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St Patrick’s Stained Glass Workshop
St. Patrick's Catholic Cathedral, Armagh - Synod Hall

Stained glass is a well recognised traditional craft often viewed within the windows of sacred and historical buildings with spellbinding designs that use bright colours and bold details. Join expert glass artist, Kerrie Hanna, as you learn how to create beautiful designs for glass as well as paint mixing and paint techniques to complete the linework for multiple pieces on coloured glass. 

Kerrie will also demonstrate the tools and skills required for glass cutting as well as how to work safely with glass. Each participant will paint 2-3 final pieces within the 4 hours utilising the inspiration of the stained glass windows in St Patrick’s cathedral; these will then be brought back to the artist’s studios to undergo the firing process for collection from the venue 1-2 weeks after the event. 
Kerrie Hanna is a visual artist based in Vault Artist Studios Belfast. Her distinctive figurative style creations span across illustration, stained glass and street art. Her practice is often socially engaged and she was most recently awarded The MAC Artist In Residence 2023, and Malone College Artist in Residence in the same year. All tools and material will be provided. You may wish to bring your own safety glasses. It is advisable to wearable suitable clothing and flat shoes. A light lunch will be included. PLEASE NOTE: Completed glass creations can only be collected from the venue.
Light lunch provided from 1.00pm – 1.30pm, workshop runs from 1.30pm – 5.30pm.
Should you have any dietary or access requirements, please mention during the booking process and these will be accommodated as far as possible.Please email St. Patrick’s Festival, Armagh for further assistance.

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