, Newburyport, MA


July 25, 2013

Classical glass

Artist institute brings four glass blowers to Salem State this month


It is also a kind of team sport in which the four residents artists — who also include Danny White of Seattle; Dawson Kellogg of Columbus, Ohio; and Tyler Kimball of Reno, Nev. — will assist each other at the Monday night demonstration.

“When you’re making highly complex work, you need an assistant, and for works that are bigger and more complex, it’s not uncommon to have teams of three, four or five,” Mentuck said. “They’ll be demonstrating their techniques, their process, how they make their work.”

If you go

What: Glass-blowing demonstration by resident artists at Rosenberg Institute for Passionate and Emerging Artists at Salem State

When: Monday, July 29, at 6 p.m.

Where: The Glassworks Studio in the Enterprise Center at 121 Loring Ave., Suite 750, Salem

Cost: Free

More information: or 978-542-7890

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