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Curatorial Opportunity at the Victoria & Albert Museum

The V&A is seeking to appoint a Curator of Medieval Art and Design to join its Department of Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics and Glass. The post-holder will be responsible for the care, research, display and interpretation of medieval art and design … Continue reading

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Stained Glass Centre Autumn Lecture 2017: ‘The Oak, the Vine and the Lily: the design and creation of the Jesse window for St Mary’s Priory Church, Abergavenny’

Thursday, 12th October Art historian and stained glass conservator Sarah Brown will introduce the intriguing iconography of the Jesse tree, with historical examples. Stained glass artist Helen Whittaker MA FMGP  will follow this by presenting her own modern-day Jesse window … Continue reading

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British Archaeological Association Lecture

Wednesday, 4th October 2017 Dr Julian Luxford (University of St Andrews) will present a paper entitled, ‘Ways of Seeing Late Medieval English Art’. The lecture forms part of the British Archaeological Association’s programme of meetings, and will take place in … Continue reading

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Reminder: British Society of Master Glass Painters Autumn Lecture 2017

Friday, 6th October, 6.15pm for 6.45pm, The Art Workers Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT Diana Coulter IHBC, Zen and the Stained Glass Art of Keith New Keith New was a well-respected member of the BSMGP for more than … Continue reading

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Reminder: Annual Clarendon Lecture 2017: Professor Christopher Norton, ‘Clarendon, Salisbury and Medieval Floor Tiles in Wessex’

Thursday, 19th October, 6.30 for 7.00pm Sarum College, Salisbury Cathedral Close Painted and stained glass was only one component of the decoration of medieval churches and palaces. Others artworks included caved woodwork, painted walls and colourful floor tiles. British CVMA … Continue reading

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Annual Clarendon Lecture 2017: Professor Christopher Norton, ‘Clarendon, Salisbury and Medieval Floor Tiles in Wessex’

Thursday, 19th October, 6.30 for 7.00pm Sarum College, Salisbury Cathedral Close Painted and stained glass was only one component of the decoration of medieval churches and palaces. Others artworks included caved woodwork, painted walls and colourful floor tiles. British CVMA … Continue reading

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Digital Exhibition Launch: Remembering the Reformation

28th September, Lambeth Palace, London The English Reformation had profound, and often disastrous, consequences for medieval stained glass. Initially, depictions of St Thomas Becket were destroyed; next the windows of monasteries were broken, finally there was a broad onslaught against … Continue reading

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Innovative project launched to preserve the stained glass of York Minster

York Minster houses the UK’s largest and arguably most impressive collection of medieval stained glass (fig. 1), dating back as early as the 12th century. Yet, currently, more than half of its 128 irreplaceable windows are fitted with no form … Continue reading

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York Glaziers Trust reaches its 50th Anniversary

On July 20th, York Glaziers Trust (YGT) celebrated 50 years of conserving and caring for York Minster’s world-famous stained glass, as well as historic stained glass from across the UK. Over the last half-century, YGT has played a key role … Continue reading

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A Look Ahead: Autumn Lecture Series Announced

For those who like to plan their diaries well in advance, a preview of a number of recently announced Autumn lectures. The Stained Glass Museum Weekly, from Wednesday, 13th September, 2pm, Ely Cathedral Education & Conference Centre, Palace Green, Ely. … Continue reading

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