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Harriet Schwarzrock’s studio

Saturday 3 July 2021
Harriet Schwarzrock's studio

Get ready to have your heart and mind blown! Join us for a visit to the hot-glass studio of artist Harriet Schwarzrock in Queanbeyan, NSW. Harriet will generously share insights into her practice as a glass artist and demonstrate some techniques.

Schwarzrock’s practice is currently based in Queanbeyan, where she and her partner and glass artist, Matthew Curtis, run a hot glass studio together.​ Schwarzrock has exhibited extensively throughout Australia and abroad.

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Meeting at the studio in Queanbeyan, NSW

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