Jim Mongrain demonstrates a variety of Venetian goblet techniques using the help of assistants Sarah Gilbert, Nick Fruin, Jason Christian, and twelve year-old Theron Hanks. He prefers focusing on showing the technical side of the Italian technique. “I’ve always enjoyed … Read more →
In a method she calls “hot printing,” Keke Cribbs brings her background in print to this collaboration with sculptor Ross Richmond. Keke drew a pattern in colored fine glass powder while Ross began working the glass. Ross then carefully rolled … Read more →
With a bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and a Ph.D in Biology, you’d think that Rodman Miller would be conducting research as a university professor. Instead, Rodman prefers the hot shop. “Yes,” he says, “this is much more fun.” The great-grandson … Read more →
The challenge: to create a twisty, or “twisty inspired” cup in 10 minutes. Joe Miller from M-Space explains how creativity and performance are judged at the annual competition, now in its 8th year.