Venue: National Glass Centre - Sunderland
Deadline to apply: 22/02/2020
Dates: This workshop will run for five Saturdays from 22nd February 2020 until 28th March 2020 (excluding the 14th March).
During this course you will learn traditional basic stained glass techniques, including, glass cutting, painting and stained, leading and cementing to construct your own small stained glass panel. Work with artist Sue Delbridge to develop your ideas and select the best approach to realise your design in glass to create a unique panel.
About the Artist: Sue Delbridge is an artist who uses traditional methods of stained glass making to create her own artist language to express themes of life and death and the
fragility of life itself.
Using glass as a canvas she communicates her ideas in the form of stained glass panels and light-boxes. She believes painting and drawing on glass creates images in colour and light
that no other medium can. She draws inspiration from a variety of sources including illustration, fairy tales, medieval stained glass and tapestry and tattoo art. It is her desire to inspire a new generation to engage with the medium of stained glass as she believes it can be used to tell narratives about the world and communities that we live in today.
Transferable Skills and Future Careers
All of our workshops provide you with an opportunity to develop some great transferable skills that could help you in a number of careers. All of our workshops give you a valuable chance to develop a range transferable skill. This is a great workshop for anyone who is interested in learning some of the skills required for careers in : Architecture, Conservation, Architectural Conservation, Glass Working, Art & Design, and Illustration.
In order to be eligible to apply you will need to be 14 – 18 years old during the dates of the workshop.
You should be creative and have an interest in the careers listed above, or similar areas. You should also have good hand-eye co-ordination.
In your application you should demonstrate a passion for working with your hands.
You must be able to attend every day of the workshop.
Please be sure that you have read our Eligibility Criteria and Applications section at the bottom of the Workshop page before applying.
Our workshops are fully-funded by generous sponsors. Places are limited, therefore, we recommend you submit your application as early as possible.
For any queries please contact Alison.Cleland@sunderland.ac.uk 0191 515 5523