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Webinar talks are the new way of socialising; connect with friends and family, learn something new about your local area.

Virtual talks available now

We are now able to offer all our outreach sessions as virtual talks/webinars via your preferred platform.

What a fabulous lecture this evening...Kate certainly nailed it and her enthusiasm and knowledge of her subject came over extremely well. It was so enjoyable. Best wishes, Hazel. Romsley & Hunnington History Society.
  • Mary Stevens engraving a vase
  • Helen Millard Hummingbird cameo vase

Talks usually last about an hour plus time for questions and a chat - all are accompanied by Powerpoint slides. 

Choose a talk from below

Handling Sessions

This interactive session will introduce the marvellous magical material that is glass, its scientific properties and uses in everyday life as well as a basic introduction to how glass is made and the achievements of the local industry. This session is ideal for school classes, community or family groups and involves handling glass objects and looking at images.

We all thoroughly enjoyed meeting you last night and found your talk extremely interesting, I'm sure there are still industries where women are still patronised but at least we know the glass industry has moved on! I will certainly pass your details on to other groups, you are a most engaging and attractive speaker. Kind regards, Hagley Tangent Club
Thank you so much for the excellent talk on Cameo Glass you gave to our club's members last night. It was from beginning to end and the amount of interest you created was reflected in the large number of questions you had. Many thanks once again and very best wishes for continues success in your work. Pedmore Men's Club
  • £46 for the first hour, £22.50 per additional part hour.

    Mileage charged at 45p per mile on a round trip from The Red House Glass Cone (DY8 4AZ) 

  • To make a booking:

    Telephone - 01384 815571

  • Follow this link to online payments only AFTER you have been asked to do so by Museum staff.