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History of Glass

MU Museum of Art and Archaeology Presentation

2021-07-25 13:00:00 2021-07-25 14:00:00 America/Chicago History of Glass Making glass is an ancient art, but where, when and how did it begin? This virtual talk will explore the discovery of glass-making, techniques used through the ages and the civilizations known for their involvement in the art. Presented in Partnership with the University of Missouri's Museum of Art and Archaeology. Adults. Register to receive a Zoom link. Will also be recorded for later viewing. Live event via Zoom -

Sunday, July 25
1:00pm - 2:00pm

Add to Calendar 2021-07-25 13:00:00 2021-07-25 14:00:00 America/Chicago History of Glass Making glass is an ancient art, but where, when and how did it begin? This virtual talk will explore the discovery of glass-making, techniques used through the ages and the civilizations known for their involvement in the art. Presented in Partnership with the University of Missouri's Museum of Art and Archaeology. Adults. Register to receive a Zoom link. Will also be recorded for later viewing. Live event via Zoom -

Making glass is an ancient art, but where, when and how did it begin? This virtual talk will explore the discovery of glass-making, techniques used through the ages and the civilizations known for their involvement in the art. Presented in Partnership with the University of Missouri's Museum of Art and Archaeology. Adults. Register to receive a Zoom link. Will also be recorded for later viewing.

Making glass is an ancient art, but where, when and how did it begin? This virtual talk will explore the discovery of glass-making, the techniques used through the ages and the civilizations known for their involvement in the art. We will explore early glass in the form of beads, ornaments, jewelry and vessels; glass in the classical cultures of Greece and Rome; Medieval stained glass; trading in glass; and modern works in glass. Presented in Partnership with the University of Missouri's Museum of Art and Archaeology.

Adults. Please register to receive a Zoom link. Program will be recorded for later viewing.


Photo: Two-Handled Flask, Roman, Palestine, Hebron (?) late 3rd–4th century, MU Museum of Art and Archaeology.

AGE GROUP: | Adults |

EVENT TYPE: | Featured | Art & Craft |

TAGS: | Co-sponsored |

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Please note that this program is taking place online or via broadcast rather than at a physical location. Please see the event description for details on where to view or tune in.