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Dublin - Event Notice
Wednesday March 04 2009
06:30 PM

Women Artists and Modern Painting in Ireland

category dublin | arts and media | event notice author Tuesday February 24, 2009 11:35author by Dublin City Public Libraries - Dublin City Public Librariesauthor email library.development at dublincity dot ieauthor phone 01 6744842/3 Report this post to the editors

An illustrated talk by Fiona Loughnane.

This lecture explores the contribution of women to modern art in Ireland

Women have enjoyed a strong presence in the visual arts in Ireland throughout the twentieth century. This lecture explores the contribution of women to modern art in Ireland with reference to the work of artists like Mainie Jellett, Mary Swanzy, Nano Reid and Norah McGuinness. The lecture will explore whether these women’s artistic careers were confined or limited because of their gender.

Fiona Loughnane lectures in Visual Culture at the National College of Art & Design.

Ballymun Library: Wednesday 4th March at 6.30pm
Admission Free. Booking essential at 01 8421890

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