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University of Glasgow
Department of Adult and Continuing Education
Session 2006-07
Scotland’s Stained Glass: Old and New
Eilidh Keith and specialist speakers
5 Wednesday evenings
from 21 Feb, 7.30 – 9.30pm

Organised by the Friends of Glasgow West

Approved for CPD purposes by:
Royal Incorporation of Architects, Scotland (RIAS)
GCC Development and Regeneration Services

Scotland’s Stained Glass: Old and New
All lectures 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Boyd Orr Building, University Avenue

Wednesday 21 February 2007
ALISON ROBERTSON
IAIN GALBRAITH

Wednesday 28 February 2007
STEPHEN RICHARD

Wednesday 7 March 2007
RONA MOODY

Wednesday 14 March 2007
ROSEMARY BEATON
ALEC GALLOWAY

Wednesday 21 Mar 2007
EDWINA PROUDFOOT

Speakers:

ALISON ROBERTSON, former chairman of the Church of Scotland Committee on Artistic Matters, and IAIN GALBRAITH, organist at Kelvinside Hillhead Parish Church, will present a perspective of Scottish stained glass artists and their work, both old and new, within the national context.

STEPHEN RICHARD is a well-known figure in art glass circles, with many installations and exhibitions around Scotland over the past twenty years. Based at the WASPS Studios, Stephen works on a wide range of glass projects. He is active in the Scottish Glass Society and is currently chairman of craftscotland, a Scottish Arts Council-supported web-based information service.

RONA MOODY is a stained glass designer, maker and teacher and has lectured at Chesterfield College of Art since 1999. She has also been researching Scottish stained glass, particularly from the 20th century, since her student days at Edinburgh University.

ROSEMARY BEATON is a painter and stained glass designer who has exhibited widely — from Shetland to the Netherlands — since graduating with a First Class degree from Glasgow School of Art in 1985. She was recently featured in the local press at the unveiling of the “West End Window, ” an 11m high mosaic of stained glass on the corner of a block of modern flats off Byres Road.

ALEC GALLOWAY, who worked with Rosemary Beaton on the “West End Window,” is a stained glass artist based in Skelmorlie, Ayrshire. Starting as a glassblower before pursuing work as a graphic designer in London, Alec worked in stained glass in Dubai for several years before returning to Scotland in 2000. Alec also teaches in the MDes course at the Edinburgh College of Art.

EDWINA PROUDFOOT is an archaeologist with interests in the Early Bronze Age and the Early Christian/Pictish periods. She has taught archaeological courses for Continuing Education throughout her career. From 1975-95 at University of St Andrews ran a research centre and developed the Sites & Monuments Record in Fife. Edwina is now Chairman of Scottish Church Heritage Research which is developing a database/website of Places of Worship in Scotland.




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