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13 June 2020

How Stained Glass is Made

  • Workshop

How Stained Glass is Made: a conservation and craft workshop by Liam Glasshaus Studio

(Age group 12-18 years/Time: 10am/County Meath)

Learn the dark arts and tricks of this ancient craft. Once considered the highest of art forms, stained glass has been produced for over one thousand years and has been used by human beings to celebrate and decorate our buildings and environment. This live workshop will be run by Liam McCorkell of Glasshaus Studio from his own workshop in historical County Meath. Liam will show examples of the materials and tools employed in this traditional craft skill and explain the technicques and tricks of this traditional craft skill.

This 30-minute live on-screen workshop will be delivered by Liam McCorkell of Glasshaus Studio on behalf of the Irish Georgian Society and the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. There will be opportunities to ask Liam questions at the end of his live workshop.

To participate in this 30-minute live conservation craft workshop, which will be delivered through Zoom, click on the link below to join in.

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Online Event

13 Jun 2020

10.00AM - 10.30AM

Age range