The Corning Museum of Glass will bring its GlassLab design program to New York this summer with a month-long series of free public glassmaking performances on Governors Island. New York-based designers will bring their sketchbooks and concepts and work side-by-side with master glassmakers in a unique mobile hotshop developed by the Museum. The teams will prototype their design ideas in live glassblowing sessions, allowing audiences to watch the evolution of the designs as they are created. The design performances will feature contemporary graphic designers included in the onsite exhibition Graphic Design – Now in Production, presented by Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. (Read more…)
This post was originally published by core77.com on July 13, 2012.