Your January just got a whole lot hotter! Enjoy great music, glassmaking, and Finger Lakes Wines and Ciders at January's 2300°.
At 2300° Fahrenheit, hot glass gets interesting—and so do things at The Corning Museum of Glass. Enjoy glassmaking demonstrations, live music, and great food and drink. Free and open to the public.
Live Glassmaking by Robin and Julia Rogers
Get ready to warm things up in a major way as Robin and Julia Rogers take the floor in the Amphitheater Hot Shop. A team for nearly 18 years, it's safe to say Robin and Julia Rogers are artists who truly love working with glass. As a team, they approach glass in many ways often incorporating blown and sculpted glass with electronics, sound, light, shadow, and many other elements. They pull inspiration from the world around them, melding their ideas to create thoughtful and intriguing works.
Live Music Featuring Hannah Gill and The Hours & Svet
The Austin-based band Hannah Gills and The Hours swing by our Auditorium to bring their disco-infused pop sounds and captivating low-register vocals to 2300°. Plus, enjoy electro hip-hop violinist Svet in the cafe. Recognize the name? Svet was featured on America's Got Talent in Season 7!
Finger Lakes Wine and Cider Tastings!