One Year Later: Notre Dame

On April 15, 2019, the cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris caught fire. The world watched as one of its most beloved medieval monuments burned. We were all reminded that not only is it a miracle that medieval architecture has survived into the 21st century, but that art and architecture (like all other tangible, materialContinue reading “One Year Later: Notre Dame”

CONF: Ghent Altarpiece, 2nd International Study Day (Ghent, 11 Sep 2018)

Ghent University, Aula Academica, Voldersstraat 9, September 11, 2018 The Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA, Brussels) and Ghent University (UGent) are pleased to announce the 2nd Ghent Altarpiece International Study Day on 11 September 2018 in Ghent. This event takes place one day before the renowned Symposium XXI for the Study of Underdrawing and Technology in PaintingContinue reading “CONF: Ghent Altarpiece, 2nd International Study Day (Ghent, 11 Sep 2018)”

University of York MA in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management

The University of York’s MA in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management is pleased to announce the numerous scholarship and funding opportunities available for students starting in September 2016. This MA is the only course in Britain for the study of stained glass conservation and remains the only programme in the English-speaking world.  York has unmatchedContinue reading “University of York MA in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management”

Summer Course in Technical Art History, Institute of Fine Arts, New York

Summer Course in Technical Art History: The Artist’s Book: Materials and Processes (June 9-20, 2014) New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, Conservation Center Application deadline: Mar 24, 2014 The Conservation Center is pleased to announce the Summer Institute in Technical Art History 2014, a two-week intensive course in technical art history for students currently enrolled in or completing aContinue reading “Summer Course in Technical Art History, Institute of Fine Arts, New York”

Medieval Art at the Mellon – the Ranworth rood screen

As the Mellon Centre for British Art continues to increasingly expand their focus beyond the eighteenth century, the first in a planned series of One Object, Three Voices will focus on the spectacular painted rood screen at Ranworth. The church, a short distance outside Norwich, is outstanding even among the screens of the county as aContinue reading “Medieval Art at the Mellon – the Ranworth rood screen”

Stained glass museum annual lecture

The director of the York Glaziers’ Trust, Sarah Brown will be giving this year’s annual lecture for the Ely Stained Glass Museum in London. The topic of the paper will be “‘The conservation of a medieval master-piece: John Thorntonʼs stained glass Apocalypse in York Minster“. The lecture will begin at 6pm at Art Worker’s Guild,Continue reading “Stained glass museum annual lecture”