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T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S 2 Glass Art Society Board and Staff 3 From the Conference Co-Chairs 4 GAS President s Letter 5 Letter from the Mayor 6 Conference Schedule 14 Presentation Abstracts 25 Special
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T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S 2 Glass Art Society Board and Staff 3 From the Conference Co-Chairs 4 GAS President s Letter 5 Letter from the Mayor 6 Conference Schedule 14 Presentation Abstracts 25 Special Conference Events: GAS Collectors Tour Day of Glass Pre-Conference Reception Opening Ceremony, Awards, and Keynote Speech Posters Project Exhibition 16th Annual Goblet Grab Artist Portfolio Review Education Resource Center International Student Exhibition and Sales Gallery Hop Glassworks Black Out Bash GAS Annual Business Meeting and 2011 Preview School Presentations Forum GAS Auction Closing Night Party 31 Technical Display Booth Layout 32 Technical Display Exhibitors 35 Around the Conference: Gallery Hop and More 41 Pre- and Post-Conference Workshops GAS Lifetime Achievement Award: Mark Peiser GAS Honorary Lifetime Membership Award: Tom Philabaum 43 Conference Presenters Biographical Information 56 Board of Directors Biographical Information 60 Conference Co-Chairs Biographical Information 61 Glass Art Society Acknowledgments 64 GAS Conference Sponsors 67 Travel Tips and Transportation Things to Do in Kentucky 72 Maps: Marriott Hotel, Louisville, New Albany 76 Useful Phone Numbers 77 Index P R O G R A M B O O K 1 G L A S S A R T S O C I E T Y B O A R D & S TA F F Glass Art Society rd Avenue NW, Suite 329, Seattle, WA USA Tel: Fax: The Glass Art Society is a 501c3 non-profit, professional, international organization whose purpose is to encourage excellence, to advance education, to promote the appreciation and development of the glass arts, and to support the worldwide community of artists who work with glass. Board of Directors President Shane Fero Vice President Jeremy Lepisto Secretary Jutta-Annette Page Treasurer Pamina Traylor Rik Allen Eddie Bernard Robin Cass F.G. Rick Heath Geoff Isles Tracy Kirchmann (student representative) Jiyong Lee Caroline Madden Tommie Rush Wayne Strattman Elizabeth Swinburne Louisville Conference Committee Merrily Orsini, Co-Chair Ché Rhodes, Co-Chair J. Page von Roenn, Co-Chair Brook Forrest White, Jr., Co-Chair Dave Pender, Louisville Conference Logo Designer Audrey Petty, Event Coordinator Staff Pamela Figenshow Koss, Executive Director Patty Cokus, Executive Assistant Kate Dávila, Communications Manager Rosie Gaynor, Interim Communications Manager Katrina Ernst, Administrative Assistant/Registrar Karen Skrinde, Database Manager* Sarah Bak, Consultant* Susan Rossi-Wilcox, Journal Editor* Ted Cotrotsos, Graphic Designer* * Part-time Please hold onto this program book! There is a limited supply and we may not be able to replace a lost or forgotten book. Please hold onto your name badge! Your name badge is given to you at conference registration, and it is your ticket to all events included in the conference fee. If your badge is lost, another will be issued to you at the registration desk for $10 USD. Back cover photos (L - R, top - bottom): Fritz Dreisbach, Rosy Violet; Mark Peiser, Sanctuary; Lino Tagliapietra, Mandara; Carmen Vetter, Hot or Cold; Tom Philabaum, Sunset; Boyd Sugiki, Nightfall; Tom Moore, Hammergirl and The Weasel (Goes Pop); Shelley Muzylowski-Allen, Tangerine Jester; Stephen Rolfe Powell, Lurid Screaming Whipper; Ché Rhodes, Untitled; Judith Schaechter, Joan of Arc. 2 F R O M T H E C O N F E R E N C E C O - C H A I R S Welcome to Louisville Possibility City! We hope you are as excited to be here as we are to be hosting the 40th annual Glass Art Society conference. This year s theme, Ingenious Possibilities, is a reflection on Louisville s status as one of the country s newest destinations for contemporary glass. Though the region quietly boasts a deep historical tradition of glass manufacturing dating back to the 19th century, it has only been in the last decade that Louisville has begun to showcase the art of glassmaking as one of the city s main attractions. Three highly visible downtown glass facilities offer a variety of ways to delve into the art of glass. Here you ll have the chance to experience the making of glass in every form and approach, from architectural and stained glass to production glassmaking, from professional practice to public access to academic endeavors. Whether you choose a trolley, bicycle, or sneakers as a means of conveyance, as you make the short trip between Louisville s three downtown glass facilities, you will also find numerous galleries, museums, and artist studios featuring glass art and other offerings. Additionally, there are plenty of opportunities to taste Louisville s unique food and libations and to enjoy shopping and social life and that s all within 10 blocks of the official conference hotel downtown, without straying from Market and Main Streets! While the core of the conference will be in the lively and manageable downtown district, conference programming also highlights the attractions of the Leonard and Adele Leight Glass Collection at the Speed Art Museum, as well as the historic riverfront district in New Albany, Indiana. New Albany offers a gallery and shopping destination that rivals that of downtown Louisville; it also provides scenic views of the Ohio River and the downtown Louisville skyline. For a change of pace, taste the nightlife and sample bourbon, our official state beverage, on Frankfort Avenue or Bardstown Road, both just a few minutes ride from the conference hotel. And if that s not enough for you, by now you ve no doubt become familiar with this year s exceptional conference lineup. From the locals to the internationals, this conference features many of the best and the brightest with several obvious highlights. As GAS closes its fourth decade and we blaze through our first, we would like to thank the organization and its membership for allowing us to host this exciting event. Contagious enthusiasm has fueled Louisville s sense of ingenious possibility; it is with the utmost sincerity that we invite you to become infected and participate in our growing glass community. Sincerely, Merrily Orsini Ché Rhodes J. Page von Roenn Brook Forrest White, Jr. 3 G A S P R E S I D E N T S L E T T E R The Glass Art Society s Board of Directors and its staff welcome you to Louisville. It gives me the greatest pleasure to be the incumbent President for GAS s 40th anniversary conference in Louisville. I believe that GAS has been instrumental in the growth of the glass arts worldwide, especially as a vehicle for networking, information exchange, education, and the promotion of excellence in the glass arts. As it was initially conceived, it hasn t changed that much, except in the context of encompassing a wider range of techniques and the inclusivity of membership of all of those individuals and institutions who have been or are our present membership. That one of our founders and a friend of mine, Mark Peiser, is receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award and that another friend, Tom Philabaum, is receiving the Lifetime Membership Award is very heartwarming to me. The City of Louisville, its citizens, and the glass community here have all been working hard to bring you a taste of what the city has to offer. In conjunction with GAS, we have brought together interesting lectures, demonstrations, panel discussions, exhibitions, tours, and other events to enhance your experience here. Ingenious Possibilities, the theme of this conference, is evidenced by the growth of this city s vibrant glass community in a relatively short amount of time. Every time I visit, I find more growth in the glass arts community and more to explore within this city. Enjoy the wonderful restaurants, bars, art, music, and local color. We appreciate this city s industriousness and I am sure you will too. Stephen Rolfe Powell at Centre College in Danville, KY, is the father of the movement here, which in turn has spun off all these programs and studios. Without him and his tireless ingenuity, promotion, visiting artists program, and student mentorship, I think the Louisville glass scene would not be what it is today. Thanks, Stephen! Having a lot of incredible artists who happen to reside in the southeastern U.S. is no coincidence. The relative proximity of Penland School and other institutions, plus a great network of people operating studios, creates vibrancy within our community. There is a lot happening in our region and I am glad that you are all joining us for this conference. Thanks, Shane Fero 4 L E T T E R F R O M T H E M AY O R Dear Friends, It is my pleasure to welcome the 2010 international Glass Art Society conference to my hometown. I am delighted Louisville will play host to this intemational association of glass sculptors, educators, and collectors for their 40th anniversary. Louisville s burgeoning glass scene has achieved international recognition for the creation of glass art through local studios and hot shops, including GlassWorks, Flame Run Glass Studio & Gallery, and the University of Louisville s Cressman Center and Fine Art Program in Glass. While you are here, I hope you will have a chance to sample some of what our community has to offer: experience over 50 exhibits of glass art, stroll along our awardwinning Waterfront Park, and visit the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, the Muhammad Ali Center, or the eclectic Speed Art Museum. Theatre, music, and dining opportunities abound. Near-downtown neighborhoods offer shopping for everything from art to antiques. And always, you ll feel the friendliness and hospitality of our people. Whatever you do, I hope you will enjoy our great city and make plans to come back and visit again soon. Sincerely, Jerry E. Abramson Mayor, City of Louisville Churchill Downs Photo: Louisville CVB 5 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE as of May 5, 7 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE as of May 1, 2010 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9 TIME EVENT LOCATION Events and Ongoing Activities 12 pm - 5 pm Registration/Information Table/ Marriott Ballroom Foyer T-Shirt Sales 12 pm - 5 pm Auction Piece Drop-Off Marriott Ballroom VII 12 pm - 5 pm Goblet Grab Piece Drop-Off/Preview Marriott Rose 12 pm - 5 pm Student Exhibition Piece Drop-Off Marriott Win-Place-Show 2 pm - 3 pm Kyle Citrynell Marriott Ballroom IX & X Lecture: Intellectual Property Rights 6 pm - 9:30 pm Pre-Conference Reception Speed Art Museum All day Day of Glass Various see flyer in bag THURSDAY, JUNE 10 Events, Ongoing Activities, and Opening Ceremonies 7 am - 4 pm Registration Marriott Ballroom Foyer 8 am - 4 pm T-Shirt Sales/Information Table Marriott Ballroom Foyer 9 am - 12 pm Auction Piece Drop-Off Marriott Ballroom VII 9 am - 12 pm Goblet Grab Piece Drop-Off/Preview Marriott Rose 9 am - 12 pm Student Exhibition Piece Drop-Off Marriott Win-Place-Show 11:30 am - 4 pm Technical Display Marriott Kentucky Ballroom 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm Opening Ceremony & Marriott Ballroom V & VI Awards Presentation 2:15 pm - 2:50 pm Tom Philabaum Marriott Ballroom V & VI Lifetime Membership Lecture 3 pm - 3:45 pm Mark Peiser Marriott Ballroom V & VI Lifetime Achievement Lecture 4 pm - 4:45 pm Bill Samuels Keynote Lecture Marriott Ballroom V & VI 5 pm - 7 pm Opening Reception Marriott Ballroom V & VI Demonstrations, Lectures, and Panels 8 am - 9:30 am Devyn Baron and Amy Pender Flame Run Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 8 am - 9:30 am Marc VandenBerg Glassworks Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 8 am - 9:30 am Ché Rhodes U of L Cressman Center Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 8 am - 9:30 am John Groth Glassworks/JazzyBlu Lec-Mo: Kilnworking & Hot Glass 8:30 am - 10 am Carmen Vetter Lec-Mo: Kilnforming Marriott Ballroom IX & X 8 THURSDAY, JUNE 10 TIME EVENT LOCATION 8:30 am - 10 am Paul Stankard Flame Run Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 8:30 am - 10 am Student Demonstration: Hot Glass Juicy Lucy Mobile Unit Southern Illinois Univ. Carbondale at Glassworks 8:30 am - 10 am Martie Negri and Robert Panepinto Glassworks Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 9:45 am - 11:15 am Ralph Carter Lec-Mo: Casting Glassworks/JazzyBlu 10 am - 11:30 am Brook Forrest White, Jr. Flame Run Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 10 am - 11:30 am Steve Sizelove Glassworks Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 10 am - 11:30 am Boyd Sugiki U of L Cressman Center Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 10:30 am - 12 pm Emilio Santini Flame Run Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 10:30 am - 12 pm Student Demonstration: Hot Glass Juicy Lucy Mobile Unit San Jose State University at Glassworks 10:30 am - 12 pm Martin Janecky Glassworks Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 10:30 am - 12 pm Jeffrey Wallin Lec-Mo: Kilnforming Marriott Ballroom IX & X FRIDAY, JUNE 11 Events and Ongoing Activities 7 am - 4 pm Registration Marriott Ballroom Foyer 8 am - 4 pm T-Shirt Sales/Information Table Marriott Ballroom Foyer 9 am - 10:30 am Goblet Grab Drop-Off and Preview Marriott Rose 9 am - 12 pm Poster Projects Setup Marriott Thoroughbred/Filly 9 am - 12 pm Auction Piece Drop-Off Marriott Ballroom VII 11:30 am - 6 pm Technical Display Marriott Kentucky Ballroom 12 pm - 1:30 pm Goblet Grab Marriott Foyer outside Ballroom 12 pm - 5 pm Poster Projects Marriott Thoroughbred/Filly 1 pm - 3 pm Portfolio Review Marriott Skybox 1 pm - 5 pm Education Resource Center Marriott Rose Foyer 4 pm - 8 pm Auction Preview Marriott Ballroom VI 4 pm - 8 pm International Student Exhibition Marriott Win-Place-Show and Sales 5 pm - 9 pm Gallery Hop Multiple locations see pg. 35 9 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE as of May 1, 2010 FRIDAY, JUNE 11 TIME EVENT LOCATION Demonstrations, Lectures, and Panels 8 am - 9:30 am James Breed Flame Run Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 8 am - 9:30 am Mark Payton Glassworks Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 8 am - 9:30 am Shelley Muzylowski-Allen U of L Cressman Center Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 8 am - 9:30 am Mark Hall Glassworks/JazzyBlu Lec-Mo: Kilnformed and Hot Glass 8:30 am - 10 am Student Demonstration: Flame Run Flameworking Flameworking Salem Community College 8:30 am - 10 am Student Demonstration: Hot Glass Juicy Lucy Mobile Unit Bowling Green State University at Glassworks 8:30 am - 10 am Amy Rueffert Glassworks Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 8:30 am - 10 am Robert Stephan Marriott Ballroom IX & X Lecture 10 am - 11:30 am Benjamin Edols Flame Run Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 10 am - 11:30 am Eun-suh Choi Glassworks Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 10 am - 11:30 am Richard Jolley U of L Cressman Center Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 10:30 am - 12 pm Mike Shelbo Flame Run Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 10:30 am - 12 pm Student Demonstration: Hot Glass Juicy Lucy Mobile Unit Rochester Institute of Technology at Glassworks 10:30 am - 12 pm Scott Darlington Glassworks Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 10:30 am - 12 pm Vaz Zastera Marriott Ballroom IX & X Lec-Mo: Coldworking 1 pm - 2 pm Peter Morrin Marriott Ballroom I, II, III Strattman Lecture 1 pm - 2 pm Max Stewart Marriott Ballroom IV Lecture 1 pm - 2 pm Richard Jolley Marriott Ballroom V Lecture 1 pm - 2 pm Michael T. Bell Marriott Ballroom IX & X Lecture 10 FRIDAY, JUNE 11 TIME EVENT LOCATION 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm Stephen Knapp Marriott Ballroom I, II, III Lecture 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm Andy Paiko Marriott Ballroom IV Lecture 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm Corban Walker Marriott Ballroom V Willson Lecture 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm Kenneth von Roenn, Jr. Marriott Ballroom IX & X Lecture 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm Fritz Dreisbach Marriott Bluegrass 1 & 2 Lecture 3:30 pm - 5 pm Lecture: Emerging Artists Marriott Ballroom IX & X Presentations with Cortney Boyd, David Fox, Jessica Lloyd-Jones, Thomas Ryder 3:30 pm - 5 pm Panel: How Many Skills Do You Marriott Ballroom I, II, III Need to Survive?, Richard Yelle, moderator, with Ruth King, Ruth Summers, Durk Valkema 3:30 pm - 5 pm Panel: Artistic Vision in Industry, Marriott Ballroom IV Design and Manufacturing, Fred difrenzi, moderator, with Ursula Vourvoulis, Jon Wolfe 3:30 pm - 5 pm Panel: Glass Studio as Marriott Ballroom V Energy Source, Eddie Bernard, moderator, with Charles Correll, Jim Gosnell, Douglas Ohm 5 pm - 6:30 pm David Walters Flame Run Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass SATURDAY, JUNE 12 Events and Ongoing Activities 7 am - 2 pm Registration Marriott Ballroom Foyer 8 am - 2 pm T-Shirt Sales/Information Table Marriott Ballroom Foyer 9 am - 2 pm International Student Exhibition Marriott Win-Place-Show and Sales 9 am - 3 pm Technical Display Marriott Kentucky Ballroom 9 am - 4 pm Poster Projects Marriott Thoroughbred/Filly 9 am - 6 pm Auction & Silent Auction Preview Marriott Ballroom VI (First Silent Table closes at 5:15 pm) 12 pm - 1 pm GAS Business Meeting/ Marriott Rose 2011 Conference Preview 11 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE as of May 1, 2010 SATURDAY, JUNE 12 TIME EVENT LOCATION Events and Ongoing Activities 1 pm - 5 pm Education Resource Center Marriott Rose Foyer 2 pm - 4 pm School Presentations Forum Degree: Marriott Skybox Non-Degree: Marriott Rose Foyer 2 pm - 4 pm International Student Exhibition Marriott Win-Place-Show Piece Pick-Up 6 pm - 7 pm Live Auction Marriott Ballroom VI 8 pm - 12 am Closing Night Party Muhammad Ali Center (International Student Exhibition Awards announced at 9:30 pm) Demonstrations, Lectures, and Panels 8 am - 9:30 am Michael Schunke Flame Run Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 8 am - 9:30 am Roger Parramore Glassworks Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 8 am - 9:30 am Lino Tagliapietra U of L Cressman Center Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass See page 21 for details 8:30 am - 10 am Loren Stump Flame Run Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 8:30 am - 10 am Student Demonstration: Hot Glass Juicy Lucy Mobile Unit Sheridan College at Glassworks 8:30 am - 10 am Casey Hyland Glassworks Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 8:30 am - 10 am Benjamin Edols Marriott Ballroom IX & X Lec-Mo: Coldworking 9:45 am - 11:15 am Kenneth von Roenn, Jr. Glassworks/JazzyBlu Lec-Mo: Kilncasting and Slumping 10 am - 11:30 am Matthew Cummings Flame Run Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 10 am - 11:30 am David Willis Glassworks Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 10 am - 11:30 am Lino Tagliapietra U of L Cressman Center Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass See page 21 for details 10:30 am - 12 pm Kaori Koike Flame Run Flameworking Demonstration: Flameworking 10:30 am - 12 pm Student Demonstration: Hot Glass Juicy Lucy Mobile Unit Tulane University at Glassworks 10:30 am - 12 pm Oben Abright and McKinley Moore Glassworks Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 12 SATURDAY, JUNE 12 TIME EVENT LOCATION Demonstrations, Lectures, and Panels 10:30 am - 12 pm Rene Culler Marriott Ballroom IX & X Lec-Mo: Fusing 1 pm - 2 pm Chris Bird-Jones Marriott Ballroom I, II, III Lecture 1 pm - 2 pm Patrick Martin Marriott Ballroom IV Lecture 1 pm - 2 pm Judith Schaechter Marriott Ballroom V Lecture 1 pm - 2 pm Arlon Bayliss Marriott Ballroom IX & X Lecture 1 pm - 2:30 pm Stephen Rolfe Powell U of L Cressman Center Hotshop Demonstration: Hot Glass 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm Stephen Tucker Marriott Ballroom I, II, III Labino Lecture 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm John Drury Marriott Ballroom IV Lecture 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm Tom Moore Marriott Ballroom IX & X Lecture 2:30 pm - 4 pm Panel: Similar Passions/Different Marriott Ballroom V Approaches: The Collector s Perspective, Ché Rhodes, moderator, with Scott Erbes, Adele and Leonard Leight, Julien Robson, Steve Wilson 3 pm - 4 pm Lindsay Capps and Christina Ryan Marriott Bluegrass 1 & 2 Lecture 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Deborah Dohne Marriott Ballroom IV Lecture 3:30 pm - 5 pm Panel: Sustaining a Studio: Marriott Ballroom I, II, III Hot Shop, Jeremy Lepisto, moderator, with Benjamin Edols, Lynn Read, Tommie Rush 3:30 pm - 5 pm Panel: Should the Term Marriott Ballroom IX & X Glass Artist Be Abolished?, Andrew Page, moderator, with Jim Butler, Judith Schaechter, Walter Zimmerman 13 PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS as of May 1, 2010 THURSDAY, JUNE 10 8 am - 9:30 am Flame Run Hotshop Devyn Baron and Amy Pender, Demonstration: Hot Glass Get Out of My Head: The Art of Collaboration The pieces that these two artists have developed are, in every sens
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