Although the Stained Glass Museum remains closed due to the current lockdown, the museum has scheduled a series of online lectures this spring.
The series begins this week, at 7pm on Wednesday 24 February, with a talk by Jeff Hopewell on ‘The Stained Glass of Douglas Hamilton’. This talk will give an insight into the life and work of Glasgow stained glass artist Douglas Hamilton (1895-1959), setting his importance in the wider context of 20th century Scottish stained glass. Particular attention will be paid to Hamilton’s war memorial windows and depictions of everyday life.
Details of the next four lectures can be found in our Lockdown Online guide and on the Stained Glass Museum website. All are £5 general admission, £4 for Friends.