About this Event
One Washington Square, San Jose, CA 95192
Come join the Department of Art & Art History to celebrate 60 years of glass blowing at San José State University. We are home to the longest running glass program in California and second oldest in the US!
Hot Glass Cook-Off and Exhibition
Tuesday Feb 20th 5 - 7:30 pm
SJSU Campus, Industrial Studies Building, Room 237 (map)
RSVP here by Feb 14
The evening will consist of a series of events:
There will be several group seatings for the glass blowing demonstration. When you arrive, your party will be given a seating group ticket. Please enjoy the refreshments, exhibition, & silent auction while you wait for your glass blowing seating group to be called.
A Note about the Evet From Cassandra Straubing, Glass Faculty Head and Studio Coordinator
My students and I are putting together a menu of foods that can be cooked with hot glass (think 2100^ Fahrenheit). Some menu items will be stir fried over large puddles of molten glass, some items will be cooked within a hot glass vessel designed to match the needs of that particular food, and some will be cooked by drizzling hot glass over the food, baking it (within a protective enclosure of course). The courses will be served throughout the evening in a progressive dinner party/tapas like style in conjunction with some other premade party menu items.
We will also have a glass exhibition set up in the adjoining classroom of current students and past alumni glass works. It will be nothing short of awesome!