LEADING AND GLAZING
Leading and Glazing Workshop
One Day Glazing/Leading Workshop with Claire Hart
For upcoming workshop dates visit our What's On page.
The Old Dispensary, 13 St. Mary's Street, Ely, CB7 4ER
The Old dispensary is located in Ely, on St Mary's Street opposite a short stay car park. Please wait at the entrance door where someone will come and greet you and let you in.
About the workshop
All materials (glass, lead, solder etc. are provided) and tools are available for the use of the participants, although you may prefer to bring your own. You will be taken through each step of the process of constructing a panel and will practise the techniques before making your own panel.
The morning will be primarily spent learning to cut glass along cutlines provided (though you are welcome to bring your own simple design). Once all your glass pieces are cut to size and shape, you will then be shown how to piece them together using lead joints and solder.
Lunch: There may be up to an hour’s break for lunch. Lunch is not provided, but there are many nearby cafes and sandwich shops or you can bring a packed lunch.
[What to bring:] You may like to wear old clothes or overalls.
Physical Ability: Please note this workshop requires participants to stand and work at a workbench so a reasonable level of fitness and physical ability is required.
Health & Safety: Please note that, because of the lead content in the solder, this workshop is not suitable if you are pregnant or breast feeding.
Cost: £95 per person including materials, equipment and tuition
Friends of the Museum receive 10% discount
Suitable for age 18+
How to book: Please contact us for further details or to book a place on this workshop.
Meet the Tutor
Claire Hart, Workshop Tutor
Now living in South Lincolnshire, Claire has a small studio where she carries out commissions and restorations and teaches a variety of glass and ceramic classes in Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire area.
"Claire Hart was an exceptional tutor providing expert guidance with the right amount of demonstration and assistance"
Tim Carter, 09/04/2017
"As i had already attended this day course last year i wanted to develop my skill as i have set up a small workshop at home. Claire showed me many useful techniques to enable me to complete my work more effectively. I have learnt such a lot from this one day course. Excellent I recommend it to anyone who is interested in stained glass"
Wendy Szczesiak, 21/04/2017
Refunds & Cancellations
For cancellations made more than 28 days in advance we offer a full refund or one free date change.
For cancellations made between 14 and 28 days in advance we will offer a 50% refund or allow one free date change.
For cancellations made less than 14 days in advance we are unable to offer a refund or date change on workshop places, although you are welcome to transfer the booking to someone else.
We are unable to refund workshops paid for using workshops vouchers.
If a date change has already been requested we cannot offer a refund on a subsequent cancellation.
Please bear in mind that the Stained Glass Museum is a registered charity (No.1169842) and in order to operate successfully it’s important that we adhere to this policy.
Cancellation of courses by the Museum
Under rare or exceptional circumstances the Museum may have to cancel workshops. If a cancellation is necessary, we will do our utmost to contact you by phone or email as soon as possible before the workshop is held. You will be offered either a full refund or the option to transfer their booking to an alternative date/workshop. Please note The Stained Glass Museum is not liable for any costs associated with travel or accommodation. Please bear this in mind when booking travel or accommodation in advance.
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