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The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 2010


Cover and opposite:

Officers

Reverse-painted view of the Singelgracht, Amsterdam. The Netherlands, about 1750–1775. W. 93.3 cm (2010.3.146).

James B. Flaws Chairman of the Board E. Marie McKee President Amory Houghton Jr. Vice President James R. Houghton Vice President Denise A. Hauselt Secretary Linda E. Jolly Assistant Secretary Mark S. Rogus Treasurer Robert J. Grassi Assistant Treasurer David B. Whitehouse Executive Director

Trustees

Photo Credits All of the photographs in this Annual Report are by The Corning Museum of Glass (Nicholas L. Wil­liams, Andrew M. Fortune, and Allison S. Lavine), with the following exceptions: Pages 4, 16, and 18:   Photo by Gary Hodges Page 12: Photo by   Deidi von Schaewen Pages 13 and 14: Photo by   Maria Strinni Gill Page 19: Installed at the   Chrysler Museum of Art,   2009

Roger G. Ackerman* Peter S. Aldridge Thomas S. Buechner † Van C. Campbell* Dale Chihuly Patricia T. Dann James B. Flaws John P. Fox Jr. Ben W. Heineman* Amory Houghton Jr. Arthur A. Houghton III James D. Houghton James R. Houghton Thomas C. MacAvoy* E. Marie McKee Carl H. Pforzheimer III Carlos A. Picón Helmut Ricke Mark S. Rogus Charles A. Ryskamp*‡ Antony E. Snow Peter F. Volanakis Wendell P. Weeks Ian McKibbin White David B. Whitehouse *  Trustee Emeritus †  Deceased, June 13, 2010 ‡  Deceased, March 26, 2010

The Fellows of The Corning Museum of Glass Carole Allaire Gary E. Baker Renée E. Belfer Robert A. Belfer Mike Belkin William W. Boeschenstein* Alan L. Cameros Lt. Gen. Christian Clausen, retired Simon Cottle Kenneth C. Depew Thomas P. Dimitroff Jay R. Doros David Dowler Max Erlacher Christopher T. G. Fish Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen William Gudenrath Jirˇí Harcuba Douglas Heller A. C. Hubbard Jr. Lawrence Jessen Kenneth L. Jobe Dorothy-Lee Jones Olive Jones Leo Kaplan Helena Koenigsmarková Michael Kovacek Dwight P. Lanmon Harvey K. Littleton Louise Luther Kenneth W. Lyon Josef Marcolin Gregory A. Merkel Kirk J. Nelson Barbara H. Olsen Elmerina L. Parkman Paul D. Parkman Paul N. Perrot John V. B. Perry Joan P. Randles Richard F. Randles Peter Rath Rachel Russell Prof. Dr. Axel von Saldern Josh Simpson John P. Smith Jean Sosin Walter Spiegl Paul J. Stankard Prof. Dr. Rudolf von Strasser Lino Tagliapietra Catherine M. V. Thuro-Gripton Kenneth R. Treis Deborah Truitt David Watts Karol Wight Eric Martin Wunsch Rainer Zietz Maris Zuika *Life Fellow

The Fellows of The Corning Museum of Glass are among the world’s leading glass collectors, scholars, dealers, and glassmakers. The objectives of this organization are (1) to disseminate knowl­ edge about the history and art of glassmaking and (2) to support the acquisitions program of the Museum’s Rakow Research Library. Admission to the fellowship is intended to recognize accomplishment, and is by invitation.


The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 2010 An educational institution dedicated to the history, art, and science of glass

Chartered by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York April 27, 1951 (6026) Accredited by the American Association of Museums 1973, 1986, 1999, 2010


The Year in Review

One of the highlights of 2010 was receiving reaccreditation by the American Association of Museums (AAM), the professional body that represents America’s museums. Fewer than 800 of the nation’s 17,500 museums are accredited. Accreditation by the AAM, which is widely recognized as the ultimate seal of approval for museums, is granted in recog­ nition of commitment to excellence, accountability, and the highest professional standards. Everything described in this Annual Report came under scrutiny, and we were proud (but not surprised) to be reaccredited. The Museum first applied for, and was grant­ed, accreditation in 1973, and since then it has never lost this distinction. Our next review by the AAM is planned for 2023, by which time we will have been accredited for half a century. There was much to be proud of in 2010. Visitation increased by six percent over 2009, and during the year we welcomed some 387,000 guests. While individual and family visitation was slightly lower than in 2009, the number of tour groups grew by 25 percent. Gross revenue from sales in the GlassMarket and by food services was almost $6 million. Just over one-quarter of all individual and

The Cold Genius, cut colored glass, lead came; light box. Judith Schaechter (American, b. 1961), U.S., Philadelphia, PA, 2009. W. 106.7 cm (2010.4.121). Gift of the Ennion Society.

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family guests participated in the Make Your Own Glass Workshop, which for the first time generated revenue of $1 million. The marked increase in group tours prompted us to provide a temporary third venue for the Hot Glass Show, in the auditorium. We also began Hot Glass Show demonstrations on the third of Celebrity Cruises’ Solstice-class ships, and glass auctions on all three ships generated $58,000 for The Studio’s Glassmaking Scholarship Fund. We continued to enrich our collections. In addition to purchases of glass objects that range in date from the 17th century to the present day, we received, as a gift from the Ennion Society, The Cold Genius, an evocative work in stained glass, made by the American artist Judith Schaechter in 2009. Other highlights included a large reversepainted scene, created about 1750–1775, that shows the Singelgracht, one of Amsterdam’s many canals; a richly engraved tankard decorated by Johann Franz Trümper at the Altmünden glasshouse in Hesse-Kassel, Germany, in 1742; a wineglass with a stipple-engraved portrait executed in The Hague by David Wolff, one of the great late 18th-century masters of this meticulous technique; an imposing cameo glass lamp attributed to Thomas Webb and


Sons of Stourbridge, England, about 1880; and Forest Glass, made in 2009 by Katherine Gray, who used found tumblers to create treelike forms and reverse the age-old cycle of destroying forests to make glass, by using glass to make a forest. One of the pleasures of working at the Museum occurs when the collecting paths of curators and librarians intersect. Members of the Beilby family were celebrated 18th-century English enamelers who decorated numerous drinking glasses with coats of arms, landscapes, and other motifs. In 2010, the Rakow Research Library acquired, with funds contributed by the Fellows of the Museum, a pencil and wash landscape with trees and buildings beside a river, drawn about 1765 and signed by William Beilby. Seventy-four donors gave the Museum 305 objects for its glass collection, while no fewer than 278 individuals, galleries, and museums and other institutions enriched the holdings of the Rakow Library. During the year, we presented six temporary exhibitions. We extended the 2009 special exhibition, “Voices of Contemporary Glass: The Heineman Collection,” which was seen by more than half a million visitors. The 2010 special exhibition was “Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants,” an overview of glass vessels made in Europe between the end of the Roman Empire and the beginning of the Renaissance. The West Bridge was the venue for three smaller exhibitions. “Tiffany Treasures” brought together objects from the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, the Rockwell Museum of Western Art, and our own collection. “East Meets West: Cross-Cultural Influences in Glassmaking in the 18th and 19th Centuries,” drawn exclusively from our collection, explores influences in glassmaking that resulted from cultural exchange between western Europe and East Asia. A small exhibition in the “Masters of Studio Glass” series focused on the master engraver Jirˇí Harcuba. Meanwhile, in the Rakow Library, we exhibited “Drawings for American Stained Glass,” a selection from the Library’s collection of works of art on paper. Two events in 2010 that enhanced the stewardship of our collections were the opening of a new and enlarged conservation labora­ tory and the installation of compact shelving in the Rakow Library. The new shelving not only provides superior conditions for existing

hold­ings, but also more than triples the Library’s capacity for paper-based publications. This is excellent news because, although we have an ambitious program to digitize the Library’s holdings, we foresee an increase in the rate at which we collect paper, especially in the field of unique archival materials. The Museum produced a varied list of publications. For the first time, the Annual Report was published in electronic form (with printed copies available on demand). We also changed the contents of the Report to focus on programs. Instead of appearing exclusively in the Report, acquisitions of glass and library materials were described and illustrated in the first volume of Notable Acquisitions, which reviews 50 remarkable additions to our collections. Other publications on paper included two issues of our Members’ newsletter, The Gather; volume 52 of the Journal of Glass Studies; New Glass Review 31; Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants; and the first in a projected series of three volumes that will provide a comprehensive catalog of our Islamic glass collection. Medieval Glass accompanied our special exhibition, and Islamic Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume One doc­u­ ments our rich collection of scratch-engraved and wheel-cut glass of the early centuries of the Muslim era. At the same time, The Studio produced two DVDs in the “Glass Masters at Work” series: Vittorio Costantini and William Gudenrath,

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Cartouche study containing landscape design, signed “WBeilby .” England, William Beilby (English, 1740–1819), about 1765. Watercolor, pen, and ink on paper. H. 15.5 cm, W. 19.9 cm (CMGL 115145). Purchased with funds from the Fellows of The Corning Museum of Glass.


Ron Bentley, president of Chemung Canal Trust Company, cuts glass ribbon with George Kennard, Steve Gibbs, and Don Pierce at opening ceremony for Corning’s GlassFest.

both of which were created by the Academy Award–winning filmmaker Robin Lehman. Educational and public programs are designed for all age groups. Adult activities included the 49th annual Seminar on Glass and a one-day conference on medieval art and architecture. Among our youth programs were the Junior Curators (who mounted an exhibition titled “Dreaming with Open Eyes: Fantasy Meets Reality”), the Explainers program, and Fire Up Your Future, which focuses on career possibilities in museums and the arts. Scout programs continued to increase, and 12,500 schoolchildren visited the Museum to participate in “Glass: It’s Art, History, Science, and More!” Cooperation with area teachers was reinforced by two Evenings for Educators and the New York State Middle School Association Institute, which was hosted by the Museum. The Studio presented a full program of activities. An international faculty taught 61 intensive one- or two-week courses in fields as diverse as glassblowing, hot sculpting, flameworking, enameling, and beadmaking. The year’s activities included nine 10-week courses that consisted of one session each week, 30 weekend workshops, and nine oneday workshops. Seven artists from four countries received artist-in-residence awards, and scholarships were awarded to enable 50 artists and students to take classes at The Studio. Outreach takes many forms. In addition to deploying the Hot Glass Show on the third of Celebrity Cruises’ Solstice-class ships, the Museum presented its GlassLab at the Vitra Design Museum (Germany) during Art Basel.

Much closer to home, the Hot Glass Roadshow participated in Corning’s first GlassFest, which was attended by more than 10,000 people who watched our glassmaking demonstrations in Centerway Square. The Museum often borrows from institutions and collectors to assemble our special exhibitions. “Medieval Glass” is a case in point. Conversely, whenever Corning’s treasures would enhance an exhibition elsewhere without endangering their safety, we are happy to lend. In 2010, we lent objects to 17 insti­ tutions in the United States and abroad. We also lent an entire exhibition—the Richard Meitner show that occupied the West Bridge in 2009—to the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington. Masterworks by Louis Comfort Tiffany (including the exquisite vase that appeared on the cover of the 2006 Annual Re­ port) were lent to the Musée du Luxembourg in Paris, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. We made other loans to the American Museum of Natural History, the Australian National Maritime Museum, the Yale Center for British Art, and the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. The Museum accomplishes its programs with support from many sources. Corning Incorporated continues to provide munificent support, as it has done from the day the Museum opened. Additional support comes from donors, foundations, the Fellows of the Mu­ seum (who help to secure acquisitions for the Rakow Library), Members, and our patron group, the Ennion Society (which supports glass acquisitions and educational activities). At the annual dinner of the Ennion Society, a sale of glass objects raised almost $16,000 for the Scholarship and Artist-in-Residence Fund at The Studio. Grants in 2010 included $36,890 from the New York State Council on the Arts and $12,500 from the F. M. Kirby Foundation. We acknowledge this support with gratitude; without it, we would not be reporting many of the successes, collective and individual, that are listed in this Annual Report. We are looking forward to 2011, when we will celebrate the Museum’s 60th birthday on May 19 with a variety of special programs and activities. David Whitehouse Executive Director

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Ancient Bead, wound, applied, marvered. Probably England, first century B.C.–first century A.D. D. 2.5 cm (2010.1.7). Bottle, blown. Germany, Low Countries, or northern France, late fifth–sixth century. H. 19.9 cm (2010.1.1).

Islamic Roundel with musician, stamped. Central Asia, probably 12th century. D. 9.5 cm (2010.1.10). Purchased with funds from Polly and John Guth.

European Schwarzlot beaker, blown, enameled. Germany, Rhine Palatinate, attributed to Johann Anton Carli, about 1675. H. 7.4 cm, D. (rim) 8.8 cm (2010.3.143). Bowl and plate, mold-blown. Italy, Venice, late 17th century. D. (plate) 35.5 cm (2010.3.140, .141). Tankard, blown, tooled, applied, cut, engraved; mounted with silver-gilt foot-ring (silver-gilt domed lid with thumb-piece is missing). Germany, Hesse-Kassel, Altmünden glasshouse, engraved by Johann Franz Trümper, 1742. H. 15.6 cm (2010.3.10). Cutlery, aventurine glass, cast, tooled; silver, steel blade and fork. Italy, Venice (glass), and England, Sheffield, Daniel Gurney (metal), about 1750. L. (knife) 20 cm, (fork) 17 cm (2010.3.120A, B). Reverse-painted view of the Singelgracht, Amsterdam. The Netherlands, about 1750– 1775. W. 93.3 cm (2010.3.146). Armorial tumbler, blown, enameled. England, Newcastle upon Tyne, William and Mary Beilby, about 1765. H. 13 cm (2010.2.48). Purchased in part with funds from the F. M. Kirby Foundation. Portrait goblet, blown, cut, stippleengraved. The Netherlands, The Hague, attributed to David Wolff, about 1780– 1798. H. 15.5 cm (2010.3.144). Cameo kerosene lamp, blown, cased, acidetched, cold-worked, assembled. England,

Stourbridge, probably Thomas Webb and Sons, about 1880. H. 50.8 cm (2010.2.36). Two vases, blown, applied, enameled, gilded. Bohemia, Karlsbad, attributed to the Harrach glassworks, about 1882; design patented by Ludwig Moser, 1878. H. 47 cm (2010.3.142A, B).

Asian

Selected Additions to the Glass Collection*

Ruby glass bowl, blown, cut. China, Beijing, 18th–19th century. D. 20.3 cm (2010.6.19).

American Pair of tumblers, blown, tooled, engraved, applied, enameled, gilded. England (glass) and U.S., probably eastern Massachusetts (decoration), 1822–1826. H. 10.4 cm (2010.4.23A, B). Birdcage seed box, mold-blown. U.S., probably Sandwich, MA, Boston and Sandwich Glass Company, 1830–1840. H. 12.8 cm (2010.4.112). Gift of the Jones Museum of Glass and Ceramics. Footed vase, blown, tooled, applied. U.S., probably Cambridge, MA, New England Glass Company, about 1845. H. 24.8 cm (2010.4.10). Purchased with funds from the Gladys M. and Harry A. Snyder Memorial Trust.

Bead, first century B.C.– first century A.D.  D. 2.5 cm (2010.1.7). Roundel with musician, probably 12th century. D. 9.5 cm (2010.1.10). Purchased with funds from Polly and John Guth. Tankard. Engraved by Johann Franz Trümper, 1742. H. 15.6 cm (2010.3.10).

* For more information about many of these acquisitions, see The Corning Museum of Glass: Notable Acquisitions 2010 (May 2011).

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Schwarzlot beaker. Attributed to Johann Anton Carli, about 1675. H. 7.4 cm, D. (rim) 8.8 cm (2010.3.143). Vase with matching ball stopper. Probably Bakewell, Pears & Co., about 1850–1870. OH. 37.5 cm (2010.4.55).

Vase with matching ball stopper, blown, applied. U.S., probably Pittsburgh, PA, Bakewell, Pears & Co., about 1850–1870. OH. 37.5 cm (2010.4.55). Pitcher, blown, tooled, applied, cut, engraved with figures and “Emily.” U.S., East Cambridge, MA, New England Glass Com­ pany, engraved by Henry S. Fillebrown for his wife, 1860–1866. H. 23.4 cm (2010.4.144). Condiment and butter dishes in form of canoe, blown, ground, cut; silver mounts. U.S., Philadelphia, PA, J. E. Caldwell & Company, about 1880. Longer: L. 25 cm (2010.4.11, .12). Plate in “Parisian” pattern, blown, cased, tooled, cut. U.S., White Mills, PA, C. Dorflinger & Sons, 1890–1910. D. 21.3 cm (2010.4.52). Gift of Bill and Bobbie Mullen. Colonial ware vase, blown, applied, enameled. U.S., New Bedford, MA, Mt. Washington Glass Company, 1893–1895. H. 23.4 cm (2010.4.83). Rock crystal vase, blown, cased, cut, copperwheel engraved, ground, polished. U.S., White Mills, PA, C. Dorflinger & Sons, engraved by Walter Graham, about 1903. H. 31 cm (2010.4.14). Figural lamp, blown, iridized, tooled, assembled; bronze. U.S., Corning, NY, Steuben Division, Corning Glass Works (glass), and New York, NY, Segar Studios Inc. (metal), about 1925. H. 64.5 cm (2010.4.7).

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Modern One hundred beaded fringe sample cards and illustrated monograph on the Casa G. Grilli, glass beads; string, paper. Italy, Venice, Casa G. Grilli, about 1902–1925. Dimensions vary (2010.3.20–.119). Pokal with stars, cased, mold-blown, cut. Dagobert Peche (Austrian, 1887–1923), Czechoslovakia, Nový Bor (Haida), Johann Oertel & Co. for the Wiener Werkstätte, Vienna, Austria, about 1919–1920. H. 22.7 cm, D. 17.1 cm (2010.3.134). Black Cylinder #3, cased, blown; applied thread drawing. Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) with the assistance of Flora Mace, Joey Kirkpatrick, and James Mongrain, U.S., Seattle, WA, 2006. H. 60.2 cm, D. 20.7 cm (2010.4.128). Gift of Dale and Leslie Chihuly in memory of Thomas S. Buechner. The White Necklace, blown; steel cable. Jean-Michel Othoniel (French, b. 1964), Italy, Murano, Salviati & C., 2007. H. 274.3 cm (2010.3.133). Material Culture, blown; glue, wood table. Beth Lipman (American, b. 1971), U.S.,

Sheboygan, WI, and Brooklyn, NY, 2008. H. 175.3 cm (2010.4.43). Soma, kiln-cast, cold-worked; metal. Richard Whiteley (Australian, b. United Kingdom, 1963), Australia, Canberra, ACT, 2008. H. 177.8 cm (2010.6.18). Untitled, cast. Nicolas Africano (American, b. 1948) with the assistance of Melanie Hunter, U.S., Normal, IL, 2008. H. 65 cm (2010.4.22). Gift of Lani McGregor and Daniel Schwoerer. The Cold Genius, cut colored glass, lead came; light box. Judith Schaechter (American, b. 1961), U.S., Philadelphia, PA, 2009. W. 106.7 cm (2010.4.121). Gift of the Ennion Society. Forest Glass, glass, acrylic, steel; about 2,000 found drinking glasses. Katherine Gray (Canadian, b. 1965), U.S., Los Angeles, CA, 2009. Tallest: H. 289.6 cm (2010.4.49). Smallpox Virus and HIV (Human Immuno­ deficiency Virus) from the “Glass Microbiology” series, blown and flameworked borosilicate glass. Luke Jerram (British, b. 1974) with the assistance of Brian Jones and Norman Veitch, U.K., Bristol, the 25th Rakow Commission, 2010. Taller: H. 25.7 cm, D. 17.5 cm (2010.2.46).

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Smallpox Virus and HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) from the “Glass Microbiology” series. Luke Jerram (British, b. 1974) with the assistance of Brian Jones and Norman Veitch, the 25th Rakow Commission, 2010. Larger: H. 17.5 cm, W. 25.7 cm (2010.2.46).


Selected Additions to the Library Collection

Joachim Friedrich Meyen and others, Kurzer Unterricht von der Beschaffenheit und dem Ge­brauch der Vergrösserungsgläser und Tele­ skopien. Germany, Dresden and Leipzig, Fried­ rich Heckel, 1747. H. 20.3 cm, W. 16 cm, 72 pp., seven leaves of plates (CMGL 114461). This treatise on microscopy is bound with five other extremely rare German tracts on microscopes and optical instruments. Five cartouche studies. England, William Beilby (English, 1740–1819) and Thomas Beilby (English, 1747–1826), about 1765. Watercolor, pen, and ink on paper. Largest: H. 18.8 cm, W. 23.5 cm (CMGL 115144–115148). Purchased with funds from the Fellows of The Corning Museum of Glass. One cartouche contains a watercolor landscape design, signed by William Beilby.

The Botanic Garden: A Poem, in Two Parts. Erasmus Darwin, 1791. H. 29.5 cm, W. 22.5 cm (CMGL 119090). Right: fore-edge painting of “Kew Bridge on the River Thames.”

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The Botanic Garden: A Poem, in Two Parts. England, London, Erasmus Darwin (English, 1731–1802), for J. Johnson, 1791. Two volumes in one. H. 29.5 cm, W. 22.5 cm (CMGL 119090). Two engraved frontispieces, 18 engraved plates (one folding). Fore-edge painting of “Kew Bridge on the River Thames.” Première exposition publique des produits de l’industrie française. France, Grenoble, J. Allier, 1799. First edition, second printing. H. 21 cm, W. 12.5 cm, 30 pp. (CMGL 117335). This is the earliest published catalog of a French industrial exhibition (held in Paris in 1798) containing names and locations of participating artists and merchants. Tube appellé kalidoscop ou multiplicateur, design for a kaleidoscope. French, 1818. Ink and watercolor on paper. H. 27 cm, W. 43.5 cm (CMGL 113208). Seven design patents for ornamentation of glassware. U.S., Washington, DC, United States Patent Office, 1886–1892. Each: H. 38 cm, W. 25.4 cm (CMGL 119132, 119136– 119142, 119147). All cut glass patterns; patents awarded to William C. Anderson, 1892; Richard Briggs, 1889 (2); George E. Hatch, 1886; Thomas G. Hawkes, 1889; John Hoare, 1891; and Hermann Siegel, 1892. Weiss-Décor-Buch, bound design pattern book for luxury domestic glassware. Central Europe, about 1900. Original pencil and ink drawings, with some color. H. 54 cm, W. 38 cm (CMGL 113539). Glassblowers, Murano. Italy, Venice, James McBey (Scottish, 1883–1959), 1925. Print made from dry-point engraving, antique


Glassblowers, Murano. James McBey, 1925. H. 17.3 cm, W. 20 cm (CMGL 113141).

French cream laid paper. H. 17.3 cm, W. 20 cm (CMGL 113141). Five design plans for structures and mech­ anisms relating to the production of the 200inch disk for the Hale Telescope at Palomar Mountain, California. U.S., Corning, NY, George V. McCauley (American, 1882–1976), about 1934. Black ink on coated linen. Largest: H. 96 cm, W. 114 cm (CMGL 118491, 118492, 118498, 118502, 118510). Gift of Mrs. Anne Price. Design drawing for Venini glass figurine, seated male musician playing cymbals. Italy, Fulvio Bianconi (Italian, 1915–1996), about 1950. Pen and pencil on paper. H. 26 cm, W. 20 cm (CMGL 119150). Gift of Rainer Zietz.

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Design drawing for Venini glass figurine, seated male musician playing cymbals. Fulvio Bianconi, about 1950. H. 26 cm, W. 20 cm (CMGL 119150). Gift of Rainer Zietz.


Exhibitions and Loans

Special Exhibition

Voices of Contemporary Glass: The Heineman Collection Contemporary Glass Gallery Through January 2, 2011

Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants Changing Exhibitions Gallery May 15, 2010–January 2, 2011

Masters of Studio Glass: Jirˇí Harcuba West Bridge March 27–October 31, 2010

Other Exhibitions Favorites from the Contemporary Glass Collection Changing Exhibitions Gallery Through January 3, 2010 Tiffany Treasures: Design Drawings by Alice Gouvy and Lillian Palmié West Bridge Through March 21, 2010 Rakow Research Library March 24–April 30, 2010 View of “Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants” exhibition.

Drawings for American Stained Glass Rakow Research Library May 17–December 31, 2010 East Meets West: Cross-Cultural Influences in Glassmaking in the 18th and 19th Centuries West Bridge November 18, 2010–October 30, 2011

Glass on Loan In 2010, the Museum had 61 objects on loan to 10 exhibitions in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. These loans are listed below in chronological order.

Tiffany Treasures: Favrile Glass from Special Collections West Bridge Through October 31, 2010

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“Alchemy: Crucible of Chemistry,” Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT, through January 3, 2010; six objects. “Horace Walpole’s Strawberry Hill,” Yale Center for British Art, Yale University, New Haven, CT, through January 3, 2010; one object. “Venice in the Age of Canaletto,” The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL, through January 10, 2010; and Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN, Feb­ ruary 13–May 9, 2010; one object. “Louis Comfort Tiffany: Couleurs et lumière,” Musée du Luxembourg, Paris, France, through January 17, 2010; “Tiffany Glass,” Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, QC, Canada, February 11–May 2, 2010; and “Louis Comfort Tiffany: Color and Light,” Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA, June 5–August 29, 2010; six objects. “Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns, and Mermaids,” Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney, NSW, Australia, through May 23, 2010; and Ontario Science Center, Toronto, ON, Canada, October 9, 2010– January 9, 2011; one object. “Traveling the Silk Road: Ancient Pathway to the Modern World,” American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY, through August 15, 2010; six objects. “Preston Singletary: Echoes, Fire and Shadows,” Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA, through September 19, 2010; Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ, October 18, 2010–February 6, 2011; one object. “Ancient Rome and America,” National Constitution Center, Philadelphia, PA, Feb­ ruary 19–August 1, 2010; one object. “Masters of Studio Glass: Richard Craig Meitner,” Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA, July 17, 2010–June 19, 2011; 34 objects. “Wine and Spirit: Rituals, Remedies, and Revelry,” Mount Holyoke College Art Mu­seum, South Hadley, MA, September 2– December 12, 2010; four objects.

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Library Materials on Loan “A New Light on Tiffany: Clara Driscoll and the Tiffany Girls,” Museum Villa Stuck, Munich, Germany, through January 17, 2010; two original watercolor design drawings for Tiffany Enamel Department, lent to the NewYork Historical Society.

View of exhibition “East Meets West: CrossCultural Influences in Glassmaking in the 18th and 19th Centuries.”

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Objects on display in West Bridge exhibition “Tiffany Treasures: Favrile Glass from Special Collections.”


Education and Public Programs

Adult Programs Conference on Medieval Art and Architecture (hosted by the Museum), November 13 Exploritas (formerly Elderhostel) at The Studio, March 15–18 Glass and Ceramics Conservation 2010, interim meeting of the ICOM Committee for Conservation Working Group (hosted by the Museum), October 3–6

Centre International de Recherche et d’Edu­ cation Culturelle et Agricole (CIRECA), Domaine de Boisbuchet, Lessac, France, June 30–July 10 Liquid Fusion Workshop (leader: Paul Haigh; makers: Annette Sheppard, Eric Meek, Verana Schatz) Woodburning Workshop (leaders: Fred Herbst, Steve Gibbs; maker: Lewis Olson) Hot Glass Show

Hot Glass Programs Demonstrations at the Museum and in Corning Corning, NY, GlassFest, May 27–30 Flameworking, Glass Breaking, Optical Fiber How’d They Do That? The Late Show You Design It; We Make It! GlassLab Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany, June 14–20 (during Art Basel; designers: Atelier Oi, Nacho Carbonell, Wendell Castle, Paul Haigh, Sigga Heimis, Max Lamb, Tomáš Libertiny, Olgoj Chorchoj, David Wiseman, Jeff Zimmerman; makers: Steve Gibbs, Lewis Olson, Eric Meek, Marc Barreda, Maria-Bang Espersen, David H. McNabb) Jeff Zimmerman presents GlassLab demonstration during Art Basel at Vitra Design Museum.

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Hot Glass Roadshow University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, WI, October 5–9 (makers: Erik Meek, John Cowden, G. Brian Juk, Jamie Perian, Ian Schmidt) SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL, November 5–7 (leader: John Cowden; makers: Erik Meek, G. Brian Juk; guest artists: Jamie Harris, John Miller, Laura Donefer, Richard Jolley, Devyn Baron, Keith Rowe, Martin Janecky, Brook F. White, Susie Slabaugh, Tim Shaw, Noel Hart, Tyler Rock) Hot Glass at Sea Presented live narrated demonstrations in hot glass studio on Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Equinox, and (since it was launched in April) Celebrity Eclipse


Meet the Artist Lectures Dante Marioni, February 25 Jirˇí Harcuba and April Surgent, June 24 Members’ Events Preview of “Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants” Reception with Dante Marioni (Meet the Artist) Reception with Jirˇí Harcuba and April Surgent (Meet the Artist) Reception for Rakow Commission by Luke Jerram (Meet the Artist) Tour of “East Meets West,” November 20 Rakow Library Program Save Your Memories: A Workshop on Caring for Family Diaries, Letters, Photographs, and Other Keepsakes (co-hosted by Southeast Steuben County Library), May 2 Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel) at The Studio, October 17–22 and November 14–19 Seminar on Glass (49th annual): “Medieval Glass and Its Influence,” October 14–16 Lectures October 14 “Beauty and the Beast,” William Gudenrath “Glass and Glassmaking in the Middle Ages,” David Whitehouse “Medieval Stained Glass and Its Architectural Context,” Timothy B. Husband “Welcome and New Acquisitions Review,” David Whitehouse October 15 “Armorial, Guild, and Family Glasses,” Florian Knothe “The Hedwig Beakers,” Jens Kröger “Let’s Fill This Glass with Wine!” Azélina Jaboulet-Vercherre “Rakow Commission,” Luke Jerram (presented via Skype) Presentation on techniques of medieval glassworkers, William Gudenrath and David Whitehouse October 16 “Imagining the Past and Inventing the Present: The Uses of History in 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-Century Glass,” Tina Oldknow “No Lost Art: Responses to Medieval Art and Craftsmanship in Late 19th- and Early 20thCentury Stained Glass,” Peter Cormack

Gallery and Museum Tours “Exploring Techniques in the Collection Galleries,” William Gudenrath “Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants,” David Whitehouse “New Conservation Lab and Registration Area,” Warren Bunn and Stephen Koob “Stained Glass through the Ages,” Bonnie Wright “Tiffany Treasures,” Jane Shadel Spillman Other Activity Wood-Fired Furnace Demonstration, Fred Herbst and Steve Gibbs, at Corning Community College 2300° (10th-anniversary year) “Smokin’ Hot,” January 21 “Birthday Bash!” February 18 “Day after St. Patrick’s Day,” March 18 “GlassFest,” May 27 “East Meets West,” November 18 “Peace, Love, and 2300°,” December 16

Family Programs Family Exploration Series “Families Explore: Egypt,” January 17 “Families Explore: India,” February 21 “Families Explore: France,” March 21 “Families Explore: Green” (Earth Day), April 18 “Families Explore: The Middle Ages,” May 16 “Families Explore: Germany,” September 19 “Families Explore: Science,” October 24

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Participants in “Families Explore: The Middle Ages” enjoy a spinningwheel demonstration.


Jane Spillman, curator of American glass, leads guided tour of “Tiffany Treasures” exhibition.

“Families Explore: China,” November 21 Family Night at the Museum, March 12 and September 24 Fun with Glass Holiday Open House, December 4 and 5 Make Your Own Glass

Children’s Programs Glass Camp: Glass Detectives (ages 9–12), July 12–16 Little Gather (storytelling, ages 3–10) Merry Mischief: Medieval Mayhem, July 7 Suzanne D. White: A Glass Act for Kids, July 14 Tommy Gardner: Kangaroo Waffles and Other Treasures, July 21 Nels Cremean/In Jest: The Greatest Show on Mirth, July 28 Prismatic Magic: A Summer Jam Spectacular, August 4 Susan Rozler: Mama Earth’s Kitchen Band, August 11 Judy Stock: Instruments around the World, August 18 Miss Kristy and Friends: Shelves of Stories, August 25

Youth Programs Explainers Fire Up Your Future, January 8 and August 12 Junior Curators (included exhibition “Dreaming with Open Eyes: Fantasy Meets Reality” at The Studio, June 11–October 31)

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Scout Programs All Scouts Fun with Glass Super Scout Saturday, November 6 Boy Scouts Art Geology Science Girl Scouts Advanced Bead It! March 27 and October 9 Art Bead It! March 27 and October 9 Science

School Programs Glass: It’s Art, History, Science, and More! (attended by 12,500 children) Immersion in Glass Studies Student Art Show (42nd annual), May 7–11

Teacher Programs

Evening for Educators, March 18 and November 18 Love It Local! July 19 New York State Middle School Association, eighth annual Middle Level Institute (hosted by the Museum), June 28 and 29

Educational Tours Adventures in Glass: Art, History, Science (all grades/interdisciplinary or subject-focused)


Ancient Civilizations (middle school and up) Architecture (high school and college) Astronomy (middle school and up) Be a Designer (all grades) Exploring Shapes and Colors (pre-kindergarten and kindergarten) Glass and Our Community (third grade) Glass: It’s All Shapes and Sizes (first grade) Glass Matters! (fifth grade) International Baccalaureate Program: Chemistry and World History Interdisciplinary Study Introduction to the Rakow Library: Services and Collections (all grades/interdisciplinary or subject-focused) Meet the Museum (adult groups) Museum Careers (high school and college) Supply and Demand (middle school and up) Team Building (adult groups) Uses of Glass (elementary school)

Guided Tours Artist’s Choice Tours Jirˇí Harcuba, June 25 Martin Janecky, July 2 Nick Mount, July 9 Kristina Logan, July 16 Paul Stankard, July 23 Laura Donefer, July 30 Rebecca Congdon, August 6 Treg Silkwood, August 13 Denise Stillwaggon Leone, August 20 William Gudenrath, August 27 Daniel Clayman, September 3 Audio and/or curatorial tours of “Medieval Glass” and “Tiffany Treasures” Docent-led tours of “Voices of Contemporary Glass” Family Hidden Treasures tours Hidden Treasures tours Summer youth group tours: Journey through Glass Tours of The Studio

What Inspired Frederick Carder? (Carder Gallery) Who’s Looking at You, Kids? (Glass Collection Galleries) Winter Wonders (Glass Collection Galleries) “Be a Glass Detective”: Family Gallery “Director’s Top 10” Rack Card (Museum Collection) “Kids’ Top 10” Rack Card (Museum Collection) Museum Explainers’ Gallery Carts Ancient Glass Caneworking and Murrine Casting Techniques Glass Recipes and Cameo Glass Optics Pressed and Cut Glass Stained Glass

The Studio Intensive Courses January 4–9 “Flameworking for Everybody,” Emilio Santini “Mold Making and More” (kiln casting), Lucartha Kohler “A Personal Introduction to Molten Glass” (glassblowing), Carl Siglin Luann Baker creates object at furnace during glassblowing class at The Studio.

Gallery Activities Activity Cards Garden Gallery Hunt (Glass Collection Galleries) Harvest Hunt (Glass Collection Galleries) Searching for Animals (Glass Collection Galleries) Sources of Inspiration (“Voices of Contemporary Glass” exhibition)

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January 11–16 “Flameworking Using Ultimate Details,” Loren Stump “Introduction to Pâte de Verre,” Sayaka Suzuki “Looking at Patterns and Murrine” (glassblowing), Giles Bettison January 18–23 “Color and Form” (glassblowing), Jamie Harris “Exploring Gilding on Glass” (gilding and painting), Frances Federer “Imagery in Kiln Forming,” Rene Culler “Survey of Forms in Soft and Borosilicate Glass” (flameworking), Shane Fero Susan Plum prepares glass plate for sandblasting during Denise Stillwaggon Leone’s class “Painting the Void: Sandblasting and Vitreous Painting” at The Studio.

January 25–30 “Color, Form, and Decorative Motifs in Borosilicate Glass” (flameworking), Suellen Fowler “An In-Depth Introduction to Venetian Techniques” (glassblowing), William Gudenrath “Next Steps in Glassblowing,” Harry Seaman

“Painting the Void: Sandblasting and Vitreous Painting,” Denise Stillwaggon Leone February 1–6 “Advanced Cold Construction” (cold working), Martin Rosol “From the Kiln to the Hot Shop (and Back Again)” (kiln working and glassblowing), Mark Ditzler and Harry Seaman “Graphic and Color Systems in Glass” (glassblowing), Mark Matthews “Intermediate Marbles with Borosilicate Glass” (flameworking), Christopher Rice February 8–13 “Beadmaking with an Introduction to Glass Buttons” (flameworking), Heather Trimlett “Enhance Your Glass” (kiln-worked glass and silver, bronze, and copper metal clay), Ed and Martha Biggar “From the Kiln to the Hot Shop (and Back Again),” Mark Ditzler and Harry Seaman “An In-Depth Introduction to Venetian Techniques” (glassblowing), William Gudenrath May 31–June 11 “Flameworking for Everybody,” Emilio Santini and Alex Hamilton “Scandinavian Focus” (glassblowing), Susanne Jøker Johnsen “Venetian Techniques in Glass Painting,” Lucia Santini “What Is Going On in There?” (kiln working), Ann Robinson June 14–19 “Cold Construction” (cold working), Martin Rosol “Flameworking Using Ultimate Details,” Loren Stump “The Sum of Its Parts: Methods and Materials for the Mixed-Media Glass Artist,” Lance Friedman “Traditional Printmaking Techniques on Glass” (kiln working), Jody Danner Walker June 21–July 2 “Bead Intensive” (flameworking), Heather Trimlett and Caitlin Hyde “Blowing and Sculpting inside the Bubble,” Martin Janecky “Glass Carving, Engraving, and Cold Construction,” Jirˇí Harcuba and Martin Rosol “Power of Light: Traditional Czech Sculpting” (kiln working), Pavel Koprˇiva

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July 5–10 “Enhance Your Glass: Intermediate Steps” (precious metal clay and glass), Ed and Martha Biggar “Form and Color” (glassblowing), Nick Mount “Within the Walls” (kiln working), Martin Kremer July 12–17 “Beadmaking: Expanding Your Skills” (flameworking), Kristina Logan “Hot Glass Sculpting,” Karen WillenbrinkJohnsen and Jasen Johnsen “Revealing the Surface” (kiln working, sand casting, and cold working), Chad Holliday July 19–24 “Fantastic Fused Fish, Flowers, and Fauna (kiln working), Mark Ditzler “An In-Depth Introduction to Venetian Techniques” (glassblowing), William Gudenrath “Miniature Paperweights” (flameworking), Paul Stankard “Next Steps in Glassblowing,” Harry Seaman July 26–31 “The Art of Cameo Engraving,” Helen Millard “Flameworking Cocktail,” Karina Guévin and Cédric Ginart “Hot Glass, What a Blast!” (glassblowing), Laura Donefer “Personal Expression in Kiln-Shaped Glass,” Jacqueline Cooley and Jo Newman August 9–14 “Beginning Flameworking,” Jim Byrnes “Sculpting from Nature,” Treg Silkwood “Three-Dimensional Kiln-Formed Mosaics,” Douglas Randall

September 6–11 “Beginning Glassblowing,” Amanda Gundy “Blowing Your Mind” (glassblowing), Janusz Pozniak “Explorations in Glass Casting” (kiln working), Loretta Yang “Introduction to Flameworking,” Timothy Drier Ten-Week Courses (one session each week) Spring “Beadmaking & Jewelry Design,” Linda McCollumn “Beginning Glassblowing,” Allison Duncan “Continuing Glassblowing,” Jeremy Unterman “Introduction to Cane Working,” Jeremy Unterman “Introduction to Flameworking,” Jim Byrnes Fall “Beadmaking & Jewelry Design,” Linda McCollumn “Beginning Flameworking,” Jim Byrnes “Beginning Glassblowing,” Allison Duncan “Continuing Glassblowing,” Jeremy Unterman Weekend Workshops Spring Glassblowing “Beginning Glassblowing,” Aaron Jack, Dane Jack, Quinn Doyle, and Janet Dalecki “Next Steps in Glassblowing,” Quinn Doyle “Some Assembly Required: An Introduction to Hot Glass Construction,” Jeremy Unterman

August 16–27 “An In-Depth Introduction to Venetian Techniques” (glassblowing), William Gudenrath “Painting the Void: Sandblasting and Vitreous Painting,” Denise Stillwaggon Leone “Pâte de Verre” (kiln working), Kimiake and Shin-ichi Higuchi

Flameworking “Bead Basics: Introduction to Flameworked Beads,” Caitlin Hyde and Linda McCollumn “Beginning Flameworking,” Jim Byrnes “Flameworked Animal Beads,” Elijah Schwartz “Fusing and Flameworking Crossover,” Gayla Lee and Becky Congdon “Next Steps in Creating Flameworked Beads,” Becky Congdon “Next Steps in Flameworking,” Jim Byrnes

August 30–September 4 “Advanced Solid Sculpture” (hot sculpting), Pino Signoretto “Mold Making for Glass Casting” (kiln working), Daniel Clayman “The Zen of Flameworking,” Debbie Tarsitano

Flat Glass “Beginning Stained Glass,” Tony Serviente “Flat Glass Techniques,” Tony Serviente “Fused Glass Jewelry,” Gayla Lee “Introduction to Fused Glass,” Glady West “Next Steps in Fusing,” Glady West

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Slate Grove and Leo Tecosky blow glass during their collaborative artists’ residency in September 2010.

“Photosandblasting Glass,” Denise Stillwaggon Leone “Precious Metal Clay and Glass Using Copper and Bronze,” Ed and Martha Biggar Fall Glassblowing “Beginning Glassblowing,” Aaron Jack, Chrissy Lapham, and Quinn Doyle “Introduction to Cane Working,” Jeremy Unterman “Next Steps in Glassblowing,” Aaron Jack and Lorin Silverman Flameworking “Bead Basics: Introduction to Flameworked Beads,” Linda McCollumn “Beginning Flameworking,” Jim Byrnes “Fancy Icicles,” Caitlin Hyde “Flameworked Animal Beads,” Elijah Schwartz “Fusing and Flameworking Crossover,” Gayla Lee and Becky Congdon “Next Steps in Flameworking,” Jim Byrnes

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Kiln-Based Glass “Flat Glass Techniques,” Tony Serviente “Functional Fusing,” Janet Dalecki “Next Steps in Fusing,” Glady West “Painting on Glass,” Denise Stillwaggon Leone “Precious Metal Clay and Glass Using Copper and Bronze,” Ed and Martha Biggar One-Day Workshops Spring “Beadmaking,” Allison Duncan “Beginning Glassblowing,” Quinn Doyle “Paperweights at the Furnace,” Chrissy Lapham Fall “Beadmaking,” Allison Duncan “Fast and Fun: A Lively Introduction to Stained Glass and Etching,” Tony Serviente “Jewelry Design with Precious Metal Clay and Premade Glass,” Beth Hylen “Marble Making,” Quinn Doyle “Paperweights at the Furnace,” Quinn Doyle “Pumpkins and Gourds at the Furnace,” Chrissy Lapham


To the Museum Award for “outstanding collaboration” to the Rakow Research Library for working with Carder Steuben Club to digitize photographs from early years of Steuben firm, presented by Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

From the Museum Artists in Residence Eliza Au (Canada), April Marie Retpen (Denmark, lives in Spain), April Gayla Lee (U.S.), May

Leo Tecosky and Slate Grove (U.S.), September Erica Rosenfeld (U.S.), October K Hyewook Huh (South Korea), November Rakow Commission: Luke Jerram Rakow Grant for Glass Research: Jerzy J. Kunicki-Goldfinger, Marjan Sterckx Rakow Library research scholarships: Anne Rich (Horseheads High School, first place), Lauren Burt (Corning–Painted Post West High School, second place) Student Art Show scholarships: Jacque Pruden (Corning–Painted Post East High School), Alex Nagle (Corning–Painted Post West High School)

Awards

Forest Glass, glass, acrylic, steel; about 2,000 found drinking glasses. Katherine Gray (Canadian, b. 1965), U.S., Los Angeles, CA, 2009. Tallest: H. 289.6 cm (2010.4.49).

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Professional Activities

Publications Bardhan, Gail P. “Breaking the Glass Ceiling,” The Flow, Winter 2010, pp. 32–34. Chatterjee, Nivedita. “Tiffany Design Drawings,” Profitable Glass Quarterly, v. 13, no. 2, Summer 2010, pp. 22–23.

Black Cylinder #3, cased, blown; applied thread drawing. Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) with the assistance of Flora Mace, Joey Kirkpatrick, and James Mongrain, U.S., Seattle, WA, 2006. H. 60.2 cm, D. 20.7 cm (2010.4.128). Gift of Dale and Leslie Chihuly in memory of Thomas S. Buechner.

Dolbashian, Diane. Contributor to The Cor­ ning Museum of Glass: Notable Acquisi­ tions 2009, Corning: the museum, 2010 (hereafter, Notable Acquisitions 2009). Goldschmidt, Eric S. “Goblet Shape Fundamentals,” Glass Line, v. 24, no. 1, June / July 2010, pp. 14–21. ——. “Modern Interpretations and the Importance of Our Past,” Profitable Glass Quar­ terly, v. 13, no. 3, Fall 2010, pp. 34–36. ——. “My Favorite Tools: Heat, Gravity, & Centrifugal Force,” The Flow, Autumn 2010, p. 16+.

Gudenrath, William. Roman Cameo Glass in the British Museum (with Paul Roberts, Veronica Tatton-Brown, and David Whitehouse), London: British Museum Press, 2010. Glass Masters at Work: William Gudenrath (DVD), a video by Robin Lehman, Corning: The Corning Museum of Glass, 2010. ——. “Glassblowing in the Middle Ages: Tradition and Innovation,” in David Whitehouse, Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants, Corning: The Corning Mu­ seum of Glass, 2010, pp. 70–83. Hylen, Beth J. “At the Lamp,” The Flow, Summer 2010, pp. 42–44+. ——. “Explore the History of Beadmaking at the Rakow Research Library,” The Glass Bead, v. 17, no. 3, Summer 2010, pp. 7–9. Knothe, Florian. Contributor to Notable Acquisitions 2009. ——. “East Meets West: Cross-Cultural Influences in Glassmaking in the 18th and 19th Centuries,” Journal of Glass Studies, v. 52, Corning: The Corning Museum of Glass, 2010 (hereafter, JGS), pp. 201–216. ——. “Persian Series Vase,” in World of An­ tiques & Art, no. 78, February–August 2010, pp. 134–135. ——. “Tapestry as a Medium of Propaganda at Louis XIV’s Court: Display and Audience,” in Baroque Tapestry, ed. Thomas P. Campbell and Elizabeth Cleland, New York and New Haven, Connecticut: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2010, pp. 342–359. Koob, Stephen P. “An Assessment of Poly­mers Used in Conservation Treatments at The Corning Museum of Glass” (with Norman H. Tennent), Glass and Ceramics Conservation 2010, interim meeting of the ICOM-CC Working Group, Corning, October 3–6, 2010, Corning: ICOM Committee for Conservation in association with The Corning Museum of Glass, 2010 (hereafter, Glass and Ceramics), pp. 100–109. ——. “The Conservation Program in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on Samothrace,” in Samothracian Connections: Essays in Honor of James R. McCredie, ed. Olga Palagia and Bonna D. Wescoat, Oxford, U.K.: Oxbow Books, 2010, pp. 197–208. ——. “An Experimental Treatment for Severely Crizzled Glasses,” Glass and Ceramics, pp. 128–132.

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Oldknow, Tina. Contributor to Notable Acquisitions 2009. ——. “Au-delà de la fonction: Quand le verre se fait art / Contemporary Glass: Transcending Function for Art,” in Studio Glass: Collection Anna et Joe Mendel/Anna and Joe Mendel Collection, ed. Diane Charbonneau, Montreal: Musée des Beaux-Arts / Museum of Fine Arts, 2010, pp. 13–17. ——. “Dan Klein (1938–2009),” JGS, pp. 265– 266. ——. “A Glimpse at the Past of Contemporary Glass: Corning’s 1959 and 1979 Exhibitions, the Toledo Glass Nationals, and Other Landmark Shows” (with Thomas S. Buechner and others), Glass Art Society Journal, Seattle: the society, 2010, pp. 126– 132. ——. “Jury Statement” and “The Rakow Commission,” New Glass Review 31, Corning: The Corning Museum of Glass, 2010, pp. 71–74 and 95–97. ——. Karen LaMonte: Charting the Iconog­ raphy of Desire (exhibition brochure), New York: Heller Gallery, 2010. ——. “Thinking BIGG,” in Breakthrough Ideas in Global Glass, ed. Kelly Stevelt and Valarie Williams, Columbus, OH: Ohio State University, 2010, pp. 13–16. Spillman, Jane Shadel. Editor, The Glass Club Bulletin (GCB), National American Glass Club, nos. 216–218, 2010. ——. Contributor to Notable Acquisitions 2009. ——. “Another Amelung Sugar Bowl,” GCB, no. 218, Autumn 2010, pp. 5–7. ——. “Ceramics Copied from American Glass: A 19th-Century Phenom[e]non,” GCB, no. 216, Spring 2010, pp. 9–13. ——. “A Lafayette Vase,” GCB, no. 218, Autumn 2010, pp. 7–9. ——. Review of Joan E. Kaiser, The Glass In­ dustry in South Boston, in GCB, no. 216, Spring 2010, pp. 20–22. ——. Review of Ardis M. Slater, Bellflower Pressed Glass: America’s First Complete Tableware, in GCB, no. 218, Autumn 2010, pp. 19–20. ——. Review of Oceans Odyssey: Deep-Sea Shipwrecks in the English Channel, Straits of Gibraltar & Atlantic Ocean, ed. Greg Stemm and Sean Kingsley, in GCB, no. 217, Summer 2010, pp. 16–17.

——. Review of Tiffany Glass: A Passion for Colour, ed. Roselind M. Pepall, in GCB, no. 217, Summer 2010, pp. 18–19. Van Giffen, N. Astrid R. “Deterioration and Preservation of Blaschka Glasses” (with Katherine Eremin and others), Glass and Ceramics, pp. 53–62. Whitehouse, David B. Islamic Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, v. 1, Objects with Scratch-Engraved and Wheel-Cut Ornament, Corning: the museum, 2010. ——. Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants, Corning: The Corning Museum of Glass, 2010. ——. Contributor to Notable Acquisitions 2009. ——. Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants (exhibition brochure), Corning: The Corning Museum of Glass, 2010. ——. “The Periplus Maris Erythraei and Beyond,” review of Renata Tomber, IndoRoman Trade: From Pots to Pepper, in Journal of Roman Archaeology, v. 23, 2010, reviews fascicle, pp. 782–784. ——. “Thomas S. Buechner (1926–2010),” JGS, pp. 261–263. See also Gudenrath, William.

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Footed vase, blown, tooled, applied. U.S., probably Cambridge, MA, New England Glass Company, about 1845. H. 24.8 cm (2010.4.10). Purchased with funds from the Gladys M. and Harry A. Snyder Memorial Trust.


Lectures Bardhan, Gail P. “From Theophilus to Cappy Thompson: The Rakow Library,” American Glass Guild conference, Detroit, MI. ——. “The Visual Idea: A Conversation about the Rakow Library’s Design Drawings” (with Beth J. Hylen), Carder Steuben Club Symposium, Corning, NY. Brill, Robert H. “Four Projects Suggested for Collaboration, 2010–2011,” Sullivan Park, Corning Incorporated, Corning, NY. ——. “The Morphology of Weathering on Ancient Glasses,” meeting of the Glass and Optical Materials Division, American Ceramic Society, Corning, NY. ——. “Some Informal Remarks on Our Mu­ seum’s Experience with the Bruker Tracer III–V XRF Analyzer,” Denver X-Ray Conference, Denver, CO. Brumagen, Regan. “Beads: Bicone, Chevron, Dichroic, Kiffa, Millefiori, Porphyr, Rondel . . . You Will Find Them All in the Rakow Research Library of The Corning Museum of Glass!” (with Beth J. Hylen), annual gathering, International Society of Glass Beadmakers, Rochester, NY. Bunkley, John K. “Preserving Your Community’s Stories through Oral History,” annual conference, New York State Library Assistants’ Association, Corning, NY (hereafter, NYSLAA conference). Burns, Kenneth L. “Closing In on Compact Shelving” (with Lori A. Fuller and Tracy L. Savard), NYSLAA conference. Cassetti, Robert K. “Singing from the Same Sheet of Music” (with Nancy J. Earley), Museum Institute, Sagamore, NY. Earley, Nancy J. See Cassetti, Robert K. Fuller, Lori A. See Burns, Kenneth L. Gudenrath, William.* Hylen, Beth J. See Bardhan, Gail P., and Brumagen, Regan. Knothe, Florian.* “Beyond Boundaries: Beads in The Corning Museum of Glass,”

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International So­ciety of Glass Beadmakers conference, Rochester and Corning, NY. ——. ‘“Conspicuous Distinctiveness’: Heraldry and the Continuous Application of a Medieval Art-Form in Glass,” conference on medieval art and architecture in honor of Prof. Meredith Lillich, The Corning Museum of Glass. ——. “East Meets West: Cross-Cultural Influences in Glassmaking in the 18th and 19th Centuries,” New York Metropolitan Glass Club, New York, NY. Koob, Stephen P. “Conservation and Care of Glass Objects,” GlassFest, Corning, NY. McGovern, Megan H. “Coordinating Digitization Programs: Theory and Practice,” NYSLAA conference. ——. “Managing Digital Assets” (via Skype), annual conference, Western Museums Asso­ ciation, Portland, OR. Mills, Mary Cheek. “Cut Vine and Shamrock: Lamps and Tableware of Union Cut and Plain Flint Glassworks,” Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates, Mt. Crawford, VA. ——. “Glass in Early America,” Winterthur Museum & Country Estate, Winterthur, DE. ——. “History and Technology of American Glass,” Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York, NY. Oldknow, Tina.* “Glass: Material in the Service of Meaning,” Glass Art Association of Canada Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada. ——. “New Glass Review: What Makes the Cut,” Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia, and John Burton Program, Salem Community College, Carney’s Point, NJ. ——. “Seeing through Mass: Glass Architecture and Its Metaphors,” Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia. ——. “Sources of Inspiration: The Heineman Collection,” Peninsula Glass Guild, Charles H. Taylor Arts Center, Hampton, VA, and University of Rochester Laser Energetics Lab, Rochester, NY. ——. “Studio Glass” and “Collecting,” for the course “Glass Insights” (with Richard Jolley and Tommie Rush), Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC (included panel discussion).


——. “The Wizard of Nancy and His Successors: Glass, Contemporary Art, and Alchemy,” Metropolitan Glass Club, New York, NY; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia; Sydney College of the Visual Arts, Sydney, NSW, Australia; and Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Elkins Park, PA.

Bunn, Warren M., II. Vice president, Executive Committee, Board of Directors, The Exhibition Alliance (a New York State nonprofit museum service organization); member, Registrars’ Committee, American Association of Museums (hereafter, AAM). Cassetti, Robert K. Board member, Museumwise, Oneonta, NY.

Savard, Tracy L. See Burns, Kenneth L. Spillman, Jane Shadel. “Dining in Style: Table Settings,” Petite Antiques Forum, Baton Rouge, LA. ——. “Dining with the President: White House Table Settings,” Charleston Art & Antiques Forum, Charleston, SC. ——. “From Victorian to Mid-Century Modern: American Glass, 1900–1960,” Decorative Arts and Preservation Forum, Columbus, MS. ——. “Glass in the American Home: From Victorian to Mid-Century Modern,” Columbus, MS. ——. “Glass in the Southern Home,” Natchez Antiques Forum, Natchez, MS. ——. “Pairpoint Tableware,” Carder Steuben Club Symposium, Corning, NY. Whitehouse, David B.* “Early Islamic and Byzantine Silver Stain” (with Lisa Pilosi), The British Museum, London, U.K. ——. “The Glass from Begram,” The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, and Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA. * For lecture at Seminar on Glass, see page 13.

Other Activities

Corradini, Ellen D. Secretary, Museum Management Committee, AAM; member, So­ ciety for Human Resource Management, Alexandria, VA. Duane, Elizabeth M. Board member, Gaffer District and Finger Lakes Wine Country, Corning, NY; chairman, marketing committee, Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance, Penn Yan, NY. Gudenrath, William. Taught “An Introduc­tion to Venetian Glassworking Techniques,” Fire River Art Glass Studio, Sacramento, CA; demonstrated Roman, medieval, and Renaissance Venetian glassworking techniques at the Provinciaal Archeologisch Museum, Velzeke, Belgium; made replacement foot for The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Virgil Cup of late 15th or early 16th century to replace stylistically incorrect 19thcentury replacement foot; member, International Advisory Committee, UrbanGlass, Brooklyn, NY. Hylen, Beth J. President, Art Libraries Society of Western New York; member, History Advisory Committee, Glass Art Society; member, Safety Advisory Committee, International Society of Glass Beadmakers.

Bliss, Kelly L. Received certificate of achievement, level 4, from New York State Library Assistants’ Association (hereafter, NYSLAA). Brill, Robert H. Vice chairman, Technical Committee 17, International Commission on Glass (hereafter, TC 17). Brumagen, Regan. President, Academic and Special Libraries Section, New York Library Association; member, membership promotion committee and instruction section, policy and publications review committee, Association of College & Research Libraries.

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Condiment and butter dishes in form of canoe, blown, ground, cut; silver mounts. U.S., Philadelphia, PA, J. E. Caldwell & Company, about 1880. Longer: L. 25 cm (2010.4.11, .12).


Kapral, Kathleen A. Received certificate of achievement, level 4, from NYSLAA. Knothe, Florian. Served as consultant on French furniture to the Philadelphia Mu­ seum of Art, Philadelphia, PA. Koob, Stephen P. Supervised one intern from the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, and one from the Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp, Belgium; chairman, TC 17; member, Conservation and Heritage Management Committee, Archaeological Institute of America. Mills, Mary Cheek. Trustee, Neustadt Col­ lection of Tiffany Glass, New York, NY; chairman, nominating committee, National American Glass Club; directed hands-on workshops “Techniques of Glassworking,” Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York, NY, and “Understanding Glass Technology,” Winterthur Museum & Country Estate, Winterthur, DE. Nace, Aprille C. Co-chairman, Academic and Special Libraries Section and the NY 3Rs biannual conference, Faster than the Speed of Bytes: Technology, Cognition, and the Academic Librarian; member, Public Aware­ ness Committee, New York Library Association; made “Tiffany Girls” presentation to Chemung Valley History Museum, Elmira, NY. Oldknow, Tina. Chairman, Advisory Council, North Lands Creative Glass, Lybster, Caithness, U.K.; external examiner, The Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, the Nether­ lands; juror, Ranamok Glass Prize (Sydney, NSW, Australia), 23rd annual Juried Peninsula Glass Guild Show (Hampton, VA), Emerging Artist-in-Residence Program, Pil­ chuck Glass School (Stanwood, WA), and Red Hot Auction, Museum of Glass (Tacoma, WA). Member, Advisory Committee, Glass Art Society; Advisory Board, Glass Art Association of Canada; and International Council, Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA. Public Services Team, Rakow Research Library. Presented oral history project and provided Rakow roving librarian at Corning, NY, GlassFest; prepared glass trivia game for

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Carder Steuben Club Symposium, Corning, NY; provided special tour for the University at Buffalo student chapter of the Special Library Association; made presentation to the Fellows of The Corning Museum of Glass; hosted the annual meeting of the South Central Regional Library Council Academic Librarians Group. Rakow Research Library staff members. Members, planning committee, annual conference, NYSLAA, Corning, NY: Sheila A. Tshudy, Julia A. Corrice, Tracy L. Savard, Emily S. Davis, Laurie J. Derr, Kathleen A. Kapral, and Lori A. Fuller. Schwartz, Amy J. Board member and member of governance committee, Museum Association of New York. Spillman, Jane Shadel. General secretary, Association Internationale pour l’Histoire du Verre (hereafter, AIHV); secretary, International Council of Museums, Glass Committee; first vice president, National American Glass Club; vetted Winter Antiques Show, New York, NY. Tshudy, Sheila A. Chairman, annual conference, NYSLAA, Corning, NY; member, Certificate of Achievement Review Board, NYSLAA; member, executive committee, Library Assistants’ Special Interest Group, South Central Research Library Council. Van Giffen, N. Astrid R. Supervised one intern from the Université Paris 1 PanthéonSorbonne, and one from the Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp, Belgium; member, Glass Deterioration newsletter committee, ICOM-CC Glass and Ceramics Working Group. Whitehouse, David B. Board member, AIHV and American Friends of Chartres Cathedral; trustee, The Corning Museum of Glass and Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Corning, NY. Member, Royal Geographical Society and Society of Antiquaries of London, U.K.; Accademia Fiorentina delle Arti del Disegno; Pontificia Accademia Romana di Archeologia, [Rome], Italy; Accademia di Archeologia, Lettere e Belle Arti, Naples, Italy; and Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, [Berlin], Germany.


Publications

The Corning Museum of Glass: Notable Acquisitions 2009 84 pp., 73 color illustrations Glass and Ceramics Conservation 2010: Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Working Group, October 3–6, 2010, Corning, New York, U.S.A. Hannelore Roemich, Editorial Coordinator ICOM Committee for Conservation in association with The Corning Museum of Glass 240 pp., more than 150 color and b /w illustrations   

Journal of Glass Studies Volume 52 275 pp., illustrations Islamic Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume 1 David Whitehouse 432 pp., 626 color illustrations, drawings Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants David Whitehouse, with contributions by William Gudenrath and Karl Hans Wedepohl 274 pp., 192 color illustrations

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New Glass Review 31 128 pp., 227 color illustrations Glass Masters at Work: Vittorio Costantini 57-minute color video (DVD) Glass Masters at Work: William Gudenrath 120-minute color video (DVD)


Museum Staff Staff as of December 31, 2010

JoAnne H. Bernhardt Guest Services Associate

John P. Cowden Hot Glass Programs Supervisor

Sally K. Berry Group Sales and Loyalty Marketing Manager

Lynn M. Creeley Retail Operations /Inventory Associate

Frederick J. Bierline Operations Manager

Leadership Team

Ellen D. Corradini Director of Human Resources Elizabeth M. Duane Director, Marketing and Community Relations Nancy J. Earley Senior Director, Administration and Finance E. Marie McKee President Amy J. Schwartz Director, Development, Education, and The Studio David R. Togni Jr. Director of Finance

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Jacqueline M. Brandow Make Your Own Glass Workshop Assistant, The Studio Nancy R. Brennan Buyer Regan Brumagen Education and Outreach Reference Librarian Ann M. Bullock Human Resource / Constituent Management Specialist John K. Bunkley Reference and Interlibrary Loan Librarian Warren M. Bunn II Collections and Exhibitions Manager Kenneth L. Burns Public Services Assistant

David B. Whitehouse Executive Director

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Daniel G. DeRusha Hot Glass Outreach Logistics Planner

Kelly L. Bliss Cataloguer

Robert K. Cassetti Senior Director, Creative Services and Marketing

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Kimberly A. Carlisle Executive Assistant

Peter Bambo-Kocze Bibliographer

Nivedita Chatterjee Processing Archivist

Gail P. Bardhan Reference and Research Librarian

Rebecca A. Congdon Development and Special Projects Coordinator

Jeannine M. Bates GlassMarket Area Coordinator Dorothy R. Behan School and Docent Programs Coordinator

Laurie J. Derr Collections Management Assistant

Christy L. Cook Assistant Registrar

Marla M. Doan GlassMarket Senior Area Coordinator Diane Dolbashian Librarian Quinn H. Doyle Facility Coordinator, The Studio Allison M. Duncan Fun with Glass Team Leader, The Studio Matthew K. Eaker Maintenance Coordinator Peggy J. Ellis Guest Services Coordinator Shirley K. Faucett GlassMarket Area Coordinator Kathleen D. Force Storage Facility Coordinator A. John Ford Narrator / Interpreter Andrew M. Fortune Photographer / Digital Imaging Team Leader Lori A. Fuller Associate Librarian, Collections Management Adrienne V. Gennett Curatorial Research Assistant Steven T. Gibbs Hot Glass Programs Manager

Julia A. Corrice Serials Assistant

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William J. Gilbert Safety Manager

Stephen P. Koob Chief Conservator

Stephanie A. Miller Digital Communications Supervisor

Eric S. Goldschmidt Flameworker Team Leader/ Demonstrator /Narrator

Valerie M. Kretschmann Accounting Associate

Mary Cheek Mills Education Programs Manager

David A. Kuentz Innovation Center Technician/ Demonstrator

Timothy M. Morgan Inventory Control Specialist

William Gudenrath Resident Adviser, The Studio Sheila A. Guidice Guest Services and Leisure Sales Manager Bonnie L. Hackett GlassMarket Sales and Administrative Support Associate Brandy L. Harold Registrar Myrna L. Hawbaker Volunteer Program Coordinator/ Telephone Administrator  Stephen Hazlett Preparator, Mount Maker Beverly J. Hough GlassMarket Area Coordinator Beth J. Hylen Reference Librarian Scott R. Ignaszewski Audiovisual and Events Supervisor Nedra J. Jumper Administrative Project Planner Kathleen A. Kapral Acquisitions Assistant

Allison S. Lavine Digital Photography Assistant JoAnne M. Leisenring Guest Services Associate

Aprille C. Nace Associate Librarian, Public Services Victor A. Nemard Jr. GlassMarket Merchandise Manager

Suzette L. Lutcher GlassMarket Purchasing and Sales Associate Louise M. Maio Public Programs Planner Miriam Martinez Membership Services Specialist James I. Matteson Maintenance Supervisor Linda R. McCollumn Make Your Own Glass Workshop Assistant, The Studio Michael A. McCullough Assistant Controller Megan H. McGovern Digital Asset Specialist Linda K. McInerny GlassMarket Area Coordinator

Kala G. Karden Volunteer Program Supervisor

Eric T. Meek GlassLab/Ultralight Team Leader/Gaffer

George M. Kennard Hot Glass Team Leader/Gaffer

Deborah G. Mekos Senior Graphic Designer

Florian Knothe Curator, European Glass

Karen A. Metarko Financial Analyst

Thomas M. Knotts Executive Secretary

L. Kerry Miller Tour, Sales, and Reservations Coordinator

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Cameo kerosene lamp, blown, cased, acidetched, cold-worked, assembled. England, Stourbridge, probably Thomas Webb and Sons, about 1880. H. 50.8 cm (2010.2.36).


Francis R. Ochab Preparator

Annette R. Sheppard Hot Glass Cruise Ship Demonstrator/Narrator

Karen L. Vaughn Student and Instructor Services Coordinator, The Studio

Carl A. Siglin Hot Glass Cruise Ship Team Leader

Regina L. Wagner Guest Services Supervisor

Lewis R. Olson Hot Glass Technical Team Leader/Gaffer

Damon V. Smith Network Analyst

Ling Wang Database Administrator

Nancy J. Perkins Events Coordinator

Megan E. Smith-Heafy Digital Designer/Developer

Diane E. Webster Guest Services Lead Studio Associate

El L. Peterson Maintenance Technician

Tina S. Snow Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Gladys M. West Make Your Own Glass Workshop Manager, The Studio

Shelley M. Peterson Retail Buying/Sales and Operations Supervisor

Jane Shadel Spillman Curator, American Glass

Melissa J. White Collections Database Specialist

Donald G. Pierce Hot Glass Team Leader/Gaffer

Sara L. Squires Accounting Associate

Tina M. Wilcox Accounting Associate

Martin J. Pierce Digital Photography Technician

June E. Stanton GlassMarket Store and Customer Service Supervisor

Nicholas L. Williams Photographic Department Manager

Tina Oldknow Curator, Modern Glass

Richard W. Price Head, Publications Department Dara C. Riegel Communications Specialist

Yvette M. Sterbenk Communications Manager Jason M. Thayer Audio Technician

Nicholas C. Wilson GlassMarket and Guest Services Technical Coordinator Shana L. Wilson Conservation and Research Assistant

Christopher A. Rochelle Hot Glass Cruise Ship Demonstrator/Narrator

Jill Thomas-Clark Rights and Reproductions Manager

Jacolyn S. Saunders Publications Specialist

Timothy C. Thompson Server Administrator

Tracy L. Savard Cataloguing Specialist, Artwork and Books

Sheila A. Tshudy Cataloguing Specialist, Trade Catalogs and Audiovisual Materials

Harry E. Seaman Facility Manager, The Studio

Jeremy I. Unterman Facility Coordinator, The Studio

Debra C. Sharretts Human Resource Coordinator

N. Astrid R. van Giffen Assistant Conservator

Aaron P. Sheeley Desktop Coordinator

Randy T. Vargason Information Technology Manager

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Violet J. Wilson Administrative Assistant, Curatorial Department Erin A. Wing Special Projects Manager, The Studio Bonnie L. Wright Gallery Educator Stefan M. Zoller Preparator


Docents and Volunteers

The Museum’s 70 docents led more than 1,470 tours in 2010 (a total of 2,943 hours). Our docents, and their years of service to the Museum, are: Anita Adelsberg, 2 Jerry Altilio, 5 Malinda Applebaum, 4 Melissa Bauco, 5 Susan Berry, 4 Beverly Bidwell, 4 Karen Biesanz, 6 Judy Bliss, 4 Barbara Burdick, 9 Louise Bush, 2 Richard Castor, 10 Zung Sing Chang, 8 Sharon Colacino, 5 Barbara Cooper, 5 Kimberly Cutler, 2 Anne Darling, 6 Shirley Edsall, 10 Charles Ellis, 9 Dee Eolin, 5 Sherry Gehl, 10 Michael Geiger, 3 Cheryl Glasgow, 6 Nathalie Gollier, 5 Gretchen Halpert, 2 Thomas Hart, 9 Virginia Hauff, 10 Roberta Hirliman, 5 Janis Hobbs-White, 4

William Horsfall, 8 Carla Dyer Jaeger, 7 Albert Johnson, 9 Margaret Kish, 3 John Kohut, 6 Jean Krebs, 8 Eileen Kremer, 4 Daniela L’Antigua, 2 Steven Levine, 5 Lenore Lewis, 12 Dennis Lockard, 5 Tricia Louiz, 3 Doris Lundy, 19 Mary Margeson, 6 Sophie Mayolet, 2 Connie McCarrick, 5 Erin McLaud, 4 Mia McNitt, 6 William Mecum, 3 Daniel Minster, 6 Francine Murray, 3 Martha Olmstead, 10 William Plummer, 8 William Powell, 6 Judith Prentice, 4 Cindy Price, 2 Sandrine Remy, 2 Thomas Reynolds, 2

Anna Rice, 12 Karen Rowe, 6 Marian Rutty, 4 Betty Santandrea, 3 Loris Sawchuk, 30 Gisela Smith, 7 Shao-Fung Sun, 5 Patricia Thiel, 18 Steve Tong, 7 Edward Trexler, 8 Florence Villa, 7 Donald Walker, 10 Betsy Whedon, 4 Mary Young, 4 Honorary docents, who have given more than 15 years of service to the Museum but are no longer able to provide tours, are: Philip Addabbo Josephine Bickford Eloise Hopkins Mary Ellen Ivers Lucille Richter Betty Shroyer †

In September 2010, we were joined by a class of 19 docents-in-training: Roger Bartholomew Cheryl Barton Martina Boger Joseph Coletta Barbara Cunningham Martha Custer Sharon DeRusha Linda Fields Bianca Heldt Christine Hoyler Barbara Kurcoba Yun Kyung Lee Elizabeth Lisk Lisa McKnight David Stafford Bernadette Doherty Wagoner Elizabeth Whitehouse Lorraine Wright Yizhou Zhang † Deceased

In 2010, our volunteers worked a record number of hours—6,880—as they served at special events and helped many Museum departments. Volunteers in 2010 were: Stanley Ackerson Elaine Acomb Marcia Adamy Laura Addiego Anita Ali Hilda Allington Seneca Anastasio Adil Asgher Aksa Asgher Molly Behan Peter Behan Billie Jean Bennett

Beverly Bidwell Helen Bierwiler Nancy Burdick Annette Bush Louise Bush Margaret Carter Sally Childs Grace Clark Harold Cook Phyllis Cook Rose Darcangelo Beverly Dates

Marilyn Denson Sharon DeRusha Sally Dutcher Shirley Edsall Charles Evans Nancy K. Evans Corrine Everhart Helene Ford Willis Ford Judy Frandsen Sherry Gehl Yolanda Giuffrida

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Susan Goodrich Anita Goodwin Terri Grace David Gu Sophia Gudenrath Gretchen Halpert Virginia Hauff Janis Hobbs-White Samah Hoque Barbara Hornick-Lockard Annie Hou Sally Howells


Untitled, cast. Nicolas Africano (American, b. 1948) with the assistance of Melanie Hunter, U.S., Normal, IL, 2008. H. 65 cm (2010.4.22). Gift of Lani McGregor and Daniel Schwoerer.

Awanda Hunt George Hunt Suzanne Jeffery Laura Johns Sally Johnson Farhan Khan Nicole Kieli Sarge Kinlin Margaret Kish Inga Koch Marianne Kosty Robert Kosty Jean Krebs

Pat Sabol Leah Schmidt Susan Scorza Connie Scudder Courtney Setzer Indira Sharma Deborah Smith Gisela Smith Megan Smith Angela Sopp Thomas Speciale Emily Sporn Pat Starzec Adam Stickler Joseph Stutzman Maria Stutzman Justin Sun Shao-Fung Sun Genevieve Tarantelli Winifred Thom Sven Thomas Emily Tifft Joan Tojek Dorothy Touschner James Touschner Katheryn Tripeny Prema Vaddi Eileen Wesneski Judy Whitbred Shelby Wilson Joanne Woodruff Radha Wusirika

Earl Leonard Earl Leonard Jr. Jill Lewis Les Lewis Katie McCann Connie McCarrick Katherine McNamara Lee Mertson Mildred Miles Julie Miller Janet Mong Amanda Oggeri Kavita Patil Janet Perdue Connie Petro Judith Prentice Lucas Pruch Rocco Puccio Rose Puccio Roxanne Reed Anna Rice Anne Rich

New volunteers are: Cara Bendor Christopher Berry Cole Bliss Shawn Bliss Jason Bosket Shirley Brzezinski Aaron Buck Dasha Buduchina Elizabeth Caroscio Corning Chinese Association Michael Coletta Cara Curran Kaylyn Curran Shelby Davis Basak Demirbas

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Carolina Downie Juliet Downie Ian Eltora Max Erlacher Kassra Eshraghi Alyssa Franklin Allegra Givens Megan Goodwin Sarah Gregg Amy Hayton Gina Jarmillo Chris Johnson Marshall Ketchum Kasia Kieli Julian Koob Kevin Kucharski Maya Kutty Rachel Leben Kaitlyn Lembo Anna Leonard Nina Listopadzki Ran Liu Katie Lynch Liza McKee-Cole Marcia McPherson McKenna Murray Liz Newman-Ehman Jemi Ong J. P. Passmore Jodylane Perino Robert Perkins Dena Puglisi Stephen Quattrini Adrien Remy Alex Ritter Charlotte Rogus Emma Rogus Natalie Rogus Brianna Rossettie Kacey Scheib Sydney Schmidt Simran Singh Grant Smith Jerica Speer Ben Spencer Victoria Squires Patrick Stevens Peter Sylvester Kate Trice Lauren Witmer Eric Zhou


Development The Corning Museum of Glass gratefully acknowledges the many donors, Members, foundations, and corporate contributors that supported its initiatives in 2010. Thirteen new individuals and couples joined the Museum’s patron group, the Ennion Society. The highlight of the year was the annual Ennion Society dinner, held on October 13 in the Museum’s auditorium, which presented a princely celebration of medieval glass. One hundred fifty-seven members of the Society and guests attended, and they enjoyed dining in a medieval setting. The evening was graciously hosted by James B. Flaws, chairman of the Museum’s Board of Trustees, and his wife, Marcia D. Weber. A sale of glass objects raised nearly $16,000 for The Studio’s Scholarship and Artist-in-Residence Fund. Additional Ennion Society events in 2010 included private dinner receptions—at the homes of Society members—for “Meet the Artist” lecturers Dante Marioni, Jirˇí Harcuba, and April Surgent; a private tour of our special exhibition, “Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants,” led by David Whitehouse; and a reception for the Rakow Commission by Luke Jerram, which included the unveiling of two flameworked and blown glass sculptures, Smallpox Virus and HIV (Human Immunode­ ficiency Virus), from his “Glass Microbiology” series. Gifts given by members of the Ennion So­ ciety during the year were used to add an impressive work by the American artist Judith Schaechter to the Museum’s collection. The acquisition of this object, a stained glass panel titled The Cold Genius, was voted upon by members of the Directors’, Curators’, Sus­ tainers, and Collectors Circles of the Society. In December, Ennion Society members were invited to preview our Holiday Open House glass sale. The Studio Holiday Open House weekend raised almost $40,000 for The Studio’s Scholarship and Artist-in-Residence Fund. Proceeds from glass auctions on Celebrity Cruises’ Solstice-class ships added $58,000 to the Museum’s Glassmaking Scholarship Fund. Grants in 2010 included $36,890 from the New York State Council on the Arts; $12,500 from the F. M. Kirby Foundation, which helped us to purchase an 18th-century armorial tumbler enameled by members of

the Beilby family; $3,000 from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation to allow Dr. O. Akin Ige, a professor and glass researcher from Nigeria, to attend the interim meeting of the International Council of Museums’ Committee for Conservation working group, held at the Museum in October; and $3,500 from The Triangle Fund, which supported The Studio’s cooperative glassblowing and flameworking program with the Corning–Painted Post High School Learning Center. The Membership Department welcomed 1,000 new Members in 2010. About 270 Members attended the opening of our special exhibition, “Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants.”

Development and Donors to the Museum

Amy J. Schwartz Director, Development, Education, and The Studio

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Donors to the Glass Collection Seventy-four donors gave the Museum 305 objects for its glass collection during the year. Anonymous Two light bulb blanks. U.S., Wellsboro, PA, Corning Glass Works, 1950–1951. Lois and Tom Allis, Hammondsport, NY Two candelabra. Italy, Venice, Pauly & Cie., Compagnia di Venezia e Murano, about 1950– 1970.

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Ruby glass bowl, blown, cut. China, Beijing, 18th– 19th century. D. 20.3 cm (2010.6.19).


William N. Arduser, Canandaigua, NY Bread plate. U.S., 1908. Knurl and stipple guide bottle. U.S., Elmira, NY, Thatcher Manufacturing Company, 1980. Marvion E. and Esther Ashburn, Irvine, PA Four Pyrex plates, two Pyrex saucers, and one Pyrex coffee cup. U.S., Corning, NY, Corning Glass Works, 1940s or early 1950s. Sheldon Barr and Thomas Gardner, New York, NY Devotional flask with Saint Nicholas of Bari. Italy, Venice, 17th century. Devotional flask with Saint Nicholas of Bari. Possibly Italy, Venice, 17th century. Plate. Italy, Venice, Salviati & C., enameled by Giuseppe Devers, about 1868. W. Bastiaan Blok, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Seal. Sixth–fifth century B.C.

Plate in “Parisian” pattern, blown, cased, tooled, cut. U.S., White Mills, PA, C. Dorflinger & Sons, 1890–1910. D. 21.3 cm (2010.4.52). Gift of Bill and Bobbie Mullen.

Alice Chappell, New York, NY Three sculptures. Japan, Tokyo, Yoshihiko Takahashi, 1998. Five sculptures. Japan, Tokyo, Yoshihiko Takahashi, 1999. Dale and Leslie Chihuly, Seattle, WA (in memory of Thomas S. Buechner) Sculptural vessel, Black Cylinder #3. U.S., Seattle, WA, Dale Chihuly, 2006.

Corning Incorporated, Corning, NY “Tortoise” champagne flute. Germany, Riedlhütte, F. X. Nachtmann Bleikristallwerke GmbH and Steuben Glass, Ted Muehling, 2004. Thomas P. Dimitroff, Corning, NY 200-inch disk Pyrex paperweight. U.S., Corning, NY, Corning Glass Works, 1934. Gerald M. Eggert, Rochester, NY (in memory of Christine Clara Eggert Weiss) Two saltshakers. U.S., New Bedford, MA, Mt. Washington Glass Company, about 1880– 1889. Vase. Probably U.S., possibly England, 1900. Peachblow compote and footed bowl. U.S., New Bedford, MA, Pairpoint Corporation, designed by P. Kiluk, 1970–1979. Bowl with animal print decoration. Sweden, Kosta, Kosta Boda AB, Kjell Engman, about 1990–1995. Bud vase, Tulipa. Sweden, Kosta, Kosta Boda AB, Ulrica Hydman-Vallien, about 2001–2002. Gerald M. Eggert, Rochester, NY (gift of Holly C. Eggert) Bowl. China, about 1888–1918. Silver-clad glass pinch bottle with stopper. China, about 1900. Compote. U.S., Bath, NY, H. P. Sinclaire and Company, about 1920–1923. Two cologne bottles with stoppers. U.S., Bath, NY, H. P. Sinclaire and Company, 1920–1928. Spanish compote. U.S., Corning, NY, Steuben Division, Corning Glass Works, 1920–1933. Bowl, Ariel. Sweden, Orrefors, Orrefors Glasbruk, Edvin Ohrstrom, 1951. Two Burmese vases. U.S., New Bedford, MA, Gundersen Pairpoint Glass Works, about 1955–1956. Vase, Nevada. Sweden, Kosta, Kosta Boda AB, Ulrica Hydman-Vallien, about 1993. Kate Elliott, Santa Fe, NM Nikau Vase. New Zealand, Auckland, Karekare, Ann Robinson, 2005. Ennion Society of The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY (funds) Stained glass panel, The Cold Genius. U.S., Philadelphia, PA, Judith Schaechter, 2009.

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Dr. Giraud V. Foster, Baltimore, MD Sculpture. U.S., Savoy, MA, Thomas Patti, 1970. Lance Friedman, Chicago, IL Sculpture, Pop-Bead. U.S., Chicago, IL, Lance Friedman, 2004. Ina and Sandford Gadient, Boca Raton, FL Bowl. China, 19th century. Thomas Gardner See Sheldon Barr. Jane L. Gerson, Reston, VA (in memory of Beatrice F. Lewis) Vase, Serpent. France, Wingen-sur-Moder, René Lalique et Cie, René Lalique, designed in 1924.

Rock crystal vase, blown, cased, cut, copper-wheel engraved, ground, polished. U.S., White Mills, PA, C. Dorflinger & Sons, engraved by Walter Graham, about 1903. H. 31 cm (2010.4.14).

David and Elissa Goldstein, Naples, FL Grotesque vase. U.S., New Bedford, MA, Pairpoint Corporation, 1920–1937. Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Kenneth R. Treis Fund, Milwaukee, WI (funds) “Lacy Jasmine” vase. France, Verreries et Cristalleries de Baccarat or Cristalleries de Saint-Louis, about 1835–1845. Polly and John Guth, Corning, NY (funds) Roundel with musician. Central Asia, probably 12th century. The Hoard Family and Ariana and Rohan Sokhi, Tequesta, FL Two compotes, five-piece console set, and two candlesticks in “Grape and Vine” pattern. U.S., New Bedford, MA, Pairpoint Corporation, 1920–1937. Eugene and Jeanne Holman, Central City, PA Goblet. Belgium, Seraing, Cristalleries du Val St. Lambert, 1904. Lawrence Jessen, Frederick, MD Glass pane. U.S., probably Maryland, probably New Bremen Glassmanufactory of John Frederick Amelung, 1787–1790. Claret decanter with stopper. Probably U.S., possibly England, about 1840–1860. Elizabeth Kinzer Johnson and Barbara Kinzer Tobin, Strasburg, PA (granddaughters of Ione Wilson Kinzer)

Covered butter dish. U.S., Joseph Wilson, about 1900. Dorothy-Lee Jones, Weston, MA Plate. U.S., Sagamore, MA, Pairpoint Corporation, about 1989. Jones Museum of Glass and Ceramics, Sebago, ME One Japanese, 40 American, and 43 European glass objects. Various makers and dates. F. M. Kirby Foundation (funds) Armorial tumbler. England, Newcastle upon Tyne, William and Mary Beilby, about 1765. John Kohut, Elkland, PA (in memory of John Joseph Kohut and Frances Mary Piecuch Kohut) Goblet in “Poussin” pattern. U.S., Corning, NY, Steuben Division, Corning Glass Works, about 1930. Anna and Willem Lameris, Amsterdam, The Netherlands String of 19 beads. The Netherlands, 17th century. Dr. Charles Lothridge, New Hope, PA Eight wineglasses, one threaded vase, two

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Lani McGregor and Daniel Schwoerer, Portland, OR Sculpture, Hollows. Australia, Queanbeyan, NSW, Cobi Cockburn, 2007. Sculpture. U.S., Normal, IL, Nicolas Africano, 2008. Yvonne Moretti, Inverness, FL (in memory of her father, Alessandro Moretti) Fazzoletto (handkerchief) vase. U.S., Huntington, WV, Pilgrim Glass Company, Alessandro Moretti, 1975. Dr. G. J. Mount, North Adelaide, SA, Australia (gift in part) Two sculptures, Reclining Plumb Bobs. Australia, Adelaide, SA, Nick Mount, 2009.

Portrait goblet, blown, cut, stipple-engraved. The Netherlands, The Hague, attributed to David Wolff, about 1780–1798. H. 15.5 cm (2010.3.144).

Bill and Bobbie Mullen, Birmingham, MI Plate in “Parisian” pattern. U.S., White Mills, PA, C. Dorflinger & Sons, 1890–1910. threaded finger bowls, two optic-molded finger bowls, eight wineglass rinsers, one fruit bowl, one brandy decanter with stopper, one rum decanter with stopper, three decanters with stoppers, and one pitcher. England, 19th century. Two wineglasses and one vase. Bohemia, 19th century. Three wineglasses. U.S., 1900–1930. Two wineglasses. U.S., Steuben Glass Works/Steuben Division, Corning Glass Works, 1903–1933. Sugar bowl with lid. U.S., probably 1920– 1935. Ellen C. Luce, Painted Post, NY Vase with flowers. France, Cristallerie d’Emile Gallé, about 1920–1930. Vase, Tournesol (Sunflower). France, Wingen-sur-Moder, René Lalique et Cie, René Lalique, designed in 1923. Vase with fish. Possibly Czechoslovakia, 1950–1959. Dorothy Keller Mahoney, Pine City, NY (daughter of Anthony Keller) Two practice tumblers. U.S., Corning, NY, Steuben Division, Corning Glass Works /Steuben Glass Inc., engraved by Anthony Keller, 1930–1940. Eight plaster casts. U.S., Corning, NY, Anthony Keller, 1940–1950.

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Robert and Marlea Oldfield, Horseheads, NY Punch bowl. Probably U.S., possibly Corning, NY, T. G. Hawkes and Company, 1890–1910. Tina Oldknow, Corning, NY Divided tray, Forbidden Fruit. U.S., Jamaica, NY, Bent Glass Company for the Glass Guild, Georges Briard, about 1958. Mrs. Maryalice Arnold Pellicci, Buffalo, NY Two cruets with stoppers. U.S., Corning, NY, T. G. Hawkes and Company, 1890–1910. Karlye Gill Pillai, Latham, NY Mug. Germany or Bohemia, engraved by Emil Kaulfuss, 1890–1903. Cut vase and cut dish. U.S., Corning, NY, probably T. G. Hawkes and Company, 1900– 1915. Bell. U.S., possibly Corning, NY, Steuben Division, Corning Glass Works, 1920–1933. Bowl. U.S., possibly Corning, NY, Steuben Division, Corning Glass Works/Steuben Glass Inc., 1930–1939. Caroline E. Prisse, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Sculpture, Elephant. The Netherlands, Leerdam and Amsterdam, Caroline E. Prisse, 2001. Richard and Joan Randles, Webster, NY Decanter with silver top. U.S., Corning, NY, T. G. Hawkes and Company, 1915–1935.


Joan Reep, Kailua-Kona, HI Silver Glass Bowl. U.S., Boulder, CO, Joan Reep, 1973–1974. Silver Glass Vase. U.S., Boulder, CO, Joan Reep, 1996. Dr. William C. Rock and Annette Lamphier Rock, Brockport, NY Six kerosene lamps. U.S., 1890–1910. Dr. Susan W. Schwartz, State College, PA Two Christmas ornament molds in the shape of a pine cone, one Christmas ornament mold in the shape of a sphere with finial and decorative floral element, and one Christmas ornament mold in the shape of a ribbed teardrop. U.S., Wellsboro, PA, Corning Glass Works, about 1940–1955. Daniel Schwoerer See Lani McGregor. Christopher Sheppard, London, U.K. Strand of 85 turquoise beads, strand of 89 black beads, and strand of 72 amber beads. Vietnam, Han dynasty, 206 B.C.–A.D. 220. Three wood molds. Germany, 19th century. Tray and cup. Provenance uncertain, 20th– 21st century. Dish and two amphoriskoi. Provenance uncertain, 1975–2010. Marilyn and Bruce Shobaken, State College, PA Seven “Baltic” drinking glasses. Sweden, Orrefors, Orrefors Glasbruk, designed by Simon Gate, 1924, manufactured in 1953. Ashtray. France, Baccarat, Cristalleries de Baccarat, about 1955–1965. Bowl. U.S., Corning, NY, Steuben Glass, a division of Corning Glass Works, designed by Donald Pollard, 1973. Ashtray. Sweden, Kosta, Kosta Glasbruk AB, designed by Goran Warff, about 1976. Tina Snow, Addison, NY Two wineglasses commemorating the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana. Probably U.S., possibly United Kingdom, 1981. Gladys M. and Harry A. Snyder Endowment Fund (funds) Footed vase. U.S., probably Cambridge, MA, New England Glass Company, about 1845.

Ariana and Rohan Sokhi See The Hoard Family. Steuben Glass LLC, Corning, NY Vase with rose and snake (working prototype for “Tattoo” vase), vase with owl and branch (working prototype), and vase with moth (working prototype). U.S., Corning, NY, Steuben Glass, designed by Kiki Smith, 2007. Bob and Stephanie Strous, Isle of Palms, SC Vessel, Navajo Blanket Cylinder. U.S., Providence, RI, Dale Chihuly, 1975. Moon paperweight. U.S., Oakland, CA, John Lewis, 1976. Vase. U.S., Knoxville, TN, Richard Jolley, about 1977–1979. Patchwork Teapot. U.S., Berkeley, CA, Richard Marquis, 1978. Vase. U.S., Winston-Salem, NC, Jon Kuhn, 1979. Sculpture, Shard. U.S., Normal, IL, David R. Huchthausen, 1980. Carrot Cup. U.S., Penland, NC, Robert Levin, 1981. Perfume bottle. U.S., Urbana–Champaign, IL,William D. Carlson, 1981. Vase. U.S., Smithville, TN, David White, 1981. Sculpture. U.S., Boyerstown, PA, William Dexter, 1984. Sculpture, Interlock System. U.S., Tulsa, OK, Kreg Kallenberger, about 1984–1985. Wayne C. Templer, M.D., Corning, NY (in memory of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Willis C. Templer) Vase with scroll handles. U.S., Corning, NY, Steuben Glass Inc., designed by Sidney Waugh, about 1937. Barbara Kinzer Tobin See Elizabeth Kinzer Johnson. Bart Woloson, Lake Forest, IL Three thermometers in original case. U.S., Philadelphia, PA, distributed by Arthur H. Thomas Co., and Corning, NY, glass manufactured by Corning Glass Works, about 1900–1930. Rainer Zietz, London, U.K. Plaque with inscription “Cia. Venezia Murano.” Italy, Venice, Pauly & Cie., Compagnia di Venezia e Murano, about 1850–1900.

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Wineglass. Italy, Venice, Pauly & Cie., Compagnia di Venezia e Murano, Guido Balsamo Stella, about 1930–1935. Goblet with seven dragonflies. Czechoslovakia, Nový Bor, Stanislav Libenský, 1946. “La Reine” decanter and six glasses in original packaging. Federal Republic of Germany, Immenhausen, Süssmuth Glashütte, Richard Süssmuth, about 1956–1958. Vase with stopper. Italy, Murano, Yoichi Ohira, 1988. Sculpture, Lost Homes II (Verschwundene Heimat). Czechoslovakia, Železný Brod, Dana Vachtová, 1989.

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Sanford Alderfer’s Fine Art & Antiques, Hatfield, PA American Bottle Auctions, Sacramento, CA American Glass Gallery, New Hudson, MI Amici dei Musei di Roma, Rome, Italy Annieglass Inc., Watsonville, CA Antiquitèaten METZ GmbH Kunstauktionen, Heidelberg, Germany Archäologischer Dienst des Kantons Bern, Bern, Switzerland Architectural Glass Design Australia, Hampton, VIC, Australia William N. Arduser, Canandaigua, NY The Artful Home, Madison, WI Artland, Dayton, NJ Asahi Glass Company Ltd., Yokohama, Japan Marvion E. and Esther Ashburn, Irvine, PA Association for Glass Art Studies, Tokyo, Japan Aste Boetto srl, Genoa, Italy The Auctions at Rookwood LLC, Cincinnati, OH B & P Lamp Supply Co., McMinnville, TN Lee F. Baldwin, Corning, NY John Banham, Durham County Local History Society, Spennymoor, County Durham, U.K. Pronob and Gail Bardhan, Corning, NY Elizabeth V. Barenthaler, Elmira, NY Michael Barry, Shawnee Mission, KS Arlon Bayliss, Anderson, IN Petyr Beck, Documentary Media, Seattle, WA Ricky Bernstein, Penrose Design, Sheffield, MA Pat Blair, American Cut Glass Association, Escondido, CA Martin Blank, Seattle, WA Tomas Blecha, Prague, Czech Republic Blenko Glass Company, Milton, WV Jody and Kelly Bliss, Rock Stream, NY Bodum USA Inc., New York, NY Boisgirard & Associés, Paris, France Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA Vernon Brejcha, Lawrence, KS Robert H. and Margaret R. Brill, Corning, NY Broadfield House Glass Museum, Kingswinford, U.K. Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, Frankenmuth, MI Susan Silver Brown, Paradise Valley, AZ Thomas S. Buechner, Corning, NY † Bukowskis, Stockholm, Sweden Sean Campbell, County Leitrim, Republic of Ireland Üzlifat Canav-Özgümüs, Dog˘us¸ Üniversitesi Sanat ve Tasarım Fakültesi, Kadıköy, Istanbul, Turkey


Cardinal International, Pine Brook, NJ Chambre Syndicale des Ceramistes et Ateliers d’Art de France, Paris, France Richard and Alice Chappell, Woods Hole, MA Christmas by Krebs, Roswell, NM The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH Grace Cochrane, Sydney, NSW, Australia Katharine Coleman, London, U.K. Barbara J. Conner, Big Flats, NY Contemporary Glass Society, Kingswinford, U.K. Sherry Cooper, Duncan and Miller Glass Museum, Washington, PA Faith Corrigan, Willoughby, OH Cowan’s Auctions Inc., Cincinnati, OH John Cowden, Trumansburg, NY Crystal Classics, Columbus, OH Cultureel Centrum Het Dak, Leerdam, The Netherlands Dartington Crystal, Torrington, U.K. The David Collection, Copenhagen, Denmark Giancomo De Carlo, Venice, Italy Jo de Laat, VC Productions, Oisterwijk, The Netherlands Kenneth C. Depew, Fort Myers, FL Robert Deutsch, Old City of Jaffa, Israel Thomas Dimitroff, Corning, NY Jay and Micki Doros, Irvington, NJ François van den Dries, Tilburg, The Netherlands Bandhu Scott Dunham, Prescott, AZ Rachel Dworkin, The Chemung County Historical Society Inc., Elmira, NY Edgewood Orchard Galleries, Fish Creek, WI Elegant Lighting, Philadelphia, PA Mark Eliott, North Bondi, NSW, Australia Kate Elliott, Santa Fe, NM Robert Emeringer and Zaiga Baiza, Asselborn, Luxembourg Fenton Art Glass Company, Williamstown, WV Shane Fero, Penland, NC Fostoria Ohio Glass Association, Fostoria, OH Donald Friedlich, Madison, WI Galerie bei der Albertina Zetter GmbH, Vienna, Austria Agnès Gall-Ortlik, Barcelona, Spain Candice Gawne, San Pedro, CA William L. Geary, Västervik, Sweden The J. Paul Getty Trust, Los Angeles, CA Glasatelier-Galerie Annemiek Punt B.V., Ootmarsum, The Netherlands Glasgalerie Michael Kovacek, Vienna, Austria Susan Taylor Glasgow, Columbia, MO Glass Art Research Center, Cheonan City, Republic of Korea

Glass Crafters, Sarasota, FL Stephen Gleissner, Wichita, KS Georg Goes, Museumsdorf Baruther Glashütte, Baruth, Germany Darren Goodman, Waynesville, OH Helen Grantham, Bonhams, Gloucestershire, U.K. Grassi Museum für Kunsthandwerk, Leipzig, Germany Donghai Guan, Academy of Arts & Design, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, MI Oliver Habel, Munich, Germany Noa Hagiladi, Ramot Meir, Israel Hampel Kunstauktionen, Munich, Germany Gordon H. Hancock, East Patchogue, NY Scott Hansen, Briarcliff Manor, NY

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Soma, kiln-cast, coldworked; metal. Richard Whiteley (Australian, b. United Kingdom, 1963), Australia, Canberra, ACT, 2008. H. 177.8 cm (2010.6.18).


Birdcage seed box, moldblown. U.S., probably Sandwich, MA, Boston and Sandwich Glass Company, 1830–1840. H. 12.8 cm (2010.4.112). Gift of the Jones Museum of Glass and Ceramics.

Norman C. Heckler & Co., Woodstock Valley, CT Peter Herzberg, Corning, NY Irene Hollister, Hanover, NH Ed Hoy’s International, Warrenville, IL Beth Hylen, Corning, NY Richard Hylen, Painted Post, NY Barbara Idzikowska, Wrocław, Poland Joseph L. Imler, St. Augustine, FL The International Exhibition of Glass Kana­ zawa, Kanazawa, Japan International Society of Glass Beadmakers, Columbus, OH Margaret M. Iwen, Madison, WI Susanne Jøker Johnsen, Copenhagen, Denmark Dorothy-Lee Jones, Sebago, ME James D. Julia Inc., Fairfield, ME Jun and Ree Kaneko, Kaneko Studio, Omaha, NE Igal Kaptsan, Downingtown, PA Thomas Karman, Harpers Ferry, WV Tetsuji Katsuta, Suntory Foundation for Arts, Tokyo, Japan Christine Keers, Sunderland, U.K. Kingsley North Inc., Norway, MI Han der Kluijver, Geervliet, The Netherlands Jan Kock, Højbjerg, Denmark Helena Koenigsmarková, Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague, Czech Republic Koganezaki Glass Museum, Kamogun, Japan Lucartha Kohler, Durham, NC John Kohut, Elkland, PA John Kohut, The American Cut Glass Asso­ ciation, Elkland, PA Pavel Koprˇiva, Kamenický Šenov, Czech Republic Jens Kröger, Berlin, Germany Kubla Crafts, Charleston, SC Therese Lahaie, Emeryville, CA Lancaster Colony Design, Dublin, OH Dwight P. and A. Lorraine Lanmon, Santa Fe, NM Ken Leach, Gallery 47, New York, NY Serge Lechaczynski, Galerie International du Verre, Biot, France Louis LeLoup, Neupré, Belgium Steve Levine, Wayne, NY Beth Lipman, Sheboygan Falls, WI Muly Litvak, Litvak Fine Art, Tel Aviv, Israel Doron and Marianne Livnat, Oostvoorne, The Netherlands Steven Lodge, High Wycombe, U.K. Hans-Martin Lorch, Lorch + Seidel Contemporary, Berlin, Germany

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Jessica Loughlin, Thebarton, SA, Australia Nicole Vachier Lozano, San Antonio Glass Art Guild, San Antonio, TX Lou Lynn, Winlaw, BC, Canada Jeroen Maes, Glazen Huis, Vlaams Centrum voor Hedendaagse Glaskunst, Lommel, Belgium Mallett & Son Ltd., London, U.K. Paul Marioni, Seattle, WA Marilyn Marley, Lady Lake, FL E. Marie McKee, Corning, NY Kate McKinnon Designs, Tucson, AZ James Measell, Marietta, OH Meissner-Neumann, Prague, Czech Republic Michael Angelo Menconi, Westmont, IL Gregory Merkel, Corning, NY Ursula Merker, Kelheim, Germany Midwest Auctioneers & Realty Inc., Jim Wroda Auction Services, Greenville, OH Millon & Associés, Paris, France Ritsue Mishima, Venice, Italy Kazuko Mitsushima, Osaka, Japan Monna Glass, Istanbul, Turkey Morphy Auctions, Denver, PA Nick and Pauline Mount, Leabrook, SA, Australia Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA Kathleen Mulcahy, Oakdale, PA Musée des Beaux-Arts, Chartres, France Musée du Verre, Ville de Conches, Conches, France Musée-Atelier du Verre, Sars-Poteries, France Museo de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain Museo del Vetro di Murano, Murano, Italy Museum of Art and Archaeology, Columbia, MO Museum of Neon Art, Los Angeles, CA Namseoul University, Cheonan City, Republic of Korea Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass, Auckland, New Zealand John and Loretta Nielsen, Sunshine State Carnival Glass Association, Palm City, FL Tina Oldknow, Corning, NY Jennifer Opie, Teddington, U.K. Oriental Trading Company Inc., Omaha, NE Maricel Alvarado Orozco, San José, Costa Rica Page Button Auctions, Batavia, NY Yorgos Papadopoulos, London, U.K.


Dr. Paul D. and Elmerina L. Parkman, Kensington, MD Kazimierz Pawlak, Academy of Fine Arts, Wrocław, Poland Irina Penkova, Kiev, Ukraine Rosalind Pepall, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, QC, Canada PIASA, Paris, France Pilchuck Glass School, Seattle, WA Karlye Gill Pillai, Latham, NY Polski Komitet Narodowy, Warsaw, Poland Poulin Auction Company, Fairfield, ME Angus M. Powers, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, Alfred, NY Anne Price, Corning, NY Donna M. Reckseen, Long Beach, CA Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church, Richmond, IN Henri Reiling, Utrecht, The Netherlands Remmen Auction & Appraisal Service, Portland, OR Research Institute for Islamic Archaeology and Culture, Tokyo, Japan Pascale Rihouet, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI Rings and Things, Spokane, WA Roan Inc. Auctioneers & Appraisers, Cogan Station, PA Pierre-Louis Roederer, Paris, France Roger H. D. Rowley, Pritchard Art Gallery, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID The Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution, London, U.K. Ginny Ruffner, Seattle, WA Mare Saare, Tallinn, Estonia Salusa Glassworks Inc., Prescott, AZ Schantz Galleries, Stockbridge, MA Paul Schelling, Corning, NY David D. Schepps, Aventura, FL James R. Schmidt, West Collingswood, NJ Johnathon Schmuck, Santa Cruz, CA Schöler & Co. GmbH, Kremsmünster, Austria Scottish Glass Society, Glasgow, U.K. Seeck Auctions, Mason City, IA Giampaolo Seguso, VetroVetro, Venice, Italy William H. Sheriff, Silver Spring, MD Anne-Lise Riond Sibony, Paris, France Josh Simpson, Shelburne Falls, MA Sisson Imports, Kent, WA Sklárské Muzeum, Kamenický Šenov, Czech Republic Ardis M. Slater, Bonita Springs, FL Sloans & Kenyon, Chevy Chase, MD L. E. Smith Glass Co., Mount Pleasant, PA Val and Rob Smith, LABAC, Leawood, KS

Jane Shadel Spillman, Corning, NY Robert B. Stahr, Chicago, IL Miriam Steger, Facet Design, Leende, The Netherlands Steuben Glass LLC, Corning, NY Norman D. Stevens, Storrs, CT Stockholms Auktionsverk, Stockholm, Sweden Gary Stradling, New York, NY Suntory Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan Thomas A. Tag, Great Lakes Lighthouse Research, Chicago, IL Gabriella Tassinari, Milan, Italy Neil Tetkowski, Kean University, Union, NJ Jill Thomas-Clark, Elmira, NY Günther Thorn, Ersfeld, Germany The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, New York, NY Blanche Tilden, Carlton, VIC, Australia Tim Timmerman, Beaverton, OR TMSK Magazine, Shanghai, China Caterina Tognon, Caterina Tognon Arte Contemporanea, Venice, Italy The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH Toyama City Institute of Glass Art, Toyama, Japan Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA Pavlos Triantafyllidis, Rhodes, Greece Heather Trimlett, El Cajon, CA Al Trinidad Jr., Pearl River, NY Uppsala Auktions, Uppsala, Sweden Lieve Van Stappen, Ghent, Belgium Anne Vanlatum, Musée-Atelier du Verre, SarsPoteries, France Vetri International Glass, Seattle, WA Silvio Vigliaturo, Turin, Italy Petr Vlcˇek, Prague, Czech Republic Wagga Wagga City Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia Ursula Wallraf-Losch, Bonn, Germany Sunny Wang, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Kowloon, Hong Kong David Watts, Barnet, U.K. John J. Weishar, Weishar Enterprises, Wheeling, WV Dan West, The American Cut Glass Association, Alva, FL West End Gallery, Corning, NY Whalen Realty & Auction, Neapolis, OH David Whitehouse, Corning, NY Winship Designs Inc., Eugene, OR Gregory L. Witul, Niagara Falls, NY Ann Wolff, Berlin, Germany Charles B. Wood III Inc., Cambridge, MA Woody Auction, Douglass, KS

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The Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan Jay Okun Yedvab, Toronto, ON, Canada Brent Kee Young, Cleveland Heights, OH Zest Gallery, London, U.K. Rainer Zietz, London, U.K. Donalie Zimmerman, Edgerton, KS † Deceased

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Elizabeth G. Miller, Pound Ridge, NY Pencie Newton, Burke, VA Northstar Glassworks Inc., Tigard, OR Karen Ohland, Lyndhurst, NJ (in memory of R. Dale Drier, father of Tim and Tracy Drier) Paperweight Collectors Association of Texas Inc., Austin, TX David Porter, Lansing, MI Renee Schilit, Tarzana, CA Lorraine Schinelli, Dunwoody, GA Vincent Tancredi, Brooklyn, NY Tyler Glass Guild, Philadelphia, PA Uroboros Glass, Portland, OR

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Gifts in Kind Special thanks to the businesses and individuals that provided goods, services, and gifts of time and talent to the Museum in 2010. Absolute A Cappella, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Aces, Corning, NY Christine Adams, Corning, NY All Saints Academy, Corning, NY Alternative School for Math and Science, Corning, NY Atwater Estate Vineyards, Hector, NY Todd Baker, Corning, NY Wendy Brubaker, Corning, NY Steve Calkins, Ithaca, NY Frederick Carder Elementary School, Corning, NY Tashina Cardone, Elmira, NY Casa Larga Vineyards, Fairport, NY Cascata Winery, Watkins Glen, NY Chateau LaFayette Reneau, Hector, NY Chemung Valley Montessori School, Elmira, NY Catherine Clark, Corning, NY Corning Brass Works, Corning, NY Corning Christian Academy, Corning, NY Corning Free Academy Middle School, Corning, NY Corning Gaffer District, Corning, NY Corning–Painted Post East High School, Corning, NY Corning–Painted Post West High School, Painted Post, NY Lisa Cowden, Trumansburg, NY Crystal Chords, Corning, NY Damiani Wine Cellars, Hector, NY


Dr. Frank’s Vinifera Wine Cellars, Ham­ mondsport, NY James Duffy, Elmira, NY Eagle Crest Vineyards, Conesus, NY Erwin Valley Elementary School, Painted Post, NY Shawn Farwell, Corning, NY Flowers by Christopher’s, Elmira, NY Fox Run Vineyards, Penn Yan, NY Fulkerson Winery, Dundee, NY Lisa Gillis, Corning, NY Glenora Wine Cellars Inc., Dundee, NY Maria Goldwyn, Painted Post, NY Hugh Gregg Elementary School, Corning, NY Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards, Hector, NY Heron Hill Winery, Hammondsport, NY Hickory Hollow Wine Cellars, Dundee, NY Sharron Holland, Watkins Glen, NY James Horton, Painted Post, NY Hosmer Winery, Ovid, NY Hunt Country Vineyards, Branchport, NY Joni Kehoe, Corning, NY Keuka Lake Vineyards, Hammondsport, NY King Ferry Winery, King Ferry, NY Lakewood Vineyards, Watkins Glen, NY Lamoreaux Landing, Lodi, NY Lindley-Presho Elementary School, Painted Post, NY Marina Liriano, Corning, NY McGregor Vineyard, Dundee, NY Miles Wine Cellars, Himrod, NY Katherine Miller, Corning, NY Montezuma Winery, Seneca Falls, NY Northside Blodgett Middle School, Corning, NY Erin O’Leary-Brown, Painted Post, NY One-Heart Community Drum Circle, Ithaca, NY Sheila Ortiz, Corning, NY Barbara Page, Trumansburg, NY Penguin Bay Winery, Hector, NY Kent Phillips Elementary School, Corning, NY PTA Reflections Program, Corning, NY Connie and Josh Randall, Painted Post, NY Ravines Wine Cellars, Hammondsport, NY Red Newt Cellars, Hector, NY Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Corning, NY Lisa Rossi-Sullivan, Corning, NY Rodi Rovner, Corning, NY William E. Severn Elementary School, Corning, NY Sheldrake Point Vineyard, Ovid, NY Six Mile Creek Vineyard, Ithaca, NY Calvin U. Smith Elementary School, Painted Post, NY

Standing Stone Vineyard, Hector, NY Teresa Telehany, Painted Post, NY Keenan Tolbert, Corning, NY Tuba Christmas, Horseheads, NY White Springs Farm Estate Winery, Geneva, NY Winfield Elementary School, Corning, NY Birgitt Wolf-King, Painted Post, NY Megan Wukovitz, Corning, NY

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Bottle, blown. Germany, Low Countries, or northern France, late fifth–sixth century. H. 19.9 cm (2010.1.1).


Dr. Charles and the Rev. Virginia G. Deneka Claudette M. Doran, CCD, and Eleanor T. Cicerchi, Claudette’s International De­ sign­ing Women Inc. Alan and Lynnette Eusden* Olivia and Harlan Fischer Lee and Tarie Harris James D. Houghton and Connie B. Coburn Mr. /Mrs. Gene W. Kammerer* Dr. /Mrs. Thomas C. MacAvoy Ann and Barry Nicholson* Pamela and Glenn Schneider Kenneth R. Treis Members ($1,000–$2,499) John and Carole Allaire Thomas and Ulrike Appelt* Kate and Ric Asbeck Bruce and Ann Bachmann Gail O. and Elijah Baity* Susan Bartlett and Edouard de Limburg Stirum Robert A. and Renée E. Belfer Thomas E. and Barbara Blumer Mr. /Mrs. Thomas Buckles Thomas S.† and Mary Buechner Van C. and Susan H. Campbell Yi Chang Mary and Jack Cleland Sarah and Daniel Collins Charles R. and Trudy Craig Patricia T. Dann Kenneth C. Depew Thomas P. and Peetie Dimitroff Leonard Dobbs Jay and Micki Doros Drs. Robert and Caren Douenias Mr. /Mrs. David Dowler Mr. /Mrs. Robert Duke William Eggers and Deborah McLean Roberta Elliott and Charles Wantman Mr./Mrs. Max Erlacher James Fallon Christopher T. G. Fish Mr. /Mrs. John P. Fox Jane and Terry Francescon Jere Gibber and J. G. Harrington Robert and Patricia Gilchrist Robert J. and Martha E. Grassi Vincent and Anne Hatton Denise A. Hauselt Ben W. Heineman Jr. and Cristine Russell Heineman Douglas and Katya Heller Mr. /Mrs. Thomas Hinman

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The Honorable/Mrs. Amory Houghton Jr. Drs. Allan Jaworski and Deborah M. Winn Kenneth L. Jobe and Rita Patel Linda E. Jolly Sharon Karmazin Grace and Christopher Kelly* Ben and Tracy Kraner Mr. /Mrs. Peter L. Krog Jon and Judith Liebman Mr./Mrs. Doron Livnat Kenneth W. Lyon and Sylvia Applebee Lyon Rick and Mary Beth Maxa Jean-Pierre and Laurette Mazeau* Mr. /Mrs. Donald A. McCabe Jr.* Mary E. and James† McEachern Drs. Thomas and Mila Meier Peter L. Meltzer Dr. Gregory A. Merkel* Joseph A. Miller and Rachel C. Wood Mike and Frances Mohr The Rev. Richard M. Murphy Karen J. Ohland Richard O’Leary Fran and Mary Helen Olmstead Barbara H. Olsen Sandra D. Palmer Mike and Christy Pambianchi Elmerina and Paul Parkman Prof. John V. B. Perry Richard E. Rahill Richard and Joan Randles Douglas and Shirley Reed Drs. Helmut and Ute Ricke James A. Rideout and Diane Murray* Mark and Kay Rogus* Myrna and John Ross Joseph J. Rothermel Dan Schwoerer and Lani McGregor Josh Simpson and Cady Coleman John C. and Bonnie A. Sirianni Jean Sosin Kristin and Charles Swain Lillian Taylor Mr. /Mrs. G. Thomas Tranter Jr. Mary and Tony Tripeny Deborah Truitt Mr. /Mrs. Robert Turissini Jason and Judith Walsh* Richard and Janet Weerts Robert and Barbara Weinberg Tim and Paddy Welles Lucille Werlinich Mr. /Mrs. Ian McKibbin White Tony and Ann Wimpfheimer Jay Okun Yedvab


Carole Yorke and Gerard Conn Marianne W. and James D. Young

* Contributors ($100–$999) Mr. /Mrs. Gerald A. Altilio Dr. /Mrs. Dudley B. Anderson Louise Bacher Sheldon Barr and Thomas Gardner Brad Gougeon Joan Griswold Ted and Pamela Parrot Marilyn Runnels George† and Dorothy Saxe David Schepps Mr. /Mrs. Brian Sickora Foundations, Trusts, Corporations, and Other Organizations Association of Israel’s Decorative Arts Robert & Renée Belfer Family Foundation F. Ross and Laura Jean Birkhill Family Foundation Jeffrey J. and Mary E. Burdge Charitable Trust The Cameros Family Trust Celebrity Cruises Inc. Claudette’s International Designing Women Inc. Community Foundation of the ElmiraCorning Area and the Finger Lakes Inc. Corning Incorporated Corning Incorporated Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Advisor Charitable Gift Fund Greater Milwaukee Foundation Jewish Community Endowment Fund Jewish Community Foundation/Milwaukee Jewish Federation Donor Advised Fund Jewish Endowment Foundation of Louisiana The Karma Foundation F. M. Kirby Foundation Karl H. Koepke Trust Samuel H. Kress Foundation Market Street Trust Company Metropolitan Contemporary Glass Group New York State Council on the Arts Paperweight Collectors Association of Texas Inc. Joseph J. Rothermel Charitable Trust Schwab Charitable Fund Josh Simpson Contemporary Glass Inc. Gladys M. and Harry A. Snyder Memorial Trust Syracuse University

The Triangle Fund United Way of Greater Rochester Westchester Glass Club Wunsch Foundation Inc. Corporate Matching Gift Donors Corning Incorporated Foundation ExxonMobil Foundation IBM Ingersoll-Rand Company Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Merrill Lynch & Company Foundation Inc. Regions Financial Corporation Gifts in Memoriam Thomas Buechner Mr. /Mrs. Ian McKibbin White R. Dale Drier Louise M. Erskine Howard Kessler Mary McEachern Karen J. Ohland James D. Fallon Jr. James Fallon Natalie Heineman George† and Dorothy Saxe Anna and Karl Koepke Karl H. Koepke Trust Harry Lowell Jr. Mary and Jack Cleland Myra Newland Louise Bacher Joan Griswold The Honorable Amory Houghton Jr. and Priscilla Dewey Houghton Dorothy Moore Marilyn Runnels Daphne L. Rothermel Joseph J. Rothermel Gifts in Tribute Meredith Lillich Anonymous Syracuse University Evelyn Kilton Peele James Fallon

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*  Gift matched by a corporate matching gift † Deceased


Museum Contributing Members

The Corning Museum of Glass gratefully recognizes individuals and organizations that have joined at Contributing Membership levels ($100 and above). Corporate Corning Incorporated Association Carder Steuben Club Inc. Patrons ($500–$999) Mr. /Mrs. Dean C. Beeman Mr. /Mrs. W. Wallace Dyer Jr. Dr. Dawn R. Howell Randall T. Johnson Joan Lunney and William Idler Lindsay Mills

Colonial ware vase, blown, applied, enameled. U.S., New Bedford, MA, Mt. Washington Glass Company, 1893– 1895. H. 23.4 cm (2010.4.83).

Supporting ($250–$499) Kevin and Dawn Able Dr. Ann Abram and Steven Novak Margery and Martin Adams Lee Adelsberg Jean Allen Kirk and Denise Allen* Tracy A. Benson Paul and Esther Borrelli Mark and Margaret Carson Dr. /Mrs. Isidore Cohn Jr.

Fred and Gail Coveler Susan and Willson Craigie* Martha Custer Lisa Daigle Dr. Donald R. Dolan Jr. Walter and Karen Douglas* Judith H. and Thomas Dwyer Mr. /Mrs. Richard Ehlers Dr. /Mrs. Rob Elgar Mr. /Mrs. Floyd W. English Jr. Jeff and Beverley Evans Glass Alliance of Los Angeles Carrie Gugger and Jay Kelley Cheryl and Julian S. Gutmaker Tom Hansard* Sandra L. Helton and Norman M. Edelson Allan Ingenito Patricia Jackson J. Jerry and Sally M. Kersting Janet C. Kireker Gretchen and Peter Koch Semrin Korkmaz Mr. /Mrs. Leonard Leight Howard J. Lockwood Mr. /Mrs. Ted Marks Angelo and Laurie Mitchell Dr. /Mrs. William Plummer Christina Rifkin Ben Riley James and Sharon Rose Ben Solwitz John and Kathy Stauffer Peggy Steffel Dr. Radomir Stevanovic and Susan C. Penny John Thoman and Lee Venolia Mr. /Mrs. Stephen Toombs John M. Ulrich and Lynn A. Pifer Vanessa Somers Vreeland and Frederick Vreeland Brent and Susan Wedding Robert Whiting and Audrey J. Randall Whiting William B. and Marion G. Wilmot Darryl M. Wood and Helene T. Wollin John B. Wood Mr. /Mrs. Dennis Younge Donors ($100–$249) Don and Kay Adams Dick and Marilyn Alberding Steve and Julie Albertalli Kathleen D. and Dennis Albrecht Peter S. and Jane Aldridge Robert Alexander Mr. /Mrs. Gerald A. Altilio

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Dr. /Mrs. Floyd Amann Kathryn Anastasio and William Groome Edward Andrewlavage and Madonna Cornelissen Richard and Jacqueline Andrus Drs. Alan Angell and Beth Dollinger Elizbieta Bakowska Mr. /Mrs. Sam Balash Jr. Jeff and Elizabeth Bauer Steven Mark Bavisotto Alan and Leslie Beller Ronald and Gail Bellohusen Harvey and Janice Berger Elizabeth Bevins Klaus Biemann Amy Blake Wendell Blanding George Blundall Mrs. George B. Boettner Michael B. Bono Dirck and Lee Born Bradley Braun Fay S. and Phelan A. Bright Rachel Brumberg Kendra T. and David F. Bruno Eric F. Burns and Lynn C. Williams Burns Mr. /Mrs. Sean I. Burns Timothy and Bonnie Burzanko Norma Bushorr Mary Sue Butch Thomas D. and Barbara Butterfield Mr. /Mrs. Richard Byrne Nicholas Calderone Steven R. Campbell and Noreen Mitchell Alexandra Cannon Robert and Mary Carlson Susan W. and Dennis Carlson Karen Ann and John F. Carozza Karl Carter Carol P. and James C. Case Chetna Chandrakala and Abhas Kumar Tsuhan and Shufen Chen Danielle B. Clair-Goulet Katherine and William Clatanoff Richard and Seija Cochran Maureen H. Cohn† Marie H. Cole Dr. /Mrs. Robert E. Cole Sam Cole Tim Coleman and Judy Smith-Coleman Eugene and Anne Connell George and Barbara Connors A. T. and Sherry Cooper Marie T. and Bernard W. Costich S. M. Dutch Craumer and Bonny Helm

Sarah and Tom Creath Anne Crowley Carl and Susan Cuipylo Les Czarnota and Maria J. Kucza-Czarnota C. Matthew and Elizabeth Dann Joseph and Judith Darweesh Vera V. Dauman Robert C. Dean and Catherine Taylor Lee DeBrish and Marline Riehle Vivian I. Dedrick Jean and Richard Dulude Sharon M. Dunscombe Steve Ealick and Judith Virgilio Mr. /Mrs. Robert L. Ecklin Robert and Charleen† Edwards Mr. /Mrs. Tibor Egervary Pamela Ellinger Paul and Lori Engle Eugene D. and Joan C. Eppen John and Bea Fargnoli Dr. /Mrs. Richard Fastiggi Stan Feingold Lynne Feldman and Anthony Suchman Polly and Andrew Filson Joseph Flanagan A. J. Fratarcangelo Timothy J. Frawley Barrett and Peter Frelinghuysen Deborah Friedman and Robert Breuer Ronald and Gloria Friedman Fundacio Centre del Vidre de Barcelona Edward R. Galus and Andrea A. Cotner Dr. /Mrs. Anthony E. Gerbasi Richard H. Gilbert Jr. Louis and Cheryl Glasgow* Mr. /Mrs. Eugene Goldstein Mr. /Mrs. Carl F. Gortzig Dr. Edward J. Grandt Dianne Gregg Suri and Veena Gurram Ingrid Haaijer and John J. McMahon

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Beaded fringe sample card, glass beads, string, paper. Italy, Venice, Casa G. Grilli, about 1902–1925. W. 42.1 cm (2010.3.53).


Ellen and Bill Hamilton Phillip Hamilton Audrey Handler and John Martner John Hansell Elisabeth Harding Mr. /Mrs. Leif Hardison Darlene and John Harris Holly M. Hatch and Meghan D. Bunnell Anne Gould Hauberg Marie Haycox Valerie Hayes Evelyn Hellstern and Mohammad Djafan Hans A. Hess and Marta S. Ringelberg Douglas and Helen Hill Stephen and Lynne Hill Melissa Hines Joy Hoffman and James Norton Debra and Kurt Hollasch* Curt and Rosemary Hooey Michael Horan Laine and David Horton David and Nina Howard F. M. Howell & Co. Mr. /Mrs. Duane E. Humlicek William C. and Carole M. Hutchison Dr. James F. Hyde Jr. Amy Irvine Dennis James Col. Jack James, USMC (Ret.) Barbara A. Johnson Eric and Bridget Johnson Michael Johnson Mr. /Mrs. Hank Jonas Janet Jones and Ben Marsh Kimberly and James Kaffenbarger Ernestine and Franklin Kamp Christine Karatnytsky and John Curatolo Carl Kass and Della Lee Sue Mr./Mrs. Patrick L. Keeler Nancy King and Douglas Martin John Kirkman Mr. /Mrs. Richard B. Klein Tracey Knapp Richard Kniffin* Glenn Kohnke Jean K. Krebs Mildred C. Kuner Lawrence Kurtz and Paul Spencer Naveen Kurudi and Swetha Budda Michael J. Kuryla and Lisa Gallagher Ernestine W. Kyles Mr. /Mrs. Gerry C. La Follette Joel Kenneth Labovitz Bryan and Melissa Ladner Marilyn and Arnold Lampert

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Mr. /Mrs. Brian Landis Camille LaParra and Stephen Goodman Dr. /Mrs. Milton C. Lapp Jennifer and Michael Lavin Nancy and Chanel LeBlanc Paula and Earl Leonard Linda and Rudolf Lienhard Edward and Carol Lincoln Edwin J. Lopez and Patricia A. Braus Roy and Blanche Love Richard and Ellen Luce Mr. /Mrs. Merrill Lynn Michael and Patricia MacDonald Martha and Tom Macinski Douglas Mack Kathryn C. and Alfred N. Mack Malcolm N. MacNeil Paula and Richard Mandel Audrey Mann Laura L. and Douglas A. Mann Becky and Joe Marinelli Margery Marotta Drs. William and Phyllis Martin Mariquita Masterson James and Christie McCarthy Thomas and Laura McGrath Elisabeth S. McKnight McLallen House B&B Karen E. Mead, M.D. Jennifer and Mrugendra Mehta Martha and Dady Mehta Andrew and Isabelle Mertha Dr. /Mrs. Kenneth K. Meyer Christina Meyers Mary Cheek Mills Maureen Mines and Mark W. Holman Joan Mintz and Robinson Markel Cecilia and Lawrence Moloney Elaine Montambeau and Bruce Harvey Laura Mooney Tyler and Mary Moore Randal Morey and Carol Miller Mr. /Mrs. John Morrash Mr. /Mrs. Lewis W. Morse Jr. Margaret and Thomas Morse Rhonda Morton and Peter Chwazik Nathan and Miriam Munz Bruce Nelson and Pam Gray Kirk Nelson Raymon Noble, M.D. Ondrej Novotny Petr Novotny H. Barbara Nunan Nancy D. O’Bryan George and Theresa O’Connell


Dr. /Mrs. John F. Olmstead Margaret M. Ostermann Joseph O’Toole and Matthew Clingerman James Parker Jr. Sheila and Michael Parks Ted and Pamela Parrot The Rev. James R. Pearce William R. Peletz Michael J. Pershern Roy and Barbara W. Pollock Anne and Warren Price Dr. /Mrs. L. David Pye Marilynn A. Quick Christopher and Elizabeth Quinlan Mr. /Mrs. William G. Rau Andrew Reeves and Michelle Boucher Lucille Richter Michael and Bette Rogers Thomas and Lauril Rohde Eric D. Rosenberg Catherine M. Rossiter and Dr. Kirk D. Tolhurst Debra and Kenneth Russo Dr. Naoyuki G. Saito and Richard P. Jasper Dr. Philip A. Sandberg and Dr. Susan M. Brown-Sandberg Robert C. and Drusilla Sanford George† and Dorothy Saxe Christa and Dieter Scherer David and Sandra Schimmel George Schneiderman and Elizabeth Stein Mr. /Mrs. Paul Schnipelsky Dr. /Mrs. David F. Sciortino Richard and Mary K. Seager Saurabh and Payal Shah Curt and Paula Shanahan Doug Sheafor Matthew and Rachel Sherman Brenda J. Smith Dana Smith Doug and Paula Smith Dr. J. D. Smith Monica and Raymond Sommerville Joanne Sonsire-Gardner and Thomas Gardner Dr. and Mrs. William A. Sorber Harry and Erna Sowersby Mark and Lao Spetseris Aafke and Tammo Steenhuis Larry and Marion Steiner Lisa M. Stephenson Monty and Marian H. Stephenson Brent Stermer and Peter Marks Geraldine Storch Mark Stoughton Connie and Russell Striff

Gautham Sunkara and Hema Amirineni Steven P. and Betty J. Suttle Frank S. Swain Carol Tadzynski-Moore Patrick Tepesch and Kate Paterson Mr. /Mrs. John W. Thoman Drs. Margene and Robert Tichane Mr. /Mrs. August V. Titi Judette M. Tolbert and Michelle A. Schifley A. A. Trinidad Jr. Mr. /Mrs. William C. Ughetta Jim and Linda Varner Mr. /Mrs. William G. Venema Mr. /Mrs. U. V. Venkataram Mr. /Mrs. Willard A. Vetter Vinehurst Inn Rooms and Suites Mr. /Mrs. Louis Vogel David Vogt and Teri Jo Kinnison Fritz F. and Linda C. Wasser Thomas C. Weiler Jamie S. Weiner, M.D., FACP Janice Weisenfeld Dan West Robert and Jill White Craig and Karen Willand Meredith Williams and Gladys Birdsall Duane Willis and Barbara Millier-Willis Susan M. Wise and John Walzak Ying Wu Joanna Wurtele Mr. /Mrs. Kogo Yamaguchi Donna A. Yeman John A. Zanetti and Shay Rumsey Susan Zeller David and Judith Zucker

*  Gift matched by a corporate matching gift † Deceased

Armorial tumbler, blown, enameled. England, Newcastle upon Tyne, William and Mary Beilby, about 1765. H. 13 cm (2010.2.48). Purchased in part with funds from the F. M. Kirby Foundation.

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Financial Report

Operating Results Attendance at the Museum grew each month throughout 2010, contributing to the strong financial results for the year. Visitor revenues were 14 percent stronger than in the previous year because of the increase in visitation, improved sales in the GlassMarket, and greater participation in the Make Your Own Glass Workshop. Visitor revenues totaled $9.2 million, a $1.1 million increase over 2009. Other earned revenues also contributed to the financial success of 2010. The Museum ended fiscal year 2010 with annual operating revenues exceeding operating expenses by $2.2 million. The abbreviated version of the Museum’s operating results shown below reflects 2010 year-end results for the general operating fund in comparison with last year (dollars in thousands). Total revenues and other funding Total expenses Operating surplus

2010

2009

$ 36,945

$ 33,936

34,761

33,140

$ 2,184

$

796

Other important results for 2010 were: 1. Museum visitation grew six percent above 2009 attendance to 387,000. a. Individual and family visitation was down two percent from 2009 because of reduced regional travel. b. T  our groups were up 25 percent, to their highest level of visitation in 12 years, including a significant increase in Chinese and Indian tourists to the Museum. c. In addition, 35,300 people attended a rich series of education programs and public programs at the Museum. 2. Make Your Own Glass Workshop revenues reached $1.0 million for the first time in 2010, an 11 percent increase over 2009. A quarter of all individual and family Museum visitors made glass at the workshop, up from 22 percent in the previous year. In 2010, 52,000 glassmaking experiences were provided. 3. Total glass and library acquisitions were $1.2 million. Donations to the Museum’s collections were valued at $428,000. 4. The Museum Operating Reserve Fund balance at the end of the year was $20.6 million, up from $17.5 million at the end of last year. The fund recorded investment gains during 2010, and $1.1 million of the 2010 operating surplus was transferred to the fund before December 31.

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The Corning Museum of Glass Consolidated Statement of Activities Years Ended December 31, 2010 and 2009 (Dollars in Thousands) The following comparative list consolidates the Museum’s unrestricted, temporarily restricted, and permanently restricted activities (2010 unaudited). Revenue, gains, and other support: Contributions from Corning Incorporated Admissions Sales from merchandising and food services Studio, education, and outreach Other revenues and contributions Interest and dividends Net appreciation (depreciation) of investments Total revenue, gains, and other support Expenses: Program services: Curatorial, exhibitions, and research Studio, education, and outreach Library services Publications Visitor services Merchandising and food services Cost of sales from merchandising and food Total program services Support services: General administration Marketing and public relations Information services Total support services

2010

2009

$ 25,082 2,504 5,693 2,837 1,017 508 1,642 39,283

$ 22,264 2,088 5,089 2,357 1,114 514 2,248 35,674

5,210 6,317 1,615 366 2,173 3,738 2,722 22,141

5,415 5,548 1,713 400 2,158 3,499 2,464 21,197

8,032 2,237 1,196 11,465

7,163 2,063 1,048 10,274

893 261 1,154

1,444 219 1,663

34,760

33,134

Acquisitions: Purchases for the glass collection Purchases for the library collection Total acquisitions Total expenses

Other changes in net assets: (592) Change in net assets 3,931 Net assets at beginning of year Net assets at end of year

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617 3,157

24,287

21,130

$ 28,218

$ 24,287


The Museum concluded 2010 with consolidated financials reporting a 16 percent increase in net assets of $3.9 million. The Museum’s net assets at December 31 are categorized as follows:

2010

2009

$25,995

$22,109

Temporarily restricted

734

705

Permanently restricted

1,489

1,473

$28,218

$24,287

Unrestricted

Total net assets

Financial Outlook The operating budget for fiscal year 2011 has been set with expectations for continued growth in visitation, earned revenues, and support from Corning Incorporated. Operating and acquisition expenditures are expected to total $38.2 million, a 10 percent increase over 2010. The primary fiscal goals for the Museum remain preserving core mission programming, managing resources to the annual projected revenue, and ensuring the future stability of the institution by protecting the Museum Operating Reserve Fund.

Audited Financial Statements The complete financial records of the Museum are audited on an annual basis. Upon completion of the audit, the 2010 audited financial statements and accompanying notes to the financial statements will be available on the Museum’s Web site, www.cmog.org, or upon request from the Director of Finance at (607) 937-5371. Nancy J. Earley Senior Director, Administration   and Finance

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