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Travel from Paris to Pakistan with glass artist Milon Townsend! Hear about his early adventures with fire and glass, and how how path led from flameworking to casting and back. Enjoy thoughtful discussions about teaching, webinars, and intellectual property. Plus....a little bonus content on homemade explosive devices and how glassblowers like to make things go "boom!"

Join us April 30th and May 2nd for Milon's first online workshop! This first webinar, "Flameworking Dichroic Glass" will be an exciting exploration of some of his newest techniques, developed just for this LIVE EVENT! Find out more (and register) at www.glasspatterns.com.

This podcast is sponsored by Glasscraft Inc.

Direct download: Glasscaster_with_Milon_Townsend.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 10:37am EDT

You're going to love this interview with the Great Santini! One of the most talented transplanted Italians to grace American shores, Emilio's comedic antics will have you rolling in the aisles! You'll learn about life, love and the pursuit of happiness from one of the foremost flameworkers of our times.

We'd like to thank Glasscraft Inc. for sponsoring this podcast: www.glasscraftinc.com

To see some of Emilio's work and find out more about him, go to: www.santiniemilio.com

Ciao!

Direct download: The_Great_Santini.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 2:59pm EDT

If you don't know Tom Philabaum, you should! And here's your chance! This is an artist who's life story reads like an adventure novel….He studied with Harvey Littleton, has worked with Dale Chihuly, and has created immense public installations, including glass waterfalls and flying carpets! Now involved exploring the architectural limits of Dalle de Verre, he's a man of many talents. Have you ever enjoyed a Flame Off? You can thank Tom for that! He's the force behind the Sonoran Glass School in Tucson, where the Flame Off style of team competition originated. He has also given unselfishly over decades with the Glass Art Society. So pull up a chair and have a listen. This talented and laid-back artist is more influential than you ever dreamed! 

Be on the lookout for excerpts of this interview to appear in the 1/2013 issue of Glashaus Magazine….

Interview recorded at the 2012 Glass Art Society Conference.

Direct download: Glasscaster_with_Tom_Philabaum.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 2:10pm EDT