Windows of Learning Stained Glass Exhibition
A celebration of Robert Owen's legacy in stained glass
Stained glass windows created by five local schools, depicting the philosophy of Robert Owen are being exhibited at the Tolbooth, Lanark, from Monday 28 August – Thursday 31 August, 10am – 4pm daily.
Visitors to the exhibition will be able to marvel at the eight one meter squared panels depicting children’s bold and brightly coloured take on Robert Owen’s principles of character, kindness, play, cooperation, equity, the environment, curiosity and happiness.
Brought together by New Lanark Primary School Parents’ Association, the project commemorates the 200th anniversary of the formation of Owen’s Institute for the Formation of Character in 1816. The stained-glass panels were created by pupils from New Lanark Primary School, Kirkfieldbank Primary School, Lanark Primary School, St Mary’s Primary School and Robert Owen Memorial Primary School, as part of the ‘Robert Owen’s Windows of Learning’ project. Find out more on the links below.