Watch as James Mongrain demonstrates for his class, Goblets: Form and Function, which will focus on developing contemporary form and function while exploring the Venetian tradition of glassmaking.
In the summer of 1971 something revolutionary was happening at a remote tree farm north of Seattle, in Washington State.
Every year the Carder Steuben Club holds a Symposium on Steuben glass, particularly made dur
Pyrex and Material Culture is the focus of the 54th annual Seminar at the Corning Museum of Glass, to be held on October 16 and 17, 2015. The theme complements the Museum’s exhibit America’s Favorite Dish: Celebrating a Century of Pyrex. The exhibit themes: personal connections to Pyrex, advertising and its role in the popularization of Pyrex, designing for the mid-century home, and women and the professionalization of home economics, all offer lenses that contribute to understanding Pyrex and material culture.