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Review: ‘Milner-White and All That: The Restoration of York Minster’s Windows, c.1780-c.1950

By Catherine Fairless and Hannah Page The November Master Class at the University of York, on “Milner-White and All That: The Restoration of York Minster’s Windows c. 1750 –c.1950”, presented by Sarah Brown, course director of the MA in Stained … Continue reading

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Continuing Professional Development Awards from The Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass 2017

The Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass has announced that once again it will offer two Continuing Professional Development Awards for the year 2017. The next deadline for entry is 31st January 2017.  The aim of all the … Continue reading

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Stained Glass Centre at St. Martin-cum-Gregory, York – Christmas Craft Fair

The Stained Glass Centre will hold a Craft Fair on Saturday 17th December, 10:30am-3:30pm, followed by Carols at 5pm. There will be crafts of all kinds on sale, including; –  Pottery by Alison Bradley, Nina Wright, Julie Morris, Jackie Knight, … Continue reading

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Lecture: The Christmas Story in Medieval Art, by Sally Dormer

Monday, 12th December 2016, 7.30pm. Sally Dormer will give a lecture for the Lincoln Decorative and Fine Arts Society examining the Medieval origins of many familiar images associated with the Christmas story, and using a diverse range of source material, … Continue reading

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Lecture: Painting with Light – the Development of Stained Glass in Britain from Bede to the 21st Century, by David Winpenny

Wednesday, 14th December 2016, 11am. The Westmorland Decorative and Fine Arts Society’s upcoming lecture will offer an introduction to the techniques, styles and subjects associated with stained glass, tracing the development, decline and renewal of the art form from the … Continue reading

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Lecture: The History of Stained Glass through the Christmas Story, by Diana Lloyd

Wednesday, 14th December, 2016, 10.30am. Diana Lloyd will give the Runnymede Decorative and Fine Arts Society’s Christmas lecture, tracing the history of stained glass through representations of episodes relating to the story of Christmas. Mrs Lloyd lectures on ceramics, glass … Continue reading

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Lecture: ‘A Likeness of Paradise’: Stained Glass, the Sublime Art, by Dick Bolton

Thursday, 15th December 2016, 11am. Highgate Decorative and Fine Arts Society will welcome Dick Bolton in exploring the development of stained glass in England. Beginning in Saxon times, the talk will trace the emergence of stained glass, the introduction of … Continue reading

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Lecture: Stories in Stained Glass, by Susie Harries

Thursday, 15th December 2016, 1.45pm Knole Decorative and Fine Arts Society will invite Susie Harries to talk on the narrative aspects of stained glass, from medieval to modern times, and in a variety of contexts, both religious and secular. The … Continue reading

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Friends of The Holburne Museum Lecture: ‘Glory, Azure and Gold’, a talk by Thomas Denny

Thursday, 15th December 2016, 7.00pm, The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath BA2 4DB. Thomas Denny’s windows number among the masterpieces of modern stained glass, and can be seen in some of our finest cathedrals, churches and minsters. To coincide … Continue reading

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Vacancy: Stained Glass Conservator/Glazier

A vacancy for a stained glass conservator/glazier has arisen at Holy Well Glass, Somerset. The successful applicant will be responsible for working on a wide variety of high profile historic and architectural glass as a member of a busy team. … Continue reading

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