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Brook Forrest White Jr. Flame Run Flame Run

Glass artists Brook Forrest White Jr. and Susie Garbee Slabaugh further enhanced Louisville’s growing reputation as a destination for contemporary glass art with the July 2, 2004 opening of Flame Run Studio and Gallery, the largest glassblowing studio in the region. The renovated 12,500-square-foot building at 828 E. Market St., in Louisville’s East Market Street Arts District, showcases contemporary and original glass creations and a working glassblowing hot shop and hosts classes for beginning glass artists.


Program 719

A preview of Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2005; a visit to Flame Run, a Louisville glassblowing studio and gallery; and music by guitarist Richard Goering of Fort Mitchell. (#719)

Program 734

A preview of Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2005; a visit to Flame Run, a Louisville glassblowing studio and gallery; and music by guitarist Richard Goering of Fort Mitchell. (#734)

Program 807

Mystery writer Laurien Berenson, a visit to the Flame Run glass art studio and gallery, and music from Louisville's John Mann and the Betweeners. (#807)





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