This Autumn the University of York is celebrating the tenth anniversary of the launch, in collaboration with the York Glaziers Trust, of its MA in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management; and, ten years on, it will revisit the subject of its very first master-class: the conservation of the Great East Window of York Minster.
This day-long event will take place at the King’s Manor, York, on Saturday, 10th November, between 09.00 and 18.00.
The master-class will bring together a prestigious group of speakers presenting multiple aspects of the ground-breaking research that has emerged through the restoration project. The speakers and the subjects they will present include:
‘Context: The East Front, Construction and Conservation’, Andrew Arrol, Surveyor to the Fabric, York Minster
‘The Great East Window: Composition, Technology and Origins of the Glass’, Prof. Ian Freestone, University College, London
‘The East Window: Old Testament Scenes, the Apocalypse and the Ages of the World’’, Prof. Nigel Morgan, University of Cambridge
‘Conserving the Great East Window of York Minster’, Sarah Brown, University of York and the York Glaziers Trust
‘The Work of the East Window Advisory Group’, Prof. Richard Marks, Universities of York and Cambridge
‘Ways of Looking at the Great East Window’, Prof. Christopher Norton, University of York
Tickets for the event are available via Eventbrite.