Hot Glass Show at Sea

Hot Glass Show at Sea

The Museum collaborates with Celebrity Cruises to tell the world about glass. Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Equinox, and Celebrity Eclipse each include a hotshop on the top deck of the ship where Corning Museum of Glass gaffers present live, narrated Hot Glass Show glassblowing demonstrations. A popular activity for guests, the Hot Glass Show at sea reaches more than 300,000 people each year. The ships visit ports around the world.

Celebrity Cruises SeaPass Discount
Those who have experienced the Hot Glass Show at Sea aboard the Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Equinox, or Celebrity Eclipse, or traveled on any Celebrity Cruises ship are invited to visit the Museum as a special guest! Just show your Celebrity SeaPass and receive free admission for two and a 10% discount in the GlassMarket. Plus, kids and teens, 19 and under, are always free. (Valid for US residents only through December 31, 2014. The offer is non-transferable and you must provide a photo ID. Discount applies to non-sale items purchased in-store only. May not be used in conjunction with any other discount.)

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We have made it to the northernmost capital of the world! For being such a small city, Reykjavik packs a lot of punch in the art department. Despite the gloomy weather year-round, the residents keep things very cheery with brightly colored buildings and murals. I must have collected about two-... more
I am so very excited to be back in the Baltic! Scandinavia is incredibly magical. One of my favorite places in the entire world is Copenhagen. It is such a clean and well-kept city, full of street art and beautiful architecture. Because of the fantastic bike paths that run through the city, many of... more
Waiting for the Baltic region to warm up, the Celebrity Eclipse happily heads out to the Mediterranean shortly after crossing the Atlantic Ocean. Being a very similar climate to San Diego, where I live, I encounter lots of familiar plant species and feel right at home. Malaga, Spain is a beautiful... more
Lovely landscapes dotted with tiny churches abound in the fjords of Norway. Hello again! It has been a whirlwind of a summer and fall on the Celebrity Eclipse sailing to never-before-seen ports of call in the Baltic Sea and discovering new Scandinavian and Norwegian glass and design studios. I had... more
Catherine Ayers was first drawn to the magic of glass when she enrolled in an introductory glassblowing class at The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass. She earned a BFA in glass at The Rochester Institute of Technology, working at The Studio during summer breaks. Catherine furthered her... more