Art professor Katherine Gray once again serves as the resident evaluator in the new season of the hit Netflix glassmaking competition show “Blown Away.” The third season drops Friday, July 22.
Brian Levin (criminal justice) discusses the July 4 mass shooting in Highland Park, Ill., and Katherine Gray (art) returns for season three of Netflix’s reality glassblowing competition, “Blown Away.”
In the four-episode holiday edition, five glassblowers, including CSUSB alumna Nao Yamamoto ’14, compete in a series of Christmas-themed challenges, with CSUSB’s art professor Katherine Gray as the resident glass evaluator.
A distinguished glass artist, art professor Katherine Gray was selected as a Fellow of the American Craft Council and serves as a resident evaluator on the Netflix show “Blown Away.”
Katherine Gray (art) was interviewed about the show, “Blown Away,” on which she is the resident glass evaluator, and Anthony Silard (public administration) reflects on the death of George Floyd.
Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed for his perspective on the violent political protests by extremists supporting President Trump, Pablo Gomez (psychology) co-authored a paper that was recently published, and Katherine Gray will again be a judge for the Netflix show “Blown Away.”
Katherine Gray (art) continues in her role as a judge in Netflix’s “Blown Away,” Kimberly Collins (public administration) discusses the collaboration between the Leonard Transportation Center and HNTB for the Regional Mobility Dialogue Series, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) continues to be a resource for news media reporting on the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill riot.
The second season of the glassblowing competition show “Blown Away,” which features CSUSB art professor Katherine Gray as a judge and alumna Nao Yamamoto as a contestant, premiered Jan. 22 on Netflix.
An exhibit by Katherine Gray (art) is on display at the Toledo Museum of Art through May 12, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discusses Facebook’s ban of white nationalists’ content and how that may affect their recruitment.