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Rob Cassetti as Guest Judge on Blown Away Season 2
January 9, 2021

Arguably the hottest show on Netflix, the glassblowing competition series Blown Away–once again featuring expert glassmakers from The Corning Museum of Glass–returns for a second season on January 22, 2021. The Museum will also host an exhibit of work made during Season 2, featuring one... more

Tree of Life Menorah
November 16, 2020
The holidays sparkle at The Corning Museum of Glass, where a dazzling 14’ tree made entirely out of 2,000 glass ornaments greets visitors in the Admissions Lobby. This year, our collection of décor made by the Museum’s Hot Glass Demo Team is expanding to include symbols of culturally diverse... more
Casket with glass panels, about 1760-1770.
October 23, 2020
On May 22, The Corning Museum of Glass will open the groundbreaking exhibition In Sparkling Company: Glass and the Costs of Social Life in Britain During the 1700s. Presenting the glass objects that delighted the British elite, the exhibition examines how those goods defined social rituals... more


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Japanese artist and educator Rui Sasaki was selected to create the Museum’s 33rd Rakow Commission, which will be featured as the 100th work in New Glass Now. Sasaki will visit CMoG to deliver a Behind the Glass lecture about her work on March 28 at 6:30 p.m., after which, her work will be unveiled... more
The Corning Museum of Glass is thrilled to share news of an exciting collaboration on the forthcoming Netflix series, Blown Away, which will bring the art and beauty of glassblowing to television screens around the world. A visually compelling process often described as “mesmerizing” and “... more
Today, The Studio announced the 2019 Artists-in-Residence recipients: twelve artists from around the world who will each spend one month at The Studio, researching and experimenting with new techniques to further their work. Additionally, two artists and two scholars have been selected for the... more