An introduction to furnace glassblowing [videorecording] / The Studio, The Corning Museum of Glass.

Title: 
An introduction to furnace glassblowing [videorecording] / The Studio, The Corning Museum of Glass.
Publisher: 
Corning, N.Y. : The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass, 2004.
Description: 
1 videocassette (35 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
1 videodisc (35 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Gudenrath, William.
Schwartz, Amy.
Corning Museum of Glass. Studio.
Format of Material: 
Video
Bib ID: 
89848
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Location: 
Audio/Video Collection
Call Number: 
Corning Museum of Glass. Foundation Series. Volume 1.
Holdings Note: 
VHS.
Location: 
Audio/Video Collection
Call Number: 
Corning Museum of Glass. Foundation Series. Volume 1.
Holdings Note: 
DVD.
Location: 
Audio/Video Collection
Call Number: 
Corning Museum of Glass. Foundation Series. Volume 1.
Holdings Note: 
DVD Digitized Preservation Copy
Variant Title: 
Shelving title: Corning Museum of Glass Foundation Series. Volume 1
Notes: 
Title from VHS and DVD labels and containers.
Commercially distributed by The Corning Museum of Glass.
Produced by The Studio, The Corning Museum of Glass; music performed by William Gudenrath, videography/editing, by Dennis Murray, Gemini Media.
Introduction by Amy Schwarz, Deputy Director, Education Programs & The Studio, The Corning Museum of Glass; and narrated by William Gudenrath, Resident Advisor, The Studio, The Corning Museum of Glass.
Videotaped at The Studio, The Corning Museum of Glass, in Corning, NY, November 2004.
"Designed to help beginning students learn basic glassworking techniques. The Studio's resident adviser offers a step-by-step approach to learning how to begin to blow glass at the furnace. Mr. Gudenrath starts with simple exercises and then proceeds to teach students the basics of creating a tumbler, a tall vessel, and a low vessel. A must see for all those who wish to master basic furnace glassblowing" --Container.
Also available in PAL.
VHS.
DVD.
Event Notes: 
Videotaped at The Studio, The Corning Museum of Glass, in Corning, NY, November 2004.