Tripatini contributor Ed Wetschler writes:
"Sixty-five years – that's a good long run for any museum in a rural area, but the Corning Museum of Glass, in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State, is not just any museum; it's arguably the foremost glass museum in the world. What's more, it isn't only an art museum, but one that also explores the history and technology of a material that's as old as Egypt's pyramids and comes in more forms than a wizard on LSD. We called upon to marketing director Beth Duane and former curator of modern glass Tina Oldknow for a little transparency."
Read his complete post here.