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Medieval Stained Glass in Great Britain

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Glass Societies and Centres

American Stained Glass Guild
The ASGG is the leading organization for stained glass artists and conservators in the USA.
http://www.americanglassguild.org/
Centre International du Vitrail, Chartres
The site, in English, French and German, outlines the Centre's work on the study and conservation of stained glass, and details its educational and exhibition activities.
http://www.centre-vitrail.org
Institute for Stained Glass in Canada
This website contains more than 2,000 images of stained glass in Canada.
http://stainedglasscanada.ca
National Glass Centre, Sunderland
The National Glass Centre is dedicated to promoting glass in all its uses; in design and technology, and as a vehicle for artistic expression.
http://www.nationalglasscentre.com
The Architectural Glass Centre, Swansea
Site of the Architectural Glass Centre, the commercial arm of the Architectural Glass Centre at Swansea University.
http://www.agc.org.uk
The British Society of Master Glass-Painters
The only organization in Britain devoted exclusively to the art and craft of stained glass. The site includes a diary of events, featuring a lecture series, and a list of stained glass resources (courses, further reading). Also contents lists of the society's journals.
http://www.bsmgp.org.uk
The Society of Glass Technology
The Society of Glass Technology encourages the study of the history, art, science, design, manufacture, after treatment, distribution and end use of glass of any and every kind.
http://www.sgt.org/cgi-bin/open.cgi?page=index
The Worshipful Company of Glaziers & Painters of Glass
Includes links to conservation information and tips for photographing glass. Under 'The Company Today' there are links to current liverymen, including conservators. Also a small stained glass image archive.
http://www.worshipfulglaziers.com
The Vitrocentre, Romont
Website of the Vitrocentre in Romont, with news of the organization’s work and further resources.
http://www.vitrocentre.ch
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