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During the Middle Ages, a time of famine, plague and Viking invasions, glassmaking techniques were preserved in the monasteries.
But as exhibition organiser Michelle Keeling points out, the Biennale is unique in the cross-section it offers through contemporary glassmaking.
Crystal Clear: Glassmaking in the North East chronicles the history of the industry in the region from Roman times to the present day and is on show until Sunday.
Sixteenth-century Venetian painters, renowned for their brilliant and colorful works of art, may have borrowed a few tricks from an unlikely source: glassmaking.
11 attacks on the World Trade Center, includes Islamic glass found in archaeological sites, seventh-century works influenced by imperial Roman glassmaking traditions, Iranian relief-cut glass, ornately gilded and enameled works from the 13th and 14th centuries, and 19th-century Persian and Indian glass.
DAVE Barras has been in the glassmaking industry ever since he left school at the age of 15.
Archeologists also reported finding traces of two buildings within the fort, evidence of glassmaking and copper-working industries there and thousands of other artifacts, including swords, armor, a smoking pipe, jewelry, ceramics and coins.
Automation plays a key role at the plant and blends together the art of glassmaking with the high technology needed to meet production, quality, consumer safety, and environmental protection goals.
Alison Lowery's passion for glassmaking was sparked by a short course in glass-fusing at the National Glass Centre in Sunderland.
From August 23 to September 11, the IFG will include the prestigious British Glass Bienniale, four-day Glass Festival and glassmaking masterclasses.
A listed kiln from one of the area's oldest glassmaking firms is now the centrepiece of Barratt West Midlands' Brierley Hill development, in Honeybourne Park.
THE Daily Post played a starring role in a world record glassmaking project at Design Show Liverpool.
It appears that following the decline of small-scale glassmaking in Yorkshire in the latter part of the 18th century, several members of the Tate family moved to Liverpool and we believe that at around the same time the Williamson family moved to Warrington.
Saint-Gobain has abrasives, ceramics, plastics and glassmaking operations in Central Massachusetts.
To tie in with the Museum's current glassmaking exhibition, Crystal Clear: Glassmaking in the North East, there will be a variety of glass-themed activities for families.