Stained Glass Leaded Technique, Beginners Level
An introduction to basic stained glass techniques.
7th Century saint Benedict Biscop brought artisans from Europe to create Monkwearmouth-Jarrow Priory. They made the first stained glass window in England and installed it in St Peters Church, a stone’s throw from the National Glass Centre.
Learn the ancient skills of how to cut glass, lead the cut glass and solder lead joints to create a beautiful small stained glass panel of your own.
This course is aimed at beginners.
09.30 – 17.00 / £50 / Age 16+
Duration: 4 hrs
Artist: Gill McGinley
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Although the content of our courses has stayed the same, we have followed government guidelines to make changes in how we deliver courses and workshops safely. We have put in place training and new procedures and protocols around social distancing, hygiene, handling of equipment and materials and PPE (personal protective equipment).
Please note that participants are asked to provide their own face-covering to walk through the building to get to their class and may be asked to wear their face-covering at certain times in class.
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