On 10–11 March, York University’s School of Stained Glass Studies will hold an international masterclass focusing on issues relating to the conservation, cataloguing and display of stained glass.
Based in the historic surroundings of the medieval Merchant Taylors’ Hall in the centre of York, the event will include an international panel of speakers from Britain, Germany and Switzerland. Confirmed speakers include Dr Dagmar Täube, from the Schnütgen Museum, Cologne; Dr Daniel Hess, from the Germanisches Nationalsmuseum, Nuremburg; Dr Stephan Trümpler, from the Vitromusée, Romont; Dr Glyn Davies, from the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; and Andrew Morrison, from the Yorkshire Museum in York.
The two day programme costs £100, inclusive of tea/coffee and a buffet lunch on both days. For further information and to secure a place by the closing date of 28 February, please contact the Pam Ward the course administrator by telephone (01904 433997, +441904 433997 if calling from outside the United Kingdom) or via email (pam [dot] ward [at] york [dot] ac [dot] uk).