Architectural Conservation CPD: Decorative Glass in Traditional Buildings - 27th Oct 2021

Time: 12:30-13:30 (log-on with light refreshments from 12:15)

Venue: Online via Microsoft Teams, streamed live from Lower City Mills, Perth.

Subject: From shopfronts to fanlights, office feature windows to church windows, stained-glass artist Liz Rowley will draw from her extensive experience in historic glass repair and contemporary design to cover the practicalities of common issues, appropriate repair, specification of work and the application of traditional skills in modern design.

Registration: www.achitcpd.eventbrite.co.uk


About the Architectural Conservation CPD programme: Whether you are a homeowner, starting out in a buildings related career, looking to refresh your conservation knowledge or are a professional encountering historic buildings as part of your work portfolio, this is the CPD programme for you. Our lunchtime sessions are recognised by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation and Scottish Traditional Building Forum. They are hosted online with Q&A and networking opportunities and delivered using live and recorded content by industry accredited professionals.

Architectural Conservation CPD forms part of Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust’s ongoing work through the Perth City Heritage Fund to encourage the regeneration of Perth’s historic buildings using traditional materials and skill and in accordance with best conservation practice and is supported by Historic Environment Scotland.

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