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Lesson Plans

Stained Glass Workshop

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Kathrine Walker (klwalk)
Fri, 31 Oct 1997 08:23:59 CST6CDT

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Date: Thu, 30 Oct 1997 15:00:25 -0500
From: Martha Jackson <mjackson.NC.US>
Reply-To: Museum discussion list <MUSEUM-L.COM>
Subject: Stained Glass Workshop

The Jekyll Island Museum is presenting a Stained Glass Workshop, January
23-25, 1998 at The Jekyll Island National Historic District, Jekyll
Island, GA. The 3-day seminar, designed primarily for the stained glass
layperson, will include professional advice and discussion of stewardship
issues for organizations that are responsible for stained or leaded glass.
Topics include: What is stained glass?
How to clean and protect
How to assess condition
What is restoration of stained glass?
How to find competent contractors
A demonstration of glass restoration
Tips for stewardship effectiveness
Seminar will also include:
Sepcific analysis of Tiffany and Armstrong stained glass
Conversational access to two of the pre-eminent stained
glass experts in America (Arthur Femenella & Neal

Workshop registration fees are $300 & are due by Dec. 15; after Dec. 15,
registration fees are $350. Participation is limited to the first 45
registrants. A minimum registration of 25 will be required.

Registration includes two continental breakfasts and two box lunches.

Special room rates are available at the Jekyll Island Clarion Beachfront
Resort at $39 per night plus tax.

This workshop is co-sponsored by the Southeastern Museums Conference.

For additional information, contact the Jekyll Island Museum, 375
Riverview Drive, Jekyll Island, GA 31527; (912) 635-2119.

Martha Battle Jackson, Registrar (919) 733-7862
NC Historic Sites Fax: (919) 733-9515
109 East Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27601-2807
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Kathrine Walker, Education Coordinator
Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University