Goldie Poblador 

top photo by JL Javier, 2024 
bottom photo by
Anna Frumenti, 2021

Goldie Poblador is a visual artist who merges glass sculpture, performance, and video into multi-sensory installations that address themes of climate change and the emancipation of the female body.

Artist Biography

Goldie Poblador is best known for her multi-sensory installations that merge glass sculpture, scent, video and performance.  

She specializes in glass flameworking, a technique primarily reserved for Western voices and which she aims to shift. Her work combines Filipino mythology with the 19th century tradition of sculpting life forms in glass as popularized by the Blaschkas.

She has been exhibited internationally at such institutions as Urban Glass, 601Artspace,  the Yangon Secretariat Building  Knockdown Center, Islip Art Museum, The RISD museum, Cemeti Art House, Singapore Art Museum, Bangkok Art and Culture Center, Cité Internationale des Arts, Fine Art Museum of Hanoi, Lopez Memorial Museum and Library, Metropolitan Museum of Manila, The National Museum of the Filipino People and The Cultural Center of the Philippines.

She has received a grant from the Foundation of Contemporary Arts, a  President’s Scholarship from the Rhode Island School of Design, and the Philippine AIR Prize from Alliance Française de Manille. She has completed residencies at the Corning Museum of Glass, Oakspring Garden Foundation,Wassaic Project, The Hambidge Center, MASS MoCa, La Fragua and the Cité International des Arts.

She received her BFA in Studio Arts from the University of the Philippines in 2009. In 2015, she obtained her MFA in Glass at the Rhode Island School of Design.


Registered  as Goldieland Studio / New York, NY