- This event has passed.
Northlands: Divine Light with Anne Vibeke Mou
July 8, 2017 - July 16, 2017£1250
The window is a point of departure for this master class, in which Anne Vibeke Mou will explore contemporary drawing, walking, looking and ‘wild’ engraving in the landscape. Supported in the studio by renowned conservator Keith Barley MBE, students will be challenged to incorporate mark making into traditional stained glass.
We will contact you for further application details. Applications are juried. Application Deadline: 28th February 2017
Cost: £1250 (includes evening meals and conference fee)
About Anne Vibeke Mou and Keith Barley MBE
Anne Vibeke Mou makes drawings and engravings by diamond point across windows and objects. Her work is an exploration of how materials may effect a momentary suspension in the dialectics of change and entropy and fix, for a time, process and narrative. She has a systematic, almost ritualistic, approach to making and often uses intensely repetitive methods of mark making. Her work unfolds slowly by inviting interaction between material and chance over time. Her most recent commissions include Diamond Window commissioned by the Laurence Sterne Trust at Shandy Hall and Arts & Heritage. These were leaded by Barley Studio, which was established by Managing Director Keith Barley MBE in 1973. Barley has an international reputation for excellence in stained glass creation and conservation for cathedrals, stately homes, parish churches and prestigious secular buildings across the UK and beyond.
This description was quoted from event organisers’ website on
The Glass Engraving Network is not the organiser of or responsible for this event, and this listing is simply for informational purposes. The status or details of the event may change, so should you be interested in attending please be in contact with the organisers and confirm the details using the link to their website found below. The Glass Engraving Network cannot take bookings or be responsible for changes to these events.