The University of York MA in Stained-Glass Conservation and Heritage Management Spring Master-class will be held this year on Saturday 28 February 2015 and is entitled ‘New Voices in Stained Glass Conservation’.
Over the past ten years, the face of stained-glass conservation has been changed through training opportunities at all levels. Practice-based internships funded through the Institute of Conservation (ICON), NADFAS, the Worshipful Company of Glaziers, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), and the University of York’s own MA course have supported a new generation of stained-glass conservators. These young practitioners are now making their mark in studios throughout Europe. Our speakers, all of whom have experience of one or more of these routes into a career in conservation, will speak about their own career and the projects with which they are now involved.
• Monika Adamczak, University of York
‘Glacier Transparencies: Research and Conservation Options’
• Dr Alison Gilchrist, Barley Studio
‘Becoming a conservator: from MA towards ACR’
• Sarah Jarron, Independent Conservator
‘The Conservation of Four Monumental Choir Windows in Ulm Münster: Production, Adaptation and Application of the Conservation Concept’
• Anna Santolaria Tura, Can Pinyonaire Stained Glass Conservation, Girona Catalonia
‘The Girona Cathedral Glaziers’ Table’
• Laura Tempest, The University of York and York Glaziers Trust
‘The Place of Research and Digital Documentation in a Major HLF Project’
The master-class will be held at the King’s Manor, York. Places for this day-long event can be booked through Brittany Scowcroft (Brittany.firstname.lastname@example.org): £40 (including lunch, tea, coffee), £30 (concessions).