Worlds of Bright Glass

In 1923, Paul Heuduck and his family emigrated from Germany to America at the request of his employer, the Berlin mosaic and art glass firm Puhl-Wagner. Paul helped establish the Ravenna Mosaic Company, a joint venture between the St. Louis art glass studio owned by Emil Frei and Puhl-Wagner, to work on the Byzantine glass mosaics for the new St. Louis Cathedral. Filmmaker Jim Scott is interviewed then see the film “Worlds of Bright Glass: The Ravenna Mosaic Company.”

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Worlds of Bright Glass

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am