On a cold-snap day in March, my older children and I were lucky enough to visit the glass studio opposite the (closed) Museum of Art. It was free, and we felt so fortunate. We spent almost a full morning there, watching several extremely talented glass artists create big glass fish for a commission from the children's hospital. We had warm, cozy front row seats to every stage of the amazing process. We even got to catch the noon guided demonstration of glassworking, which added detail to what we'd already seen with the fish-creation, and showed us several other properties of molten glass that my children and I had never seen before. Amazing and such fun!
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