craft and National Tour, Pittsburgh, PA
- “Gothic” OCCCA Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, CA.
- “Forever Young” exhibition at SPACEWOMb Gallery, Long Island City, NY
- “Esoteric Beauty” exhibition at SPACEWOMb Gallery, Long Island City, NY
- “Migration 3:  Future Migration” exhibition at Curious Matter and Proteus Gowanus, NJ and Brooklyn
- Contemporary Glass Society (CGS) Selected for an online exhibits in the UK

- “Drawing and Painting Exhibition” Lore Degenstein Gallery/Susquehanna University, PA.
- “Dividing Light, Measuring Darkness” exhibition at Curious Matter, NJ. 
-  Art Palm Beach. Duane Reed Gallery. 
- GlassWeekend at WheatonArts, Millville, NJ. Duane Reed Gallery. 
- ‘10x10x10’ at Pittsburgh Glass Center in PA. 
- IvyQ Art Exhibition, Columbia University, NY. 
- Keith Rowe Gallery, Blackheath, Australia. Continuing exhibit
- Contemporary Glass Society (CGS) Selected for two online exhibits in the UK
- 22nd Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works, New Arts Program, Inc., Kutztown, PA

Before 2010 (while working full time as an art director)
- Finalist “4th International Arte Laguna Prize” at the Venice Arsenale, Venice, Italy
- “The New Americana” Bond Street Gallery, Brooklyn New York
- “Artists of UrbanGlass: Transitions” Robert Lehman Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
- “THINK Coffee Solo Show” Manhattan, NY
- Keith Rowe Gallery, Blackheath, Australia. Continuing exhibit. 
- “The Simpson’s vs. Australia” Sydney College for the Arts, Australia
- “Open Studio Art Display” Museum of Arts and Design, New York

- “Curly Q” Jack the Pelican Presents, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
- “POP Craft” The Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston
- “Drawing on Glass” Robert Lehman Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

- “Narratives in Contemporary Glass” The Art Center, Highland Park, IL
- “UrbanGlass Fall Student Exhibition” Robert Lehman Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
-  “e-merge 2008,” Bullseye Glass, Portland, OR
- “4 Shades of Light,” The Gallery at North Lands Creative Glass, Lybster, Scotland
- “MEDIA 3,” Gallery twenty-four International in D.U.M.B.O. Brooklyn, NY

- “Exhibitionist Booth,” Jonathan Shorr Gallery, SoHo, New York, NY
- “New Donations and Acquisitions,” Leslie/Lohman Gallery, SoHo, New York, NY
- “Living Gallery Art Party” Curated by Heather Christensen of Site Specific Art and the Guggenheim Foundation

- “e-merge 2006,” Bullseye Glass, Portland, OR
- “Erotica,” Orbit Gallery, Edgewater, NJ
- “Showcase of Stained and Fused Glass,” Leslie/Lohman Gallery, SoHo, New York, NY
- “Crafts National Exhibition,”  Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA

- “Continuity, Glass”  Post Picasso Online Glass

- “Grimm’s Fairy Tales,” The Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, MA and Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA
- 26th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibit, Mesa Contemporary Arts, Mesa, AZ
- “Glass Now,” National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia, PA

- “Triennial 9 Form & Content: Corporal Identity-Body Language,” Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY and Museum Für Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany
- 25th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibit, Mesa Contemporary Arts, Mesa, AZ

- “Craft USA,” Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT (Award)

- “Altered Interpretations,” H.E.R.E. Theater, SoHo, NY

- “New York Biennial of Glass,” Urban Glass, Brooklyn, NY

- “After Hours,” Pomegranate Pictures/Red Circle Gallery, Chelsea, NY

About Joseph

Joseph Cavalieri runs CAVAglass, a stained glass design and production studio in New York City. His focus is making one-of-a-kind commissions and art for exhibitions in the US and internationally. He specializes in contemporary stained glass, often based on fables and books, as well as production of these works using techniques including hand painting, air brushing, and sand blasting stained glass. He has worked with fabricators Willet Hauser Architectural Glass Inc. in Minnesota, and Derix Art Glass in Germany.

“One of the really interesting things that Joseph does is tap into all of our associations with stained glass and then flips them on end”. — Jennifer Scanlan, Associate Curator at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York

Joseph’s work can be seen in the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, the Italian American Museum, the Leslie-Lohman Museum, and the Stax Museum. Private and public art commissions include a MTA Arts for Transit public art installation at the Philipse Manor Train Station in Westchester, New York, and at Our Lady of Sorrow Church on the island of Itaparica, in Brazil.

Joseph has collaborated with illustrator R. Crumb, and has represented UrbanGlass at SOFA. His teaching credentials include over 30 workshops in the USA, South America and Europe, including Corning Glass, Berlin Glas and Pilchuck Glass School. He has been invited to 17 art residencies in the US, South America, Europe, Australia and India, including the Open Studio Program at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City.

Joseph’s focus is hand-painted stained glass art using methods created by Medieval artists. He first draws the design, then cuts colored glass pieces to fit the design. These fit together like a large puzzle. He then paints each section of glass with enamels that are kiln fired, melting the design onto the glass. The glass is then soldered together, set into a wall hung metal frame with internal LED lighting. Though the technique is very historic, Cavalieri updates the stories illustrated in the work to relate to the past, present and future. Past is the traditional stained glass vibrant illuminated colors, designs, and patterns. The present are images from current icons like the Simpson'‘s and Alice in Wonderland. Joseph’s two headed birds represent his vision of the future where DNA engineering and chemical spills mutate nature.

Along with running CAVAglass, Joseph presents lectures on his work, lectures on marketing advice for artists, and lectures on advice for art residencies. He also offers private lessons in his New York studio.

PUBLIC ART Installations

- "Disenchanted Alice" GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, Reading, PA. A 4 x 4 foot stained glass panel (2018)
- "Return of Nossa Senhora” at Our Lady of Mercy Church in Itaparica, Brazil. A six-foot-round stained glass window (2017)
- "Running Obama", Glass Axis, Columbus, Ohio. Two 11 x 22 stained glass panels. (2017)
- Installation at the Sanskriti Kendra Foundation in Delhi, 30 x 46 inches stained glass panel (2010)
- "North, South and Home" MTA Commission at Philipse Manor Station, NY. Six panels 33 x 42 inches each (2010)
- "Birds of a Feather" at Dixon Place Theatre, New York, NY. A 20 x 62 inches stained glass panel in the entrance of this theatre in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. (2009)
- Two stained glass windows at the Sacatar Foundation in Itaparica, Brazil. 24 x 24 inches each. (2011)
- "Men" Northlands Creative Glass in Scotland. A 24 x 12 stained glass window. (2008)

Personal backstory

I was raised in Pleasantville, New York, the youngest of 7 children. I am still in contact with my middle school art teacher, Sally Aldrich, organized an exhibition of my work at the Hammond Museum in 2016. I received a BA from School of Visual Arts in New York City. My most influential teachers were Walter Hahn, and Paula Scher &Milton Glazer at School of Visual Arts in New York City. I moved to NYC during college in 1982. SVA had dormitories in a YMCA, so I lived there for a couple of years. I worked part time as a bicycle messenger in NYC during college. I graduated and worked in book publishing, advertising then in magazine design which I liked the best. Being an Art Director with the pressure to design on schedule with deadlines in a corporate setting was very good training, and still keeps me producing work in a manner I feel is very organized and productive. As an art director, my skills included graphic design, layout concepts, working with illustrators and photographers, and having an expert knowledge of Photoshop. I feel these talents prove invaluable in the creation of my stained glass and contributed to my aesthetic. In 1996 I started taking classes at UrbanGlass, and set up my own glass studio. In 2008, I was worked full time as an art director at Good Housekeeping magazine while creating and exhibiting stained glass after hours. Some of the other magazines I worked for include GQ and People. Yes, I helped choose the sexiest man of the year, and the best and worse dressed. I worked about 6 years for each of these 3 magazines. During this time at Good Housekeeping, I applied for and received a six-week residency at North Lands Creative Glass in Scotland. At that point I made the choice to work full time with my glass career.

Recommended Exhibition Opportunities

The Art Guide, Art & Art Deadlines, Artsy Shark, Café, ArtQuest and NYFA.


-    CAVAglass Studios (2010 - current)
Owner and manager of CAVAglass Studios, in New York City.

-    Teaching (2010 - current)
Private and public workshops on painting techniques. See here for workshops.

-    Art Director (1992- 2010)
Art Director at GQ, People and Good Housekeeping magazines, all based in Manhattan.


-    UrbanGlass (Brooklyn): 
Workshops by Kazumi Ikemoto, Klaus Moje,  Judith Schaechter, Erica Rosenfeld, and Toby Upton, Dennis Briening (1996 to 2017).
-    Photoshop and Web Design classes at Pratt Institute and Cooper Union. (1996 to 2001)
-    BA from the School of Visual Arts (1985)


"Joseph Cavalieri’s Missing Episodes takes characters from the Simpsons and deposits them in stained glass mounted in light boxes. The tension between Simpsons creator Matt Groening’s irreverent style and the sacred references in the form of the stained glass is dark and achingly funny." -- Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe

"We have a community of nuns, the Oblates of Jesus the Priest, who live on the 3rd floor of our building.   They are from Mexico and are semi-contemplative, wear the habit and are pretty traditional.  They do the cooking for us as part of their work to sustain their community. Anyhow they visited Joseph's exhibit and the review is in- they loved it! Sr. Doris told me she really appreciated the connection of the traditional stained glass and the descriptions of the addictions. By the way all of us here deeply admire the sisters for their joy and deep spirituality. So it's not the Times but it's a great review none the less! — Fr. Frank Sabatte, CSP, Director at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle, NY, About Joseph's "Deliver Us From Our Addictions" solo exhibition (2014)

- "one of my favorite pieces is this one here, with Isaac Hayes, this really great stained glass piece by Joseph Cavalieri, another New York artist, highlighting... some thing Isaac is know for which is his car collections, and of course his iconic 'Black Moses' record album, that came about in the early 1970's"
-- Jeff Kollath, Executive Director of the STAX Museum in Memphis Tennessee. Live segment on WATN TV (July 27, 2015)

Critics' Pick: "Cavalieri's illuminated, painted-stained-glass images give a pseudoreligious treatment
to a wide variety of ... subjects"
  -- Ethan La Croix, TIME OUT NEW YORK (August 24, 2015)


-The Blade Toledo, Ohio, video and article on Cavalieri class and lecture by
- The Blade, Toledo, Ohio, article and photo by Roberta Gedert (2019)
- City Paper Pittsburgh article and photo by Lisa Cunning. (2019)
- TRIB live article and photos by Mary Pickles (2019)
- East Village Grieve interview and photographs by Stacey Joy (2019)
- Queer PGH interview by Rachel Lange (2019)
- BCTV Live Interview by Ron Schira (2018)
- "Gay Artist Decamps to Reading to Create Own 'Wonderland,' Philadelphia Gay News Article (2018)
- "Stained-glass artist will complete a residency at the GoggleWorks in Reading" article by Susan L. Pena
- "GoggleWork Center for the Arts Welcomes 3 Resident Artists for the Summer" article by
- "Stained Glass Windows of R. Crumb" article on Dangerous Minds by Martin Schnieder (2018)

From Philadelphia Gay News article (2017)
PGN: Random-question time. What’s an art piece you’d love to own?
MC: Actually it’s in the upcoming exhibit. One of the artists, Joseph Cavalieri.....

- "Return of Our Lady" video produced by the Sacatar Foundation, Brazil (2017)
- iBahia Media "Artista americano desenvolve obra para Igreja de Nossa Senhora em Itaparica" article, by Rafael Sena  (November 22, 2017)
- "Power of Pop" exhibition listing/article by ArtHaps
- UrbanGlass Blog, Thursday September 14, 2017 | by Joseph Modica
- Cover image and article for “Working Title Fine Art” Magazine (Spring 2017)
- Live Interview (at Solo Show at Glass Axis) on Good Day Columbus (Ohio) (Nov. 11, 2016)
- Article on Cavalieri's Uroboros Art Residency, (2016)
- "W42ST" Cover and article, Issue 15, March (2016)
- "Student Zone" article in the March issue of Glass Network (2016)
- "The Variety Show" article in the May/June issue of Glass Art (2016)
- "Stained Glass Gets an Update in North Salem" article in ArtsNews, an Arts Westchester publication (2016) 
- "OUT & About" W42 Magazine article (2015)
- "Shaft of Light" Brooklyn Eagle article (2015)
- Wall Street International article (2015)
Juror Joseph Cavalieri talks “Superstition & Belief”. An exhibition Cavalieri judged in the DC area. (2015)
- "EXPO: D-light at the OUT Hotel" by Mister Emma (French review)   (2015)
"Visitors should look out for the 21st-century take on the stained-glass tradition in
 Joseph Cavalieri’s window depicting Jackie Onassis." - Review by Georgina Adam The Art Market  (2015)
- W42 listing on the OUT Hotel (2015)
- Artist Demonstration for Uroboros, Portland, OR (2015)
- Article on being a juror for an art exhibition in the DC area (2015) 
- Fine Art Magazine on exhibition at the OUT Hotel (2015)
- Featured in "Glass as a New Artistic Medium" book by Koen Vanderstukken (2015)
- “Joseph Cavalieri: Sexual Identity Rendered en Rogue” David Schnuckel article in GASnews, Volume 25, Issue 2, Summer 2014
- Interview of Joseph Cavalieri and his residency at the Torpedo Factory by Allison Holdridge. (2014)
- Work featured in "VOICES X" video. (2014)
-  Art & Art Deadlines Featured Artist (2014)
- “The Constructions of Adam Kurtzman” Cavalieri wrote this article forGlashaus Magazine (Issue 2/2014)
- “Joseph Cavalieri: Not Your Typical Artist” feature article by Jen Woo for Dot 429 Magazine (2013)
- "One New York Artist - Joseph Cavalieri" WNYC interview by Gisele Ragetao (2013)
- Ebony Magazine Article on the “Motown 2 Def Jam” exhibit at La Maison d’Art Gallery, Harlem, New York
- Editor’s Pick and Critic’s pick. Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe Correspondent (2013)
- Playing with Fire” article in Hand/Eye by Alice Dana Spencer (2013)
- “Superstars of Glass Hold Court in St. Pete” Tampa Bay Times article by Lennie Bennett (2013)
- “A Shining Star... of the Super Bowl Weekend...St. Petersburg” Elizabeth Gordon of Rabbits Moon Studio blogspot (2013)
- Village Voice New York listing (2012)
- Featured artist in “Beginner’s Guide to Kiln-formed Glass” book by Brenda Griffith. (2013 edition)
- “Pop Filter Hot Picks” Jenifer Baron at POP City, Pittsburgh PA. (2012)
-  “Strip District Exhibit Examines Humor in Art” article by Kurt Shaw / Pittsburgh Trib (2012)
- American Craft Council Interview “Stained Glass, Pop Icons” by Monica Moses, (2012)
- “Bulgaria Shines” article by Joseph Cavalieri in Glahaus magazine (2012)
- American Glass Guild Grant. James C. Whitney Scholarship (2012 and 2013)
- Glashaus/Glasshouse Magazine. “Fitting Glass into Art Residencies” Article by Joseph Cavalieri. (2012)
- “OCCCA Presents ‘Gothic’: Bleak Days, Black Nights”  OC Weekely Arts article by Stacy Davies. (2012)
- “Humor & Craft”, featured work in this book by Brigitte Martin (2012)
- ID Verre Infos / CERFAU (Centre Européen de Recherches et de Formation aux Arts Verriers magazine. Featured article (2011)
- Reading Eagle review 22nd Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works, New Arts Program, Inc., Kutztown, PA (2011)
- Awarded “The Community of Education: A Retreat for Teaching Artists" Penland School of Crafts (2011)
- Artsy Shark/A Site for Emerging Artists, and Glass Art Society News “Is an Art Residency Right for You?” article written by Joseph Cavalieri (2011) 
- Glashaus/Glasshouse Magazine. “Glass & Berlin: The True Meaning of Glass” Issue 3/2011, article and review written by Joseph Cavalieri. (2011)
- The GLASS Quarterly Hot Sheet “Three Questions for... Joseph Cavalieri” (2011)
- AGG News, Spring 2011 Interview
- “Earth Cross High Speed Video” by Seth and Sarah Wharton. February 2011
- Neues Glas / New Glass Magazine, Germany. Article written by Jennifer Scanlan Associate Curator, Museum of Arts and Design, New York. (2010)
- American Style Magazine / Vol 17, no. 2. Article by Lee Lawrence. (2010)
- New York Magazine listing/ Miranda Siegel - August 23, (2010)
- American Craft “Cavalieri and Crumb at MAD” article (July 2010)
- Cover story Glashaus Internationales Magazine für Studioglas. (2010)
- Alternative Media Group of Australia article by Jacob Moss. (2010)
- Finalist “4th International Arte Laguna Prize” at the Venice Arsenale, Venice Italy and publication in the exhibition catalogue (2010).
- The Daily Telegraph Article by James Nye, Picture of the Day: 18 January (2010)
- METRO New York Newspaper “Artist Crucifies Cartoon” article by Sofie Pedersen. (2010)
- Brooklyn Daily Eagle “Stained Glass Illustrates ‘Simpsons’” article by Caitlin McNamara. (2010)
- Glass Arts Society “Artist Profile: Joseph Cavalieri” by Rebeca Schiller. Vol 21, Issue 1, Page 11. (2010)
- UrbanGlass Blog (2010)
- HAND/EYE Magazine “Novel Gothic” article by Rebecca Schiller. (2009)
- Brooklyn Daily Eagle article by Caitlin McNamara (2009)
- 2 articles The Boston Globe Newspaper and web news (2009)
- STUFF Magazine, Boston, magazine and web (2009)
- Mervyn Peake blog on Gormenghast commission (2009)
- Objetos Con Vidrio (2009)
- “Stained Glass Demonstration: Joseph Cavalieri” at NorthLands Creative Glass, Lybster, Scotland. (2008)
- Glass Arts Society EMERGING ARTIST AWARD (2008)
- The Glass Arts Society Journal (Portland OR): page 27-29 (Emerging Artist, 2008)
- John O’Groat Journal, Scotland, two newspaper and web news atricles (2008)
- All Reel News web news. Review on glass and exhibit at the Jonathan Shorr Gallery (2007)
- Dixon Place Theater “CavaGlass: Work from 1997-2005” (film, NY): Honoree for design contributions (2006)
- The Corning Museum of Glass: 25 years of New Glass Review, NY: 126, 130, 131 (2005)
- Corning Museum of Glass: New Glass Review, NY: Issue 25, page 9 (2004)
- Glastar Art Glass Competition: First prize “hot/warm glass” category, (2004)
- Glass Magazine: Issue 92, page 50 (2003)
- Silvermine Guild Arts Center: Silvermine Board of Trustees Award, New Canaan, CT (2002)