Stained Glass Leaded Technique, Beginners Level
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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.
10:00-14:00 / £50 / Age 16+
Duration: 4 hrs
Artist: Gill McGinley
Update to visitors
As you may be aware, National Glass Centre visitor centre has recently been closed due to storm damage to the riverside front of the building.
However, we’re delighted to say that we are now open!
Things will be a little bit different for a while as we continue to address the storm damage to the riverside front of the building. But our team has worked hard to make changes so that we can offer visitors a packed programme of exhibitions, events, activities and shopping.
Please read our reopening information before your visit.