Dealing with Loss: ethical and technical approaches to restorations and the creation of infills

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Saturday 1 March 2014, 9.30AM4.30pm

MA in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management Spring Master Class programme:

9.00-9.30        Registration and Coffee

9.30-9.45        Welcome and Introduction, Sarah Brown

10.00-10.45  Dr Martin Myrone, Tate Britain: The Restoration of John  Martin’s  Destruction of Pompeii and Herculaneum (1822)

10.45 -11.15  Alex Holton, Purcell: Problems in Parallel: the Conservation of Stone

11.15- 12.00  Markus Kleine, Peters Paderborn: The visual reconstruction of stained glass windows through translating image into coloured pixels: The windows of the Hospital 'Notre-Dame à la Rose' in Lessines

12.10 – 12.45  Ivo Rauch, Rauch Consultancy, Koblenz: Reconstruction of architectural décor: The stained glass of Freiburg in Breisgau              

12.45 -14.00 Lunch

14.00-14.45  Fernando Cortés Pizano, Lincoln Cathedral: The lost faces of Girona Cathedral

14.45-15.15  Sarah Brown, University of York and the York Glaziers Trust: The language of loss: A painting style for the restoration of York Minster’s Great East Window

15.15. Tea, Followed by Panel Discussion

16.30 Close

 

All Welcome- Tickets (£20 including lunch and refreshments) are available from Brittany Scowcroft brittany.scowcroft@york.ac.uk

Location: King's Manor

Telephone: 10904 323910