We have a number of events lined up this summer, and after last year’s success we’ll be opening our doors to the public again! See here for details of what we’re up to and here for when we’ll be open!
Our lecture programme for 2016 is now available here.
Dates for our popular hands-on workshops in summer 2016 are now available here. Priority booking for Friends of the Stained Glass Centre opens on 1 February, and general booking on 15 February.
The Stained Glass Centre will once again be opening for Residents’ Festival on Saturday 30th January. Join us between 10 am and 4 pm. For more information see our Events page.
Our next event will be our Autumn lecture on Thursday 29th October 2015 at 7.30 pm (doors open 7 pm for refreshments).
Ann Sotheran FMGP (a York-based stained glass artist who worked with Harry Harvey for many years) will speak about “The Harry Stammers School of Glass-painting in York”.
For further information see our Events page.
The Stained Glass Centre’s Summer Newsletter is now available to download!
As well as news of our recent activities and exciting new partnerships, Monika Adamczak reviews our Spring Lecture by Susan Harrison. We also have details of our upcoming events, including August and Heritage Open Days.
Thanks to our newly-trained volunteers, we are pleased to announce that the Stained Glass Centre will be open to visitors on the following days in August:
Volunteers will be on hand to provide information about the building and its spectacular range of historic stained glass!
For more information, please email [email protected]
Congratulations to our trustee, Keith Barley, who has been made an MBE for services to Cultural Restoration and Conservation in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List! A well-deserved recognition of Keith’s outstanding contribution to the field over more than forty years of pioneering conservation work.
The Stained Glass Centre is proud to host the Assembled on Sunday 3rd May, as part of the York Spring Festival .
The Assembled are a group of experimental, collaborative musicians. They will be performing line/shadow, a series of performances developed specifically for the stunning St Martin-cum-Gregory Church. It presents an amazing opportunity to experience the Centre in a different way, exploring the resonance and light of the space.
Join us for the Tour de Yorkshire and a Yorkshire Cream Tea on Saturday 2nd May
As the Tour de Yorkshire passes through York, get a prime viewing spot at The Stained Glass Centre on Micklegate. The peloton is due to pass the Centre twice between 2pm and 4pm, and we will be serving a Yorkshire Cream Tea to keep you going.
The elevated churchyard offers the perfect vantage point for viewing the race and our freshly-brewed tea and homemade fat rascals and scones are guaranteed to get you in the Yorkshire spirit!
The Centre will be open from 1pm to 6pm. From 1 pm until 4 pm entry will be by ticket only, and tickets can be bought by clicking here. Entry will be free after 4pm.
We are offering free entry to all accompanied children and an exclusive discounted ticket for our Friends.
All prices include a Yorkshire Cream Tea