Glass of the Architects Programs

Glass of the Architects Programs

Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1937 and Austrian design have inspired our gaffers, and maybe even you! During the exhibition, visitors can enjoy a Make Your Own Glass experience inspired by objects featured in the show; special flameworking demos that explore the differences between machine-made and hand-made objects; in-gallery activities that invite visitors to create their own pattern based on those in the exhibition; lectures; and more. Visit this page often to find out what new events and activities have been added.

Make Your Own Glass

Make Your Own Glass Ornament
Our glassblowers were inspired by some of the designs in the Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1937 exhibition and created this unique, limited-time ornament. This project is appropriate for all ages.

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Special Glass Demos

Special Glass Demos: The Artisan's Hand
Can a machine to do what talented glassmakers can create by hand? This demo prepares guests to explore exhibits on mechanically-produced glass in the Innovation Center and the Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900–1937 exhibition.

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Seminar on Glass

57th Annual Seminar on Glass
This year's Seminar will focus on the theme of cut and engraved glass. Presenters will explore the international influences from 1825–1945, that helped cut and engraved glass, and Corning, New York, to flourish.

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Make your own art

Make your own design drawing
Visit Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1937 and create your own design inspired by the many patterns found within the gallery.