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Live Streamed Studio Demonstration: Kim Thomas

The Studio
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August 21, 2019 11:00am to 12:00pm
Black glass marionette monster with large teeth and claws

Sculptor and flameworker Kim Thomas shows students in her class how to incorporate moving parts into sculptures using borosilicate glass. Get an insider’s view during this live stream from her class Model & Motivity on August 21.

When not teaching at The Studio, Thomas, a former special effects make-up artist, works out of her studio in Philadelphia where she makes sculptures that depict grotesque and dilapidated creatures.

No registration or fee is required to watch this portion of the class. Watch on cmog.org or The Corning Museum of Glass Facebook page when the event is live.

Unable to watch the live stream? Each demo will be added to the Museum’s YouTube channel. See the full listing of past live streamed demonstrations, and check back for new videos soon.

Kimberly Thomas

Kimberly Thomas

Flameworker Kimberly Thomas has a penchant for the imperfect, the dilapidated, and the objectionable. Her sculptural work depicts the sometimes-grotesque flaws and idiosyncrasies that make us unique—glass teeth hang as pendants, vessels that look like severed fingers, and small bottles that sport toothy smiles.