Jack Lazarowski, designer, maker and an educator.
Jack has degrees in Industrial Design from Rhode Island School of Design and Teaching from Antioch Graduate School of Education.
Highlights of his professional career include anthropological classroom kits for the Boston Children’s Museum, an Artists in Schools Program for the Vermont Council on the Arts, Bicentennial Exhibits for Dartmouth College, a ceremonial mace for UVM, Commemorative Awards for the Smithsonian Museum and maple building blocks for the Frank Lloyd Wright Institute. He has crafted in a wide range of materials from wood and stone to metal and glass: kaleidoscopes, furniture, lighting and weather instruments. He is currently making patented symphony flutes in the rare earth metals Tantalum and Niobium.
For thirty years he and his wife Linda raised two children in Charlotte and so began a connection with the Shelburne Craft School. Both children took classes at the school and have since matured into creative adults. He and his family are all committed to the value of making beautiful things in this life.