Staidéir Ealaíne

Detail from Casimir de Markievicz, 'The Artist's Wife Constance de Markievicz, Irish Painter and Revolutionary'

 

An Athbheochan Cheilteach & Tús Spreagtha Nua-Aoiseachais 

Tagraíonn an Athbheochan Cheilteach don tréimhse c. 1830-1930, nuair a bhreathnaigh ársaitheoirí, scríbhneoirí agus ealaíontóirí ar an ré thart chun aitheantas nua a chruthú, le linn tréimhse ina raibh náisiúnachas ag fás agus a chomhthárla le coimhlint chun neamhspleáchais. Cé go raibh sé comhuaineach le hathbheochan liteartha nó chultúrtha na hÉireann, d’áirigh sé freisin borradh na n-ealaíon maisiúla, péintéireachta agus dealbhóireachta, agus bunú ghailearaí ealaíne nua-aoisí.

Gach Déardaoin 6.30pm.

IONAD NUA: Seomra Seimineáir na Leabharlainne Náisiúnta

 

20 January
Welcome, Raymond Keaveney, Director
Key features of the Celtic Revival Period
Dr. Nicola Gordon Bowe
Associate Fellow, National College of Art & Design,Visiting Professor, University of Ulster

27 January
‘A web of visionary hopefulness':The Yeats Family 
Dr. Hilary Pyle
Curator, writer, biographer and art historian

3 February
The Flowering of the Decorative Arts and the replica Irish High Crosses of the Celtic Revival Period
Dr. Peter Harbison
Archaeologist, historian, writer, and Hon. Academic Editor, Royal Irish Academy

10 February
Lady Gregory and Sir Hugh Lane: critical figures in the cultural revival
Dr. Julie-Anne Stevens,
St. Patrick’s College-Dublin City University

17 February
Sir John Lavery and Ireland
Dr. Brendan Rooney,
Curator of Irish Art, National Gallery of Ireland

24 February
Impressions of Maud Gonne and Countess Markievicz
Brian Crowley,
Curator, The Pearse Museum  

3 March
John Butler Yeats and his Contemporaries
Donal Maguire,
Administrator, Centre for the Study of Irish Art, National Gallery of Ireland

10 March
Early Modernism and the Image of the West
William Gallagher
Freelance Art Historian

17 March
No Lecture

24 March
Art, Mysticism and George Russell ’AE’ (writer and painter)
Pádraic E. Moore,
Writer, art historian, curator

31 March
The Artist Jack B Yeats – an early modernist
Dr. Róisín Kennedy,
Lecturer, University College Dublin

7 April
W.B. Yeats: Tracing History and the Creation of a new Ireland.
Professor Declan Kiberd,
Chair of Anglo Irish Literature and Drama, University College Dublin 


Associated displays:
‘Yeats: The Life and Works of William Butler Yeats’ – National Library
Jack B. Yeats and the Yeats Museum – National Gallery of Ireland


Details: Season Ticket: €88 for 11 lectures. Single Ticket: €8.50 per lecture (Concession 10%: Students/OAP/Unwaged/Registered Disabled/Friends of NGI, proof of status required).  A Certificate of Attendance is provided for those who attend the entire course. ,

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