Frederick Carder Glass Lecture - TOMORROW, October 5|
Posting Number 3286 Date: 10/04/19 Return to Posting List
In conjunction with the current exhibition of Frederick Carder glass on display at the Binghamton University Art Museum entitled "Steuben's Era of Color: The Glass of Frederick Carder" (on view through December 7, 2020), there is a lecture TOMORROW, Saturday, October 5 at 2:00 pm.
The lecture will be given by Dr. Amy Robbins, a recent PhD from Binghamton University's anthropology department, and is entitled "Frederick Carder's Colorful Experiments in Glass."
The lecture will take place in the Binghamton University Art Museum galleries. The lecture and admission to the galleries are free and open to the public. The art museum galleries are located in the Fine Arts Building which is just a short drive from the main university entrance. There is parking nearby.
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Thank you!! Bonnie Salzman
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Symposium--Unexpected Color: A Journey Through Glass - Amy Simon Hopwood
Amy Simon Hopwood walked us through the beautifully curated Carder Steuben collection of Thomas N. Armstrong III currently on exhibit at the Newark Museum.
We learned about Mr. Armstrongs love of art and design and saw photos of his homes that included Carder Steuben pieces integrated throughout. For those wishing to see more of his collection in the context of his homes, his self-published book, A Singular Vision is available through Amazon.
Ms. Simon Hopwood warmly invited us to Newark to view the exhibit.
summaries of the Symposium by Mitch Bush. Photography by Jack Hartwein-Sanchez
Click to view image one: Salzman.jpeg
Click to view image two: Hopwood.jpeg
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