Watch as Hot Glass Demo Team gaffer Helen Tegeler and Curatorial Assistant Linnea Seidling explore the topic of adornments worn and enjoyed by fashionable members of society in 18th-century Britain.
Alongside Seidling’s curatorial perspective, Tegeler will use hot glass to show a contemporary take on the idea of adornment.
Join us for our summer live stream demo series highlighting objects and themes from our new exhibition, In Sparkling Company: Glass and the Costs of Social Life in Britain During the 1700s.
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 glassmaker Helen Tegeler on Thursday, June 17 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.
From growth patterns, developmental structures, and surface textures, Helen Tegeler feels there are infinite design possibilities when interpreting nature in glass.