Glass is Tomorrow II: Second report of the workskop and video documentary.
The second GLASS IS TOMORROW II workshop took place at the Domaine de Boisbuchet (FR) from 8 until 14 September 2013 in collaboration with local partner Domaine de Boisbuchet with The Corning Museum of Glass (US) and The GlassLab™. For one week, 5 postgraduated students from different parts of Europe and glassblowers gathered together in order to experiment the theme LIQUID FUSION. Claire Baldeck (FR), Stéphane Halmaï-Voisard (CA/CH), David Hanauer (D), Louis Thompson (UK), Terese Waenerlund (SE), Jeanne Gautier (FR) and Flavie Audi (FR). 

Posted 30 November 2013

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Discover the creative process and atmosphere of this week on the GIT II video report of the Domaine de Boisbuchet’s workshop on the site Pro Materia, a video by Anne Croquet (BE)
GLASS IS TOMORROW is an European network wich aims at establishing a more fluid exchange of knowledge and competencies between glass and design professionals in the north, south, east and west of Europe. The first phase of GLASS IS TOMORROW – GIT I happened from 1 June 2011 until 31 May 2013. Supported by the Culture Programme of the European Union, it has promoted since the beginning a high level of craft and design in contemporary glass. Glass aesthetics and techniques have been explored by tandems of designers and glassmakers to develop new typologies of everyday objects.        
In its second phase which has started up on 1st June 2013 and will last until 31 May 2015, GLASS IS TOMORROW – GIT II will aim at collaborating further with high end glass centers and postgraduate education departments specialized into glass design, in order to increase the quality of the glass production in Europe and the awareness of the European glass culture, tradition and innovations towards the professional world and the general public (including the applied arts and design collectors).

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