Um. We Have Problem... - Third Degree Glass Factory
5200 DELMAR BOULEVARD
ST. LOUIS, MO 63108
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Um. We Have Problem…

That was the call we received from Boeing Event Manager. Based in Oklahoma, Crystal was frantically calling venues. They had planned an outdoor event for out of town employees, but Mother Nature was in a stormy mood.  Third Degree Events Director Rachel McCalla and Gallery Director Tunde Ogunfidodo came to their rescue with a fantastic rainy-day plan. “Absolutely! We can help,” Rachel said with moxy. And 24 hours later Boeing hosted their event for 100+ at Third Degree.As the storm raged on outside–the event at Third Degree was nice and dry and included delicious heavy appetizers  and cocktails, plus a glassblowing demonstration and a Hands-On Guided Activity instructed by Third Degree Artists. Demonstrating glass artist Jeremy made a Boeing plane on the spot, which he flew to the annealer.  See the video below.

 

Have a change in plans where you suddenly need a venue for your private party. Call us. Absolutely! We can help.  Call us. 314-367-4527 x204

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What’s New?

  • WooHoo! Doretha Washington’s glass piece Crazy Spaces was selected for the St. Louis Artists’ Guild’s Summer Regional Exhibit, juried by Najjar Abdul-Musawwir. This exhibit opens June 13. On view through August 10.
  • Green’s Keen. Third Degree joined the St. Louis Green Business Challenge Apprentice Program, developed by the RCGA to help improve regional sustainability and help grow St. Louis’ green economy.
  • June 29, 11a – 6p. Meet glass artist and instructor  Steve Hagan and watch him blow glass at Third Degree during Open Studios STL on Sunday, June 29. Refreshments. For list of open studios, visit.  This self-guided tour is coordinated by the Contemporary Art Museum.

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