Scholars of all aspects of art history and cultural studies will present their research in short papers at the National Gallery of Ireland on Wednesday 6 March 2013 in the Gallery Lecture Theatre.
A great opportunity for fellow students, academics and members of the public to hear about the latest exciting developments in a wide range of fields.
Presenters come from Trinity College Dublin; St. Patrick’s College/Dublin City University; University College Dublin; University of Ulster, Belfast; University of Northumbria,
Newcastle; and the National College of Art and Design.
Refreshments will be provided, as well as a wine reception at the end of the day.
This event is free of charge, and open to the public. No booking necessary.
09.30 Refreshments outside the Lecture Theatre
Sean Rainbird, Director, National Gallery of Ireland.
10.10 Opening Address: ‘The Potential of Digital Humanities’.
Dr Susan Schreibman, Trinity College Dublin.
10.30 Material World: Reconsidering Charles Russell’s ‘The O’Connell Centenary Celebrations, 1875’.
Katy Milligan, Trinity College Dublin
10.50 Identity Formation and the Art Teacher
Dervil Jordan, St. Patrick’s College/Dublin City University
11.10 Coffee Break
11.30 Provenance Studies of Sculptural and Architectural Stone in Early Medieval and Romanesque Ireland
Dr Jason Bolton, University College Dublin
11.50 The Uses of Gothic in Irish Domestic and Ecclesiastical Architecture, 1785-1829
Judith Hill, Trinity College Dublin.
12.10 A Record of Respect and Esteem: The Presentation of Illuminated Addresses in Ireland, 1865-1921
Kayla Rose, University of Ulster, Belfast.
12.30 Discussion. Chaired by Professor Dr Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes
2.20 When is a Painting? Temporalities and the drawn response to the conservation and restoration of paintings by Johannes Vermeer
Brian Fay, University of Northumbria, Newcastle
2.40 Where do they stand? Deviant art institutions and the liberal democratic state
Emma Mahony, National College of Art and Design
3.00 Who will curate the curators? Vandalism and the politics of public art
Dr Connell Vaughan, National College of Art & Design
3.20 Museums as sites of cultural cosmopolitanism: China’s key provincial and city museums
Ashlee Feng, Trinity College Dublin
3.40 Discussion: Chair & Summary Remarks, with Professor Dr Lerm-Hayes
4.20 Conclusion, with Sean Rainbird
The Research Day is free and open to the public