Stained Glass Poppy – intermediate two day workshop
Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 November
£150 per person. Suitable for ages 16+
The poppy is a well-known and well-established symbol, one that carries a wealth of history and meaning with it. Wearing a poppy is still a very personal choice, reflecting individual experiences and personal memories. To mark Remembrance weekend, you are invited to come along and join us on this intermediate 2 day course practical course where you learn the basic construction processes of cutting glass, creating a poppy with lead, soldering, cementing and finishing.
Our stained-glass classes and workshops give you the opportunity to create your own spectacular poppy piece to incorporate into your home or garden. Throughout our courses you will be given the chance to select your own design and colours with the support and encouragement from our tutor Gill.
Due to storm damage to the riverside front of National Glass Centre visitor centre, the main entrances are currently closed. Participants to this event are asked to make their way down the path to the right of the building (west side, heading to the riverside) to the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries entrance, where a member of staff will escort you to take part in your experience.
Unfortunately, the café and shop will remain closed during this period, so participants are welcome to bring their own refreshments, or use the café on St Peter’s campus on weekdays (please ask a member of staff if you need directions).
Parking charges have been suspended in the main car park during this period.
Please be assured that your safety is our priority, and all attendees will still receive the same quality glass experience within a safe environment.
If you have questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact the National Glass Centre Visitor Services team on 0191 515 5555 option 4 or [email protected].
We look forward to welcoming you to your experience soon.