Annual General Meeting
The Association holds its Annual General Meeting in the Autumn of each year, usually in London, linked to a study day or conference.

Study Days and Other meetings
Each year the Association holds two day meetings usually in Spring and Autumn, with a programme of papers from invited speakers on a topical theme.

Study Day - Hot from the Furnace Mouth: How Practical Glassmaking Supports Glass History
Project Workshops, Quarley, Hampshire, SP11 8PX
10.15 - 17.00, 2nd November 2018
35GBP for AHG members, 50GBP for non members (includes a year's free membership) and 25GBP for students.
This unusual study day will be held at the workshop of 'The Glassmakers' at Project Workshops, Quarley, Hampshire. It is designed to give delegates a rare opportunity to watch hot glassmaking that is thought to be 'representative' of historic practice. In this environment we can then consider how the knowledge gained from such work supports the development and communication of glass history. It is hoped the day will appeal equally to those with little experience in the field and those with a lot. The glass workshop will only accommodate 16 visitors at a time, but 'mirror-image' programmes can be arranged if there is sufficient interest, making a maximum of 32 people. Book early to avoid disappointment!
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Past Study days

2017 Nov: Glass of the Caesars (Nov 2017 - pdf).
2016 Nov: Glass in imitation of other materials (Nov 2016-pdf)
2016 April: "To make much better glass..." (April 2016-pdf)
2015 Nov: Fragmentary Tales: A Second Miscellany of Glass (Nov 2015-pdf)
2015 June: Glass for Eating, Drinking and Making Merry (June 2015-pdf)
2014 Nov: Things that travelled (Nov 2014-pdf)
2014 Apr: Messages in Bottles (Apr 2014-pdf)
2013 Nov: A Miscellany of Glass - New Discoveries and Hidden Treasures (Nov 2013-pdf)
2013 Mar: The Evidence for British Crystal Glass 1660-1700 (Mar 2013-pdf)
2012 Nov: Recent Research and New Discoveries in Glass and Ceramics (Nov 2012-pdf)
2011 Nov: Glass in Science and Medicine (November 2011-pdf)
2010 May: Neighbours and Successors of Rome (May 2010-pdf)
2010 Oct: Glass in Art & Literature (October 2010-pdf)
2010 Mar: Glass for windows, glass for vessels. Medieval glass 1066-1550 (March 2010-pdf)
2009 Nov: Interpreting Finds from Glasshouse Excavations (November 2009-pdf)
2009 Mar: Recent archaeological research into the manufacture of glass in the British Isles (March 2009-pdf)
2008 Oct: Glass at the British Museum: Current research, science and conservation (October 2008-pdf)
2008 Mar: Buying and Selling Glass in Britain 1600-1950 (March 2008-pdf)
2007 Nov: Glass in Architecture (November 2007)
2007 Mar: The glass industry: constraints and controls from the medieval world to the 20th century (March 2007)
2006 Nov: Experimental and Ethnographic Studies relating to ancient glass (November 2006)