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YGT's Director Launches her New Publication: Apocalypse, The Great East Window of York Minster
The launch of Sarah Brown's eagerly anticipated new volume Apocalypse: The Great East Window of York Minster took place earlier this month, with a large turnout attending the event held in York Minster's North Transept.
YGT Pioneers Ground-Breaking New Conservation Material in Britain
The York Glaziers Trust have used a revolutionary new UV resistant glass at York Minster, to protect the Great East Window. York Minster will be the first building in the UK to use this pioneering new material to protect its ancient stained glass.
Tate Britain Window by Artist Richard Wright Made and Installed by YGT
The York Glaziers Trust have completed the making and installation of a brand new window for Tate Britain's Millbank foyer, designed by Turner Prize winning artist Richard Wright. The window uses only clear handmade glass, and a delicate geometric leaded design set within an elegant metal framework.
Princess Beatrice and the Archbishop Visit the Studio
In August 2012 Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice of York visited the studio, accompanied by the Archbishop of York, John Sentamu. She met the conservators working on the conservation of the Minster's Great East Window, and saw some of the panels currently being worked on.
The team at the York Glaziers Trust welcomed His Royal Highness, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York to the studios. His tour included neighbouring York Minster and the stoneyard. While in the workshop, he saw panels being conserved from York Minster's Great East Window.