Conversations with Karol Wight: Traveling the World for Glass

The Studio
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November 10, 2012 11:00am to 12:00pm
Karol Wight, executive director

The Museum’s executive director, Karol Wight, talks about her recent trips to Jerusalem and Venice to study ancient glass collections. Collections include The Israel Museum, the Eretz Israel Museum, and sites at Beth She’arim and Sepphoris in Israel; Fondazone Cini and a private Venini collection in Venice.

The Museum presents a new Conversations lecture series exclusively for Ennion Society members and members at the Supporting and Patron levels ($250+).

Conversations is a series of engaging and informative one-hour talks presented in an intimate, informal setting. Enjoy a short presentation by Museum staff and other experts and then ask questions and join in the discussion.

Space is limited to 30 participants and an RSVP is required by Wednesday, November 7. Please contact Miriam Martinez at membership@cmog.org or call 607.438.5600 to RSVP.

Presentations take place in The Studio’s Lecture Room (across the parking lot from the Museum’s main building). The Conversations last one hour and are presented 11am–12pm.

Coffee will be served.