Instructor Greg Owen spins a piece of glass during a demonstration at Tacoma’s Museum of Glass, where visiting dignitaries were taking a look at the Hot Shop Heroes program. The NEA-funded program partners with JBLM to teach glassblowing skills to active-duty military and veterans for healing.
Instructor Greg Owen spins a piece of glass during a demonstration at Tacoma’s Museum of Glass, where visiting dignitaries were taking a look at the Hot Shop Heroes program. The NEA-funded program partners with JBLM to teach glassblowing skills to active-duty military and veterans for healing. David Montesino News Tribune file photo, 2016
Instructor Greg Owen spins a piece of glass during a demonstration at Tacoma’s Museum of Glass, where visiting dignitaries were taking a look at the Hot Shop Heroes program. The NEA-funded program partners with JBLM to teach glassblowing skills to active-duty military and veterans for healing. David Montesino News Tribune file photo, 2016

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