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 Day 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.

The next meeting of the Association will be:
Things that travelled: Mediterranean Glass in the First Millennium AD
A two-day conference on glass production and trade in the Mediterranean area, which is being organised jointly with the UCL Early Glass Technology Research Network. It will take place at the UCL Institute of Archaeology, the Wallace Collection and the British Museum on Friday and Saturday 28-29 November 2014. The organisation of Roman, Byzantine and Early Islamic glass production and trade is a focus of current research, developing from archaeological and scientific evidence which suggests that much of the glass used and traded throughout Northern Africa, the Western Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Near East originated in the Eastern Mediterranean, particularly Egypt and the Levant. The conference will address key issues on the production and distribution of glass in this period and provide an international forum to exchange relevant archaeological and analytical data. Speakers who have already agreed to attend include Patrick Degryse (Leuven), Yael Gorin-Rosen (Jerusalem), Marie-Dominique Nenna (Lyon), Thilo Rehren (Doha) and Ian Freestone (London). Further details of the conference will appear in Glass News 36, which will be circulated to AHG members and subscribers in July. In the meantime, attached is a copy of the preliminary announcement and call-for-papers. We hope to see many of you in November. The AGM (open to all Members free of charge) will take place during the conference.

Past Study days