This section provides the latest news about the Carder Steuben Glass Association, as well as information about Club events and other happenings of interest to collectors and students of Carder Steuben Glass.
A super glass show in Corning, NY that never disappoints. Come and be impressed on April 23-24.
Where: Auditorium at The Corning Museum of Glass
When: Saturday, April 23, 2022 10:00am – 5:00pm & Sunday, April 24, 2022 10:00am – 3:00pm.
We hope to see you back in Corning, NY in September 2022. Symposium dates are September 8-10-2022!!
Checks should be made payable and sent to:
Thomas P. Dimitroff
140 East First Street
Corning, NY 14830
Tom Dimitroff finally has his new book out. The Houghtons of Corning New York: Five Generations of Brilliance
Amory Houghton, a New England businessman moved his small glass making business to Corning, NY in 1868. Since that time five successive generations of the Houghton family built this firm into a Fortune 500 high tech company of today. Tom argues that in so doing, the Houghtons have shown great loyalty to their community, their employees and their customers.
Tom is an honorary member of the Carder Steuben Club. He taught in the Corning Public School system for 35 years. He is a frequent lecturer, and would have presented at this year’s Symposium on this book, but for a COVID-19 pandemic.
Any student of Carder Steuben should read this book to help understand the connection between Steuben Glass Works and Corning Glass Works. The book can be ordered directly from Tom – and he’ll sign it for you (Amazon can’t do that) – for $56.95 – includes tax and shipping.
At our September 2019 Symposium, Amy Simon Hopwood, associate curator of decorative arts at The Newark Museum of Art in Newark, New Jersey, gave us a wonderful overview of the museum’s current exposition of the Thomas N. Armstrong III collection of Carder Steuben glass.
Below, you will find a link to the article featured in the 20th Anniversary issue, Antiques & Fine Art magazine, and Incollect.com.
The Corning Museum of Glass Website has an article about Frederick Carder’s life and work. Clicking the link below will take you to that article.