New space, new light [electronic resource] : exploring the Contemporary Art + Design Wing at The Corning Museum of Glass / The Corning Museum of Glass and WENY-HD Productions ; Bruce Hauver II, producer.

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New space, new light [electronic resource] : exploring the Contemporary Art + Design Wing at The Corning Museum of Glass / The Corning Museum of Glass and WENY-HD Productions ; Bruce Hauver II, producer.

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1 streaming video file (30 min.) : digital, sound, color
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Stiehl, Renata, host.
Wight, Karol, 1958-, interviewee.
Quattrini, Nick, interviewer.
Ruffin, Adam, architect.
McKenzie, Asha, interviewer.
Oldknow, Tina, interviewee.
Potter, Samantha, interviewer.
Bunn, Warren interviewee.
Derosa, Leanne, interviewer.
Sayre, Scott, interviewee.
Cassetti, Robert K., interviewee.
Dimattel, Ross, interviewer.
Meek, Eric, interviewee.
Wilson, Logan, interviewer.
Fabrizi, Coleen, interviewee.
Eusden, Alan, interviewee.
Negri, Rich, interviewee.
Hauver, Bruce II, producer.
Corning Museum of Glass.
Lilly Broadcasting LLC.
WENY-TV (Television station : Elmira, N.Y.)
WENY-HD Productions.
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Video
Bib ID: 
143539
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Variant Title: 
Exploring the Contemporary Art + Design Wing at The Corning Museum of Glass
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Streaming video file.
Originally aired at 7:30 pm on WENY-TV, Friday, March 20th, 2015.
Bruce Hauver II, Joshua Strohl, graphics and editing ; Renata Stiel, Kimberly Thompson, executive producers.
Renata Stiehl, host ; Nick Quattrini, Asha McKenzie, Samantha Potter, Leanne Derosa, Ross Dimattel, Logan Wilson WENY-TV ; Adam Ruffin, project architect ; Karol Wight, president and executive director, The Corning Museum of Glass ; Tina Oldknow, senior curator of modern and contemporary glass, The Corning Museum of Glass ; Warren Bunn, collections and exhibition manager, The Corning Museum of Glass ; Scott Sayre, chief digital officer, The Corning Museum of Glass ; Rob Cassetti, senior director, marketing and creative services, The Corning Museum of Glass ; Eric Meek, manager hot glass programming, The Corning Museum of Glass ; Alan Eusden, chief operating officer, The Corning Museum of Glass ; Coleen Fabrizi, Corning's Gaffer District executive ; Rich Negri, mayor, city of Corning.
Produced in conjunction with the upcoming grand opening celebrations of the Contemporary Art + Design Wing at The Corning Museum of Glass, held March 20, 21, 22, 2015, Corning, New York, by WENY television and The Corning Museum of Glass.
Nine different segments highlighting different aspects of The Corning Museum of Glass and the new Contemporary Art + Design Wing. Karol Wight begins by explaining key reasons for this major expansion: lack of ample space in Museum for contemporary art, the size of contemporary glass, visitation numbers, and the popularity of the hot glass demonstrations.
Mode of access: internet.
Event Notes: 
Produced in conjunction with the upcoming grand opening celebrations of the Contemporary Art + Design Wing at The Corning Museum of Glass, held March 20, 21, 22, 2015, Corning, New York, by WENY television and The Corning Museum of Glass.
Contents: 
1) [History of the Corning Museum of Glass] / Renata Stiehl and Karol Wight --
2) Architecture of glass / Nick Quattrini with Adam Ruffin --
3) Beyond the glass / Asha McKenzie with Tina Oldknow --
4) Building the galleries / Samantha Potter with Warren Bunn --
5) Glass App: information at your fingertips / Leanne Derosa with Scott Sayre --
6) Hot shop history / Leanne Derosa with Rob Cassetti --
7) The hot glass team / Ross Dimattel with Eric Meek --
8) CMOG's impact on the community / Logan Wilson with Coleen Fabrizi, Alan Eusden, Rich Negri --
9) Closing remarks / Renata Stiel with Karol Wight.