Thursday Afternoons |15.30 – 18.30 | £200 | 10 weeks
Thursday Evenings | 19.15-21.15 | £140 | 10 weeks
Learn the ancient craft-skills of stained glass as still applied to contemporary stained glass design today. Join us and be inspired by historic and modern glass artists and then design, choose, cut and assemble glass to create your own vibrant and stunning works of art in stained glass. You will have opportunities to try leading, copper foiling and glass painting.
Tools are provided. There will be a materials cost of £30.oo depending on the glass you choose to order.
Experience is not required by we welcome participants who have done glass work before. Jill is happy to discuss your ideas for your own project in advance of the course if you have any questions.
These two course runs for three terms every year, each term consists of 10 classes (Thursday evenings or Thursday afternoons). We take a break over half term. Please check the Thursday afternoon dates carefully as the 10 sessions may not be consecutive due to instrument making taking place in the workshop.
This course is suitable for those with no experience.
Click on the booking links to see if there are still spaces, if their are none available email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to go on the waiting list.
Tutor | Jill Fordham
Jill has worked as a locally based stained glass artist for 25 years. Her work includes taking commissions from private clients, exhibiting regularly and teaching, and she enjoys following her own inspiration as much as encouraging and inspiring other’s creativity. The glass techniques she works with are leading, copper foiling, fusing and slumping, and glass painting. A source of inspiration for many of her designs is capturing fluid forms, and using glass to recreate the way these forms are affected by light and she also like geometric patterns! Find out more on her website: Hurdy Gurdy Glass.
Please note, the Stained Glass afternoon course dates vary according to Cambridge Woodwind Makers’ courses that share the same workshop. There may still be changes in dates, they will always be replaced by other Thursday afternoon classes.
September – November term 2020
- 24th September
- 1st October
- 15th October
- 29th October
- 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th November
- 3rd, 10th December
Mid term breaks on 8th and 22nd October
- Thursdays24th September – 3rd December
Half term break 29th October
“I knew I would enjoy the class but I was surprised at how therapeutic the process was. What a lovely class!”
“I had my window fitted into my bathroom door! I’m so excited and absolutely love it. I’m hugely proud of myself as when I started Jill’s classes I ouldn’t even cut a piece of glass straight. The fact that I managed to make a whole window is testament to Jill’s expertise and patience. Please can you thank her profusely as I’m chuffed to pieces that I’ve achieved my little dream. Thank you so much for making me feel so welcome.”
Location | 6 Lintech Court, Linton, Cambridgeshire, CB21 4XN, ENGLAND
Transport | The workshop is a few miles south of Cambridge city and can be reached by the route 13 buses. Follow the signs to Linton Zoo!
Participant Guidelines | Please read our participant guidelines which can be found here
Covid-19 Guidelines | Please read our covid-19 guidelines which can be found here
Access | Please note that our kitchen and toilets are on the first floor up 1 flight of stairs. If this is going to pose a problem for you please email us at email@example.com
Booking | Your reservation on a course is not complete until payment has been received.
Photos | We may take pictures during classes which may be used on our social media feeds and later in publicity. If you wish not to be in photographs please let the tutor and staff know at the start of the class.
Questions | if you have any questions or comments please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Availability | No spaces left? Email us at email@example.com to go on the waiting list.