St Mungo 2020 - Lecture and display - NETTA EWING

Lecture And Display: Sacred Threads – Netta Ewing

The Sacred Threads Embroiderers Guild may be the only ecclesiastical embroiderers guild in Scottish History. Its founder and designer, Netta Ewing inspired by our strong Celtic Design tradition, seeks to formulate new religious symbolism for the 21C to uphold design standards and provoke new meditations on faith St Mungo Museum of Religious Life Castle Street, Read more about Lecture And Display: Sacred Threads – Netta Ewing[…]

St Mungo 2020 - Molendinar Lecture

Molendinar Lecture

5.30pm Civic reception Welcome from City of Glasgow 6.00pm -7.00pm Lecture Preserving the Past – Curating the Future Dr Tristram Hunt Director of V&A He will trace the genesis of the V&A from its Victorian roots, discussing how the Museum’s founding commitment to the “artisan in design” continues to define its mission today. By re-embracing its early purpose, the Read more about Molendinar Lecture[…]

St Mungo 2020 - Glasgow Cathedral tours

Glasgow Cathedral tours

12.00 -3.00pm Glasgow Cathedral tours with Johnnie Clark on the conservation & stonework of the Cathedral.  BOOK HERE > St Mungo Festival 2020 – Glasgow Cathedral tours

St Mungo 2020 - MUNGO’S BAIRNS

Mungo’s Bairns

Wellington Church 77 Southpark Ave G12 8LE  Presentations created by School Groups to celebrate Birthday of St Mungo and the City . See how schools bring MUNGO’s story alive 2020 style with patter, songs and poems. St Mungo’s Bairns is an open access event. Hosted by Glasgow Churches Together supported by students from Royal Conservatoire Read more about Mungo’s Bairns[…]

St Mungo’s Long Strange Trip: Archaeological explorations of Kentigern’s origins

Opening Lecture: Stephen Driscoll Reception with mulled wine. Welcome from Bishop Gregor Duncan   Hosted by Bishop Gregor Duncan, this lecture will examine a range of archaeological and historical discoveries which have a bearing on our understanding of Kentigern’s origins. Taking the 12th-century Life of Kentigern as a guide, the lecture will trace the journey Read more about St Mungo’s Long Strange Trip: Archaeological explorations of Kentigern’s origins[…]