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Education and Community > Talks, Lectures & Events

Talks, Lectures & Events Booking Information

Booking is essential for all Talks, Lectures & Events which are free and open to the public unless otherwise specified.

Talks, Lectures & Events 2013

18 May 2013
Gallery Talk at RHK| Riann Coulter
In the form of a gallery walk through, Dr Riann Coulter (art historian and Curator of the F.E. McWilliam Gallery and Studio) will discuss key influences on the pioneering work of artist Mainie Jellett and her translation of cubism. Through a selection of works, this talk explores the artistís strategy to return to figuration and Celtic iconography to make her Cubist aesthetic more appealing to the Irish public of the time.

03 May 2013
Artist Response at RHK| Mark Joyce
Mark Joyce (artist and Lecturer, IADT- Dunlaoghaire), presents an artists response to the exhibition Analysing Cubism which features paintings of Irish artists, Jellet, Hone and Swanzy. Joyces talk explores the smuggling of Flat colours into Ireland, via religious imperatives, in contrast to developments in Modernist painting elsewhere.

05 Apr 2013
Artist Response at RHK| Aleana Egan
Aleana Egan (artist) discusses her artistic response to a selection of works presented in the exhibition Analysing Cubism, and her interest in formal concerns of abstraction, such as line, colour and composition. Speaking from the context of her own practice, Egan looks at ways in which artists in the exhibition personalised methods of Cubism and abstraction in order to convey subjective experiences of their cultural environment.

13 Mar 2013
Gallery Talk at RHK| SeŠn Kissane
SeŠn Kissane (Curator, Exhibitions, IMMA) presents a gallery-walk through of the exhibition Analysing Cubism in IMMAís New Galleries . Through selected paintings, this talk explores the various themes and cultural links which connect the life and work of Irelandís most celebrated 20th century artists Mainie Jellet, Evie Hone and Mary Swanzy

19 Feb 2013
Preview Seminar at RHK | Analysing Cubism - From Past to Present
Coinciding with the exhibition preview and launch of Analysing Cubism, this seminar investigates early forms of European Cubism, outlining the various directions taken by Irish artists Mainie Jellet, Evie Hone and Mary Swanzy.Speakers include, Peter Brooke (painter and author), Julian Campbell (art historian and author), Dr Riann Coulter (art historian and Curator of the F.E. McWilliam Gallery and Studio), Dickon Hall (author of books on Nevill Johnson and Colin Middleton), Dr Roisin Kennedy (Lecturer, Art History Department, U.C.D.), SeŠn Kissane, (Curator, Exhibitions, IMMA), Peter Murray (Director, Crawford Gallery), and Grace Weir (artist).



Further Information

Photograph: Mirjam Keune, IMMA Artistsí Panel. For further information please contact Sophie Byrne, Assistant Curator: Education & Community Programmes, Tel: +353 1 612 9913 , Email: sophie.byrne@imma.ie

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