Dale Chihuly interview [sound recording] / with William Warmus ; The Corning Museum of Glass.

Title: 
Dale Chihuly interview [sound recording] / with William Warmus ; The Corning Museum of Glass.
Author/Artist: 
Chihuly, Dale, 1941-, interviewee
Description: 
6 audio discs (ca. 279 min.) : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Warmus, William, interviewee.
Corning Museum of Glass.
Bib ID: 
118076
Notes: 
Dale Chihuly, glass artist ; William Warmus, Curator, Corning Museum of Glass.
Interview conducted by William Warmus, Seattle, WA, 14 July 1981.
The conversation begins with Chihuly talking about the American studio glass movement. He credits Harvey Littleton with starting the movement in the United States, but credits Erwin Eisch as being the single most influential person on the movement.
digitized 20101201 Sax Communications Digitized from audio cassettes.
digitized 20130601 CMoG Digital file re-created from digitized DVD made by Sax Communications.
Rakow Library owns original audio cassettes.
Not commercially available.
Event Notes: 
Interview conducted by William Warmus, Seattle, WA, 14 July 1981.