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Mind-Blowing Glass: How glassblowing has captivated art & science

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  • Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
    Woollamia Road, Huskisson NSW 2540, Australia

The unique properties of glass have captivated artists and scientists for millennia. Glass beads first appeared around 4,500 years ago and since that time glass has both relied upon and driven advancements across scientific and creative realms.

Contemporary art and design curator, Holly Williams will discuss the role glass has played in our philosophical  and conceptual understanding of ourselves and the world around us.

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Venue: Jervis Bay Maritime Museum's Theatrette Parking: Dent Street of Woollamia Road Huskisson