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Conference on stained glass

From: Graeme Cannon <graeme>
Date: Tuesday, March 16, 2004
19th and 20th Century Glass History, Science, Techniques and
United Kingdom Institute for Conservation (UKIC)
Stained Glass Section
Spring Conference
Centre for Life
Newcastle upon Tyne
Thursday May 27, 2004


10:00am     Coffee and Registration

10:30       Introduction

10:45       Steve Palmer from Gateshead Council:
            "The Restoration of William Wailes' house, Saltwell

11:15       Neil Moat, DAC advisor Durham and Newcastle Diocese:
            "Sowerby, The Gateshead Glass company"

11:50       Jonathan Cooke ACR.
            "Restoration of the Kempe East Window at  Jarrow Parish

12:20       Jim Cheshire, University of Lincoln:
            "Glass Painters and Business Practices"

1:pm        Lunch

1:45        Rab MacInnes, Artist and Conservator Glasgow:
            "Mackintosh Glass"

2:20        Prof. Joost Caen, Hogeschool Antwerp:
            "Paints, Glass and Firing"

3:00        Steve Clare ACR Holy Well Glass Ltd.
            "Pride and Prejudice--The challenges of conserving 19th
            Century glass"

3:30        Tea

3:45        Richard Kibrya, Victoria and Albert Museum:
            "A study of stained glass in rural and urban Locations.

4:15        Dr. Sally Rush, University of Glasgow:
            "Munich Glass at Glasgow Cathedral--A Re-evaluation."

5:00        Finish

The Centre for Life is situated 5 minutes walk from Newcastle upon
Tyne central Railway station, which is well served by inter-city
from all parts of the UK mainland.

The event is open to all and principally aimed at; Conservators,
Lead Glaziers, Architects, Church wardens, Museum Professionals,
Stained Glass Painters and designers and those with interest in Art
History. Lunch is included in the ticket price.

Please complete the booking slip below and return it with your
remittance by April 15, 2004.

Cost: UKIC Members GBP 50; UKIC non-members GBP 65

Post payment with name and address to:

    Chris Chesney Hon Treasurer UKIC Stained Glass Section
    Iona Art Glass
    Northumberland NE65 0SY
    +44 1665 711533
    cc [at] iona-art-glass__co__uk

Please state also whether an accommodation pack is required.

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