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glassblowing

[′glas‚blō·iŋ]
(engineering)
Shaping a mass of viscid glass by inflating it with air introduced through a tube.
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Bay, 60, began glassblowing 6 years ago, as he was "not getting any younger.
If I'm able to return to glassblowing with this project, then I'll go back to business," says Khalife, who adds he stopped work three months ago amid heavy losses but recently made a small sample of pieces in coordination with Abichaker.
Glassblowing involves fire, danger, and athleticism, and the museum's central attraction is the onstage hot shop.
Guests can walk on real grass at the half-acre Lawn Club, experience the art of glassblowing shows at The Corning Museum of Glass, and unwind at The AquaSpa by Elemis which boasts a hammam, infrared sauna, aromatic steam room, cold room, DIY scrub and salt bar, sensory showers and acupuncture.
The annual gathering will focus on the timely issues surrounding the licensing of our state's natural resources and will feature delicious locally sourced food, live music, lively roundtable discussion, glassblowing and a host of other fun activities.
The Hebron Glass & Ceramics glassblowing factory is one of two such remaining factories in Hebron, where this handcraft has been cultivated for several hundred years.
Several programs create new jobs in specialty vocations ranging from blacksmithing and stoneware to glassblowing and polymer clay creations.
He applied for jobs in glassblowing facilities, but in order to be eligible, he would have had to join the union.
Glassblowing demonstrations and information about the history of this site, make this a fun day out for all ages.
One of only four glass cones remaining in the UK, it offers glassblowing demonstration tours at weekends.
Vreeland's description of the processes involved in producing stained glass pieces--from glassblowing to choosing the perfect colors and cutting thousands of pieces of glass to render the flower or butterfly or seasonal motif--are fascinating, making Clara and Mr.
We pop into the workshop of glass company Diversion where we are treated to a demonstration of glassblowing.