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Biography: Jeff Mack

Jeff Mack
Jeff Mack
Hot Glass Programs Supervisor

Jeff Mack's career as a glassmaker has offered him a variety of opportunities, from factory production to working and studying with world-renowned glass artists.

He joined the Hot Glass Team in December 2015 as the new hot glass programs supervisor after 17 years spent working in a museum setting, most recently managing the Glass Pavilion at the Toledo Museum of Art, and as a glassblower and instructor at Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village prior to that. Mack's work references traditional techniques and is held in both public and private collections worldwide.

In his September 2012 Instructor Collaborative Residency at The Studio, Mack worked with Laura Donefer to imitate classic vessel shapes in the Museum’s collection, adding crazy “Doneferian” twists, loading them with texture and pattern.



Blog Posts by this Author

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More than 500 miles from Corning, at the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center in Virginia Beach, graphic artist and science illustrator Catherine Miller fell in love with Octopus salutii (Blaschka Nr. 573), one of the marine invertebrate models featured in Fragile Legacy: The Marine... more
Today’s blog author is Laurie Bousquet, a glass artist based in southern France near Montpellier. Having blown glass since 2000 and worked with the Hot Glass team at The Corning Museum of Glass for three years, she currently works at her family’s 150-acre vineyard and winery, Le Clos d... more