How to produce stained glass for the home15 May 2019
This year our Discussion Day focuses on stained glass for the house and home. Our panel of experts unpick the process from finding clients and making a good first impression to delivering a window that maintains your artistic integrity while responding to your clients needs and wishes. It covers pricing a commission, working in heritage buildings, building a social media following and much more.
Our speakers are Neil Ireson, Flora Jamieson, Rachel Mulligan AMGP and John Reyntiens, all of whom have worked extensively producing stained glass for homes. Caroline Swash FMGP will chair the day. There will be plenty of opportunity for discussion and questions.
Primarily aimed at students and those in the early stages of their stained glass careers, the Discussion Day is open to everyone with an interest in stained glass. It is a chance to see some exciting work and hear directly from the artists about their practice.
The day is hosted by the Worshipful Company of Glaziers at Glaziers Hall in London on May 31st. There is also a chance to see the Stevens Competition entires. Tickets are £30 (15% discount for members) and you can book here.
Flora Jamieson ‘Swan and Pond’ (detail)