From Medieval to Modern: The Radiant Art of Stained Glass – Jasmine Allen, Director and Curator, The Stained Glass Museum, Ely.
NOTE: THE DATE OF THIS EVENT, NOW 6TH APRIL, HAS CHANGED FROM THAT PUBLISHED IN THE LATEST COPY OF THE ALMANACK.
This talk will shed light on the ubique art of stained glass, its history and stylistic development from medieval period to the present day. Using illustrated examples from the UK’s only museum dedicated to stained glass, located in Ely Cathedral. It will uncover a number of illuminating and inspiring works from across Britain and Europe. We plan to include a visit to the museum in our visit to Ely as part of our 2022 Summer excursion programme.
This will be our first lecture that we return to our normal meeting place of the Methodist Church on Huntingdon. The seating arrangements will be in accordance with the current Covid rules and we will ask everyone to wear face coverings throughout the evening, unless Covid regulations change.
The event is free to all members and we warmly welcome any visitor. Although we don’t charge visitors we do ask for a donation of £3 at the door to help cover our administrative costs. If you wish to attend as a visitor please let David Smith know by email at firstname.lastname@example.org