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59th Seminar on Glass Day One Panel Two: Digital Technology and ‘In Sparkling Company'

In this panel, CMoG staff and external collaborators consider the digital components of the exhibition, including the remarkable virtual reality reconstruction of the now-lost glass drawing room at Northumberland House, London, designed in 1775 by Robert Adam for the 1st Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. Introduction to the glass drawing room at Northumberland House by Dr. Christopher ‘Kit’ Maxwell, Curator of Early Modern Glass, The Corning Museum of Glass (USA) Panel Two: Digital technology and ‘In Sparkling Company' Moderator: Scott Sayre, Chief Information Officer, The Corning Museum of Glass (USA) Panel: Niall Ó hOisín, Noho, Dublin (Republic of Ireland) John Buckley, Noho, Dublin (Republic of Ireland) Maria Roussou, Assistant Professor in Interactive Systems, Department of Informatics & Telecommunications, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece) Tom Hambleton, Undertone Music, Minnesota (USA) Mandy Kritzeck, Digital Media Producer and Project Manager, The Corning Museum of Glass (USA) 59th Annual Seminar on Glass The Museum's 59th Annual Seminar on Glass was presented virtually Friday, October 8, and Saturday, October 9, 2021, in conjunction with the special exhibition "In Sparkling Company: Glass and the Cost of Social Life in Britain during the 1700s" https://www.cmog.org/sparkling