Weekend Workshop: Making Stained Glass

This event is now sold out, but why not try one of our workshops on Gilding and Gold Leaf, or Sketching the City?

Sunday 4th August 2019 | 10am-4pm | 54 Bell St., Glasgow

Stained glass is a beautiful ornament to Glasgow’s architecture. In this one-day workshop with master craftsperson Matthew Donnelly, learn the history and techniques of cutting colouring, and setting glass.

Participants will be able to design, create, and take home their own piece, using the same copper foil technique innovated by Charles Lewis Tiffany.

Space is limited to ten (10) participants, so booking ahead is essential. Your £99 fee covers the full day-long workshop, all tools and materials, and lunch and refreshment.

£99 per person, including all materials and lunch.


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