WHAT'S ON AT THE MUSEUM


The museum has a lively programme of events open to all. Please see below for what's on at the museum.

Showing events in category Children\'s Workshop

SG Mini Mornings - Desert Island
3 Aug. 2021 10:00-11:30

*** FULLY BOOKED *** Please contact us for waiting list


Event category: Children's Workshop

Price: 2.00
Location: The Stained Glass Museum
£2 per child which includes a drink and biscuit for adults and children and craft materials.
Craft (1030-1100)
StoryTime (1100-1130)

Session also includes free play.

The session takes place in the museum gallery
which I accessed via a stone spiral staircase of approximately 40 steps. Buggy park and toilet facilities available on the ground floor of the Cathedral.

Last admittance 10:15.

Attendance limited to one child/one parent per ticket.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Suitable for ages: 3-6
Contact: learning@stainedglassmuseum.com
details...


SG Mini Mornings - Farming
10 Aug. 2021 10:00-11:30

*** FULLY BOOKED *** Please contact us for waiting list


Event category: Children's Workshop

Price: 2.00
Location: The Stained Glass Museum
£2 per child which includes a drink and biscuit for adults and children and craft materials.
Craft (1030-1100)
StoryTime (1100-1130)

Session also includes free play.

The session takes place in the museum gallery
which i accessed via a stone spiral staircase of approximately 40 steps. Buggy park and toilet facilities available on the ground floor of the Cathedral.

Last admittance 10:15.

Attendance limited to one child/one parent per ticket.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Suitable for ages: 3-6
Contact: learning@stainedglassmuseum.com
details...


Children's Glass Fusing: Level 1
17 Aug. 2021

*** FULLY BOOKED *** Please contact us for waiting list


Event category: Children's Workshop

Price: 10.00
Location: The Stained Glass Museum
The session leader will explain the principles and theory of glass cutting, fusing and firing, explaining the various terms and stages used in fusing glass. The techniques you will be introduced to will include fusing clear and coloured glass using fritt, confetti, stringers, noodles and some metal inclusions, with special emphasis on the construction of designs. Young people will get to work on their design and make small glass items of their choice, such as tiles, coasters, jewellery or decorative hangings. The session leader will provide examples of the different techniques, processes, fittings and results for students to handle and examine, but the emphasis of the workshop will remain on the creative designs that the young people can achieve by themselves, ensuring that everyone will have a rewarding time.

Your glass will need to be kiln-fired after the workshop is finished. This process takes 24 hours and will usually takes place on the following day because someone needs to be on the premises during firing. Once your fused artwork has been kiln-fired and cooled, we will contact you to let you know it is ready for collection.

All young people must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the workshop.
Suitable for ages: 7+
Contact: learning@stainedglassmuseum.com
details...


Children's Glass Fusing: Level 1
26 Aug. 2021 - 17 Aug. 2021


Event category: Children's Workshop

Price: 10.00
Location: The Stained Glass Museum
The session leader will explain the principles and theory of glass cutting, fusing and firing, explaining the various terms and stages used in fusing glass. The techniques you will be introduced to will include fusing clear and coloured glass using fritt, confetti, stringers, noodles and some metal inclusions, with special emphasis on the construction of designs. Young people will get to work on their design and make small glass items of their choice, such as tiles, coasters, jewellery or decorative hangings. The session leader will provide examples of the different techniques, processes, fittings and results for students to handle and examine, but the emphasis of the workshop will remain on the creative designs that the young people can achieve by themselves, ensuring that everyone will have a rewarding time.

Your glass will need to be kiln-fired after the workshop is finished. This process takes 24 hours and will usually takes place on the following day because someone needs to be on the premises during firing. Once your fused artwork has been kiln-fired and cooled, we will contact you to let you know it is ready for collection.

All young people must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the workshop.
Suitable for ages: 7+
Contact: learning@stainedglassmuseum.com
details...



Refunds & Cancellation Policy


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.

If a date change has already been requested we cannot offer a refund on a subsequent cancellation.

We are unable to refund workshops paid for using workshops vouchers.

Please bear in mind that the Stained Glass Museum is a charity 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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