Chautauqua Visual Arts hosts an exhibiting artist for a live lecture through the Virtual Porch on CHQ Assembly. The lecture will be followed by an open conversation and Q&A session moderated by Judy Barie, the Susan and John Turben Director of Chautauqua Visual Arts (CVA) Galleries. Audience members are encouraged to participate. Hosted by Judy Barie, the Susan and John Turben Director of Chautauqua Visual Arts (CVA) Galleries. Glass artist Beth Lipman is renowned for her sculptural compositions which recreate the bounty and visual sumptuousness of Renaissance and Baroque still-life paintings, particularly 17th-century Dutch scenes. Lipman takes elements from these paintings—static composition, expressive light and opulent decoration—and translates the scenes into 3 D glass. Lipman earned a bachelor of fine arts from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in 1994. She has received grants from the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, Peter S. Reed Foundation, the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts/National Endowment for the Arts and the Ruth Chenven Foundation. Recently, she received the 2006 UrbanGlass Award for New Talent. Lipman served as the education director at UrbanGlass in Brooklyn, N.Y. from 1997 to 2000. She has taught at the Pratt Fine Arts Center at New York University, the Parsons School of Design and the Bard Graduate Center, all in New York City. Since 2005 she has served as the Arts/Industry coordinator of the artist-in-residence program at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.