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Members in the News – Freeman and Glassblower – Jason Klein

Glass Sellers Freeman and Glassblower, Jason Klein has at last re-opened his Studio, Historical Glassworks and will be taking part in the Glencairn Museum’s Virtual Medieval Festival, in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. His demonstrations will be online streamed and can be accessed either by logging into the Glencairn Website and picking up their You Tube Channel or Facebook. 

You can check out our Livestream right here on our Facebook page, or from Glencairn’s website or YouTube channel.

Join us for the Glencairn Museum's Virtual Medieval Festival! Demonstrations and classes will be presented all week long…

Posted by Historical Glassworks on Tuesday, 20 October 2020

Glassblowing Schedule: (US Local times)

12:30 – Rondel (window glass)
1:00 – Cylinder Glass (window glass)
1:30 – Pelican (alchemy equipment)
2:00 – Bottle
2:30 – Rondel (window glass)
3:00 – Magalin (wine glass)

Jason Klein
Jason is the owner /operator and head glassblower of Historical Glassworks. He has been blowing glass for 30 years and received his BFA in glass
from Tulane University in 1996. He continues to train every year to develop his skills in different glass techniques and from glass masters all over the world.

Although his work spans both contemporary and historical, Jason specializes in historical vessels. This focus has allowed him to participate in
many experimental archeology projects throughout Europe, and to work on a variety of period related film projects.

He is an active member of the SCA.