Stained glass panel

Arts Centre, Bideford

Who is this course for?

You will be working in a fun, friendly and supportive atmosphere with a group of likeminded people.  

You will be learning a range of new skills and making something that you are pleased with. 

Please note this course will run on 3 alternate Saturdays.

Course content

You will be making a stained-glass panel. This will involve: glass cutting and grinding, copper foiling, soldering and patination. There will be a range of designs for you to choose from. 

Support and feedback

The tutor will be there at all times for help and support. 

Additional costs and requirements

All materials and equipment will be supplied. 

There are no entry requirements. 

Please be aware that due to the nature of ceramics some items may not complete the firing process as you envisioned. This can include cracks, breakages and unintentional glaze finishes. You will only be charged for fired items that you take away with you.


You may be eligible for a learner bursary if you can demonstrate that attending a course will improve your wellbeing. Eligibility is determined after a short interview with a member of our learning support team. You must be aged over 19 on 31st August 2018 and your household income below £15,276 to access this fund. Contact your local centre for more details.  

Will I have to do anything outside of the session?


About the tutor

Harry Roberts currently works on Art and Design courses and a range of Art/music based ALDD courses for Learn Devon.   


Prior to this he worked for North Devon College (Petroc) for 12 years as a Fine Art Lecturer and Tutor. Before this he had four artist-in-residence positions in the UK and was International Research Fellow at Exeter College of Art and Frankfurt Akademie, and Junior Fellow at South Glamorgan University.   


Harry has a PGCE from the University of Reading and a BA Hons (Ist class) from the Polytechnic Wolverhampton and Ecole des Beaux Arts de Lyon.   


His current area of interest is in using paper pulp, dyes and oil paint to create large constructions that straddle the line between painting and sculpture. The current series of five works has taken four years and is due for exhibition next year.   


He has held one-man shows at most large cities in the UK including two in London and has won 12 awards and prizes at local and national exhibitions and was awarded the gold medal in Fine Art in Newport, Wales.   


His work is in various public and private collections including; Tarmac, Granada Television and three LEA collections.   


When he was a student his tutor was Anish Kapoor.   


‘I love showing people new things and materials and helping them develop their skills. I believe everyone has a creative ability. We all drew before we could speak but sometimes this creative ability gets lost or buried. I like people to find what they never really knew they had.’   


Harry Roberts. Art, Craft and Design Tutor, Learn Devon.  

Start date08 June 2019
End date06 July 2019
Start time10:00
End time13:00
Concessions not available