Watch as master flameworkers Eric Goldschmidt and Caitlin Hyde along with Curator of Ancient Glass Katherine Larson, PhD explore the theme of Bacchus, the Roman god of wine and agriculture.
Alongside Larson's curatorial perspective, Goldschmidt and Hyde team up at the torch to sculpt a compositional glass portrait of Bacchus from borosilicate sheet glass and rods.
Join us for our summer live stream demo series highlighting objects and themes from our new exhibition, Fire and Vine: The Story of Glass and Wine.
In context of this exhibition, curators from The Corning Museum of Glass present historical perspectives on the glassmakers’ creations.
How to Join and Connect Live
Watch master flameworkers Eric Goldschmidt and Caitlin Hyde on Thursday, July 1 at 5:30 pm EDT, livestreamed on The Corning Museum of Glass YouTube channel.
Unable to watch the live event? The Live Stream will be uploaded to YouTube. Plus, find hundreds of hours of livestreamed demonstrations on the Corning Museum of Glass YouTube channel.
Since 1996, Eric Goldschmidt has devoted himself to practicing and developing the techniques of hot glass manipulation with a focus on flameworking, while studying and assisting with many of the world’s most talented glass artists.
Caitlin Hyde has been working with glass and other materials for more than 20 years, exploring a lifelong curiosity about our relationship with nature, social history, human creativity, and meaningful communication.