The Nineteenth Century: Treasures, Problems, Solutions

Saturday 27 February 2016, 9.30AM to 4.30pm

MA in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management Spring Master Class

Programme

09:30-10:15 Registration with tea/coffee
10:15-10:30 Welcome and Introduction
10:30-11:15 Dr Jasmine Allen (The Stained Glass Museum): ‘Imitation and Invention: Stained Glass in the Nineteenth Century
11:15-12:15 Dr Ulrike Brinkmann, (Cologne Cathedral): 'Nineteenth-Century Stained Glass in Cologne Cathedral'
12:15-12:30 Discussion

12:30-14:00 Lunch and a chance to view current student projects

14:00-14:45 Dr Alison Gilchrist ACR (Barley Studio): Paint loss from nineteenth-century windows: causes and conservation challenges.
14:45-15:15 Merlyn Griffiths (The York Glaziers Trust): 'The case of window sV in St. John the Evangelist, Howsham: Further research into the phenomenon often referred to as 'crizzling'.
15:15-15:45 Dr Neil Moat (Independent Scholar): ‘As Lambs to the Slaughter - Notes from the Sheepfold'
15:45-16:00 Discussion

16:00 Tea/Coffee and Cake
16:30 Close

All welcome! Tickets are available via Eventbrite

Stained Glass Spring Master Class Poster 2016 (PDF  , 706kb)

Stained Glass Spring Term Master Class Programme 2016 (PDF  , 346kb)‌‌

Location: K 133, The King’s Manor, York YO1 7EP

Email: brittany.scowcroft@york.ac.uk