News and Announcements

Exhibition of stevens entries at the stained glass museum

Selected entries from the 2018 Stevens Competition feature in an exhibition at the Stained Glass Museum, Ely Cathedral, from 7 June to 19 July.  Entry is free.  Download the poster here.




Scholarship and Award winners announced
Lady Cakes, a 20 cm float-glass roundel with coloured grisaille pigment and enamels by Anne-Catherine Perreau, winner of the Travelling Scholarship.

We are pleased to announce that the following Scholarships and Awards have been announced. For full details of each of the awards visit our Competitions and Awards page.

Travelling Scholarship: Anne-Catherine Perreau

Award for Excellence: Rose Waits

Ashton Hill Awards: Olivia Smith and Janine Greenberg



Stevens competition Winners announced

The winners of the 2018 Stevens Competition for Architectural Glass have been announced. Full details are here.



Glass Hub Courses

The Glass Hub has announced its spring-to-summer programme of masterclasses and specialist courses which include opportunities to study with internationally renowned glass artists. Visit for further information.


Master’s Blog

The Master, Keith Barley, is keeping a blog of his activities.  You can follow it here.

Journeyman award

Congratulations to stained glass craftsman Aaron Wright of MC Lead Glazing, who received a Livery Companies Skills Council (LCSC) Journeyman Award Certificate on 16 March 2018. The Master Glazier, Keith Barley MBE, FGMP, ACR, hosted the event at Glaziers’ Hall on behalf of the LCSC. He welcomed The Lord Mayor, Sheriff, LCSC members and fellow Masters from sixteen other craft Livery Companies, who also made awards to high achievers in their respective crafts, along with over 100 other LCSC guests.