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Studio Faculty Presentation: Jordana Korsen, Eusheen Goines and Janet Dalecki

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January 23, 2018 7:30pm to 9:00pm
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This week features Jordana Korsen, Eusheen Goines, and Janet Dalecki in the Studio Faculty Presentations series.

Hear from some of the best-known glassmakers in the world through free, informal public lectures by Studio faculty, Tuesday nights throughout the winter class sessions.

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Janet Dalecki

Janet Dalecki

Janet Dalecki found her passion for glassmaking in 1999 while pursuing a degree in fine arts at Alfred University. Since graduation, she has worked continuously in glass for various northeast studios using glassblowing, fusing, stained glass and mosaic techniques.

Eusheen Goines (Photo by @photosilicate)

Eusheen Goines

Eusheen Goines is an internationally-recognized flameworker known for his flowing shapes and detailed pattern work. Goines’ career began in 2000 while learning with Mike Luna and Darby Holm, and later, Banjo (Matthew Stroven). In 2006, he discovered the joy of teaching, which led to a career as an educator, sharing his techniques in Japan and the United States.

Jordana Korsen

Jordana Korsen

Jordana Korsen has been working with hot glass for more than 20 years, focusing on functional work with a sculptural touch. As a glassblower, she creates clean forms with a sense of humor. Korsen describes her work as “spontaneous, whimsical and free,” yet “polished, controlled, and technically sound.”