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The Ecclesiological Society

For those who love churches

Looking at Stained Glass

When:03/10/2015
Time:10.15 - 17.30
Location:St Alban's centre
Baldwins Gardens, London EC1N 7AB
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Organiser:Ecclesiological Society

Price (incl. refreshments, hot lunch, glass of wine) £49.50 for members & guests of the Ecclesiological  Society; £55 for non-members; £37.50 for under- & post- graduate students. Tickets are non-refundable.

This conference will explore stained glass in churches  – design and technique – from the medieval period to  the present. We hope that the day will help everyone to look at stained glass and see it better.  All are welcome.

People find that our conferences combine serious intent with an enthusiastic and friendly  atmosphere, and are enjoyable both for experts and those new to the topic being considered. A hot lunch is  included. There will be a second-hand bookstall. Everyone is  invited to finish the day with a glass of wine.

SPEAKERS: Sarah Brown on medieval glass, James Jago on seventeenth-century glass,  Jasmine Allen on  Victorian glass,  Ivo Rauch on twentieth-century structural stained glass (dalle de verre),  Helen Whittaker on  designing stained glass today and Sarah Brown on how a stained glass window is made and the implications for  conservation.

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