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Michael Schunke & Josie Gluck: Guest Artist Demonstration

Amphitheater Hot Shop
July 19, 2018 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Michael Schunke & Josie Gluck: Guest Artist Demonstration

See guest artists Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck in a live, narrated demonstration in the Amphitheater Hot Shop on July 19 from 6 to 8 pm.

Collaborative partners since 2010, Schunke and Gluck are known for their intricate and beautifully formed goblets. Together, they own and operate Vetro Vero glassblowing and design studio in Pennsylvania.

These demos are included in the cost of admission (kids and teens 17 and under are free).

Can't make it to the Museum? Watch the live stream! Each demonstration will be added to our YouTube channel. See the full listing of past live-streamed demonstrations, and check back for new videos soon.

Michael Schunke

Michael Schunke

Michael Schunke founded his first company, Nine Iron Studios, in 1998. He has taught at many institutions, including the Toyama City Institute of Glass Art in Japan, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, and Penland School of Crafts. His work is widely exhibited, and is in museum collections worldwide. Schunke has been teaching and working collaboratively with Josie Gluck since 2010.

Josie Gluck

Josie Gluck

Josie Gluck was a member of Dale Chihuly’s and Lino Tagilapietra’s glassblowing teams before earning a Master’s of Fine Art in Designed Objects from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has taught at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Cam Ocagi (Istanbul, Turkey), and Pratt Fine Arts Center. Gluck has been teaching and working collaboratively with Michael Schunke since 2010.

Black Goblets by Michael Schunke

Cups and Color

Michael Schunke
Josie Gluck
July 16 - 27, 2018
Two-Week Session

With an intense focus on color chemistry and melting practice, this goblet-making workshop will provide students with regular opportunities to hone their glassblowing skills. Students will mix and melt a series of colors to gather directly out of the furnace for goblet-making. Students may record color recipes for future personal use.