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Glass artists to give lunchtime lectures at Corning Museum of Glass

Post Time:Mar 19,2012Classify:Industry NewsView:223

Corning —Artists Mathieu Grodet and Norwood Viviano will lecture from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday March 22 at Corning Museum of Glass.

The talks are part of the museum's artists-in-residence lunchtime lecture series, which give artists a chance to speak about their works.

Grodet creates thin, elegant glass objects in a classic Venetian style, engraved with imagery addressing modern issues and ideas.

Viviano uses digital 3D modeling and printing technology along with casting to create sculptures, including blown glass forms.

Corning Museum of Glass is located at 1 Museum Way, Corning.

 

Artists Mathieu Grodet and Norwood Viviano will lecture from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday March 22 at Corning Museum of Glass.

The talks are part of the museum's artists-in-residence lunchtime lecture series, which give artists a chance to speak about their works.

Grodet creates thin, elegant glass objects in a classic Venetian style, engraved with imagery addressing modern issues and ideas.

Viviano uses digital 3D modeling and printing technology along with casting to create sculptures, including blown glass forms.

Corning Museum of Glass is located at 1 Museum Way, Corning.

Source: www.the-leader.comAuthor: shangyi

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