glass-blowing


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glass-blowing

n
(Ceramics) the process of shaping a mass of molten or softened glass into a vessel, shape, etc, by blowing air into it through a tube
ˈglass-ˌblower n
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glass-blowing

[ˈglɑːsˌbləʊɪŋ] nsoffiatura del vetro
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Festival organisers have revealed the programme will feature stunning glass exhibitions, celebrity doodles turned into glass and a massive glass-blowing challenge called Community Breath.
And anyone inspired to try his or her hand at processes involving glass might like to know that the National Glass Centre is running a number of adult classes and courses this month ranging from glass-blowing and fusing to making glass jewellery and tableware.
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Hot Night In The City WOOphoria Glass-blowing demonstrations, enameling and clay creating, blacksmithing, music and food are some of the highlights, 5:30-8 p.
While the art form has grown, there are still few colleges in Minnesota and Wisconsin that offer glass-blowing programs, Breadon said.
TOUCH J VASE Examining one of the creations BLOWING J OFF STEAM Ireland boss has some time away from the stresses of international management POLE Z POSITION Giovanni Trapattoni gets to grips with glass-blowing rod at Waterford Crystal, Co Waterford, yesterday
The limitations of glass-blowing, as well as the obvious thermal drawbacks of the material, meant that cups, saucers and teapots, for example, aren't numerous in glass.
I own a glass-blowing studio and art gallery across the street from The Dining Room and watch the activities over there on a daily basis.
Chihuly's connections to Italy date to 1968, when he was awarded a Fulbright fellowship to work at a factory in Venice where he learned glass-blowing techniques and how to work with a team of craftspeople.
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