John Gomez, Architectural Historian. Journeys in Color and Light: The Search for Connick Windows in New Jersey.
Milda Richardson, Ph.D. Maginnis & Walsh in the Service of the Roman Catholic Church.
Peter Houk, Director of MIT Glass Lab
Curtis Almquist SSJE, lecture: Poetic Splendor in Color and Light.
A Filmed Lecture on Charles Connick Stained Glass, presented at Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago.
Albert M. Tannler, Windows are Architecture: William Morris, Viollet-le-Duc, and the Artistic Journey of Charles J. Connick
Peter Cormack F.S.A., illustrated lecture: Transatlantic Gothic: Aspects of Anglo-American Medievalism.
Mark David Baden, Ph.D, illustrated lecture: We Met in a Crypt.
Peter Cormack F.S.A., illustrated lecture: Charles J. Connick (1875-1945): America’s Greatest Stained Glass Artist.
Albert M. Tannler, illustrated lecture: Charles J. Connick and the “Early School” of American Stained Glass Artists
James O’Gorman, slide presentation: The Arts and Crafts Movement:Two Bridges to Boston
Lance Kasparian, Historical Architect: The Stained Glass Work of Donald MacDonald (1841-1916) and His Times
Alan Younger, Vice President & Fellow, British Society of Master Glass-Painters; part-time Lecturer in Fine Arts, American International University, London: “Measure Thrice, cut once”: glazing the clerestory windows of Henry VII’s Chapel, Westminster Abbey
Julie L. Sloan, Stained Glass Consultant: History of Stained Glass in America
Dr. Nicola Gordon Bowe, Professor of Art and Design, College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland: The Glow of Controlled Fire: Stained Glass and the Irish Arts and Crafts Movement
James Yarnell, director of the La Farge Catalogue Raisonné: The Light of Other Days: John La Farge Stained Glass at Trinity Church and Memorial Hall
Paul F. Norton, Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst: Revelations from the Stained Glass of Rhode Island
Peter Cormack, Deputy Director of the William Morris Gallery, London: ‘Aglow with brave resplendent colour’: the stained glass of Christopher Whall (1849-1924)
Madeline Harrison Caviness, Mary Richardson Professor and Professor History of Art, Tufts University: Brilliant Collectables: Medieval and Renaissance Stained Glass in the U.S.
No lecture. Instead a memorial service for Orin E.Skinner, who passed away on April 4, held on his 103rd birthday, at Saint Mary’s and Saint John’s Monastery Chapel of the Society of Saint John the Evangelist on Memorial Drive in Cambridge, MA. Mr. Skinner was the founder and president of the Connick Foundation and President of the Studio 1945-1986.
Jonathan L. Fairbanks, Katharine Lane Weems Curator of American Decorative Arts and Sculpture, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: The Connick Idea.