John Piper at Clifton

18 November 2018

All Saints’ Church is a remarkable building in Bristol, being an ingenious reworking of a major church of 1868 designed by architect George Edmund Street which was devastated by...

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A sparkling start to 2019

23 October 2018

There will be a raffle with prizes relevant to the stained glass world. This is a great chance to mingle in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere with others who share...

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Keeping the history alive

23 August 2018

The original minutes, accounts and official seal for the British Society of Master Glass Painters are kept at Caroline Benyon’s studio in Hampton. The studio is full of historic cartoons...

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Seeking a new exhibition venue

23 August 2018

If you know of a suitable building with a large window, possibly a theatre foyer or arts centre, that you think may be interested in hosting an exhibition please...

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A celebration of Keith New’s work

23 August 2018

The late Keith New FMGP was celebrated in a lecture earlier this year to coincide with the launch of a new book about his work. Find out more in...

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Stock on the shelves at English Antique Glass

23 August 2018

It is encouraging to see that English Antique Glass have finally decided to make more sheets of mouth blown glass and invest in keeping stock on the shelves. The...

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Bradley+Basso was the subject of the Spring lecture

23 August 2018

Ray Bradley came to talk to us in March about his work with Denise Basso. Ray started out as a student of Lawrence Lee and eventually taught architectural glass...

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Lamberts glass samples

23 August 2018

Having been frustrated by the lack of flashed glass colours  available in this country, Rachel Mulligan travelled to Lamberts in German to buy some glass and collect samples of colours...

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Theadora Salusbury

22 August 2018

A new book about the Arts & Crafts artist Theodora Salusbury and written by Georgina Maltby and Andrew Leutit has just been published. Andrew will be giving the autumn lecture...

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