History & Heritage Session - Wednesday 9 September
       
  Paper Title Author Author's Institution
08:30 Registration    
09:00 GlassArtEngineering; Unique Points of View Working Together Alexis Clare  Alfred University
  Session 5 to be chaired by :  Fred Veer  
09:40 New Specialty Glass Artist-in-Residence Program: Corning Incorporated and Corning Museum of Glass Glen Cook Corning Museum of Glass
10:00 Fragments of a Discourse on Light and Glas:  A Close View on the Exhibition Within Light/ Inside Glass Francesca Giubilei Free-Lance Art Curator
10:20 In Search of Light: Glass! Science! Art! Oksana Kondratyeva Glass Artist based in London
10:40 Essential symmetries – crystallography and glass Shelley James Royal College of Art
11:00 Refreshments & Poster Session    
  Session 6 to be chaired by :  Shelley James  
11:20 ‘Preparing a Poultice’ - Stained Glass Conservation Tom Kupper Lincoln Cathedral Glazing Department
12:00 The corrosion of stained glass: a chemical analysis using synchrotron radiation based X-ray absorption and X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy  Josef Hormes Institute of Physics, Bonn University
12:20 Walls of light - The Art of Dalle de Verre and the current conservation problems Markus Klein Glasmalerei Peters GmbH
12:40 Painting with light – Mouth blown glass in art and architecture Hans Meindl Glashütte Lamberts
13:00 Lunch    
  Session 7 to be chaired by :  Antonio Pires de Matos  
14:00 Mirror, Mirror on the Wall ... John Parker  Sheffield University
14:40 Contouring the Air Bubble: Complex Air Entrapment in Kiln-formed Glass Art Joanne Mitchell University of Sunderland
15:00 Calcium antimonates as opacifying agents in historical glass samples - remelting experiments and in situ crystallization  Ferdinand Drünert University of Jena
15:20 Skills and materials used in the development of Scottish window glass Craig Kennedy Herriot Watt University
15:40 Lighting Fire in Theophilus Kiln.The Theophilus Glass Painting Kiln Phenomenon Today Eve Koha Estonian Academy of Arts
16:00 Refreshments & Poster Session    
  Session 8 to be chaired by :  John Parker  
16:20 Conservation and restoration of archaeological glass: possibilities of LASER technology Maricruz Medina Universidad Autónoma Madrid
16:40 Playing with borosilicate luminescent glasses Antonio Pires de Matos University of Lisbon
17:00 Where Neon meets Scientific glassblowing Julia Malle University of Hull
17:20 Beyond the Object: interplays of the digital and the material Gillian Hobson Sheffield Hallam University
17:40 End of Session