21–22 July 2015: Harlaxton Medieval Symposium: Lectures about Medieval Stained Glass, Harlaxton Manor in Lincolnshire. Lectures by Richard Marks, Sarah Brown and Nicholas Rogers. Details of the conference and how to book are available from the Harlaxton website.
27 February 2016: MA in Stained glass conservation & heritage management, Spring 2016 Masterclass, York University. Title TBA. Check the University of York website for more details.
4 March 2016: New Light on Ukrainian stained glass, with Oksana Kondratyeva. BSMGP summer lecture held at the Art Workers’ Guild, London. Click here for further details & bookings.
21-24 April 2016: Study Weekend in Essex, organised by the Ely Stained Glass museum.
Based in Colchester, the weekend will include visits to a variety of sites to see a range of stained glass from the medieval to the modern period. Highlights include the 12th and 13th century glass at Rivenhall, unique 14th and 15th century glass at Sheering and Margaretting. For post-medieval glass, the stunning imported 16th and 17th century French glass from the Neave Collection at Noak Hill, 18th century glass at Leigh-on-Sea will be viewed. For more information and the full programme please see the Stained Glass Museum website.
22–23 April 2016: The Art and Science of Nineteenth-Century Stained Glass:
Conference in Oxford. The keynote lecture will be given by Jean-François Luneau, formerly heritage conservator and conference convenor at the Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont Ferrand (France); other speakers include Dr David Dungworth (Head of Archaeological Conservation and Technology at Historic England); and Mme Viviane Bulckaen (a stained-glass conservator who has worked extensively in glass, stained glass, and ceramics). Free conference; please register by emailing email@example.com. For more details, please visit the conference website.
Until 22 May 2016: Exhibition of medieval glass at Girona Art Museum. See Vidimus 94.
Forthcoming Exhibitions and Events
2 March 2016: Glass Handling Session at the Fitzwilliam Museum and Tour of Kings College Chapel, Cambridge, organised by the Ely Stained Glass museum.
In the morning, there will be a guided tour of some of the glass objects in store at the Fitzwilliam Museum Keeper of Applied Arts Dr Victoria Avery. In the afternoon there will be a tour of Kings College Chapel, Cambridge, by Prof. Jean-Michel Massing, a Fellow of the College and Professor of Art History. For more information and the full programme please see the Stained Glass Museum website.
12 September 2016 – 15 January 2017: Stained glass by Margaret Rope, Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery. Click here for further details.