The Flood of ’72 Videos

The Flood of ’72 Videos

Posted on May 8, 2013 in Area Fun!, Corning Museum of Glass, Top Posts

A friend of mine recently posted the above video on her Facebook. It’s a great look back at Corning a few days before and directly after the flood of ’72. CMoG’s Flood of ’72 Exhibit Earlier this year I had a chance to check out the Flood of ’72 exhibit at the Corning Museum of […]

Afghanistan, Glass, & My Girlfriend

Afghanistan, Glass, & My Girlfriend

Posted on Apr 24, 2013 in Area Fun!, Corning Museum of Glass, Misc

Researchers happened across a glass factory in Afghanistan that was using practices known from ancient texts nearly 3,000 years old…

Rare Portrait @ CMoG

Rare Portrait @ CMoG

Posted on Mar 26, 2013 in Best of Corning, Corning Museum of Glass

It’s cool to think about how we have things like this in our own back yard.

Warren Miller’s Like There’s No Tomorrow | Movie and Lift Tickets!

Warren Miller’s Like There’s No Tomorrow | Movie and Lift Tickets!

Posted on Oct 27, 2011 in Corning Museum of Glass, Parks and Rec

Get pumped up for ski season and some free tickets! I never miss this event. Bergers Ski and Snowboard Shop is hosting the new Warren Miller movie, Like There’s No Tomorrow, at the Corning Museum of Glass on November 4th at 7PM

Glassmaking as a Language | Live at CMoG

Glassmaking as a Language | Live at CMoG

Posted on Jul 20, 2011 in Corning Museum of Glass

Today at 10:30AM, CMoG is live streaming a flameworking class named “Glassmaking as a Laguage” from The Studio. The class is by renowned glass artist Gianni Toso.

Journey to Palomar

Journey to Palomar

Posted on Jun 25, 2011 in Corning Museum of Glass

I happened upon the PBS documentary The Journey To Palomar the other day, and quite a lot of the program takes place right here in Corning, NY.

Glassfest 2011: New Website Launched!

Glassfest 2011: New Website Launched!

Posted on Feb 27, 2011 in Corning Museum of Glass, Local News

The relatively new local event Glassfest has launched a website for the 2011 celebration. It’s a fantastically designed event site that doubles as a way to explore our area.

A Day Made of Glass

A Day Made of Glass

Posted on Feb 13, 2011 in Corning Museum of Glass, Local News

Corning, Inc put out this cool video showcasing their existing and [hopefully near] future glass technology applications. It’s a future I’d like to be part of…  You know, a future when technology actually simplifies and enriches our lives.