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My Coloring Book: Science Fun with Furnace Glass Color


November 2 - 3, 2019 9:00am to 4:00pm
Weekend Workshop

In this class for furnace glass workers, we’ll talk about the science of glass colors: what makes the color, and both why and how colorants can change the workability, expansion, and reactivity of glass. Through demos using bar, cane, and melts, students will get a hands-on feel of the chemistry and physics forces at work. In projects, students can use the information to push the limits of technique and design and search for new definitions of compatible.

 Students must have completed a beginning glassblowing course. Intermediate and advanced students are also welcome. 


8 spots available.
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G. Jane Cook

Jane Cook was the Chief Scientist at The Corning Museum of Glass where she was the Museum's principal resource on the science and technology of glass to the public and the glass art community. Dr...

Jeremy Unterman

Jeremy Unterman began working with glass in 1999. He earned a BFA from the Tyler School of Art, and is currently a member of the technical team at The Studio.