In Glass & Steel

In honor of Pittsburgh's 250th Anniversary, Pittsburgh Glass Center celebrates the city's industrial roots with an exhibit featuring glass and steel. "Glass & Steel: Art Transcends Industry" features works ranging from jewelry to sculpture created by artists from Western Pennsylvania.

In Glass & Steel aired on Jun 11, 2008.


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