Sun 11 Apr 2021
Zoom lecture by Sarah Nichols, at 6.00 pm (London). After the Second World War Paolo Venini’s innovative and entrepreneurial approach to design and business ensured the success of his Murano glass factory. Unlike other Venetian furnaces he welcomed foreign designers, as did his son-in-law who succeeded him. This lecture will examine the company’s links with America and the impact this had on the American studio glass movement from the 1960s.
All DAS members whose email addresses we have will be sent a link to the lectures. Please do share the link with anyone you think will be interested. If you think we may not have an email address for you and would like to take part please contact the Membership Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org