Come along to Kelvingrove and make a mini angel light catcher in the style of Harry Clarke's stain glass window to hang in your own window!
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About Light Catchers
In 1923, the world famous Dublin based Stained Glass Artist Harry Clarke was commissioned by the Sisters of Notre Dame De Namur.
The sisters asked Clarke to make a Memorial Window to celebrate 25 years of their teaching convent and to commemorate fallen soldiers of WW1.
The result, now on display at Kelvingrove, is a stunning window of colour.
Bring the family along and make a mini light catcher in the style of Clarke's window to hang in your window at home.
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