This 8-week online course with Art Historian Dr Kathryn Milligan will delve into the history of painters who travelled around the world between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries. Each session will be recorded.
This 8-week online art appreciation course will journey back to nineteenth-century Paris, where Art and Fashion historian, Dr Sinéad Furlong-Clancy, will explore the art of the French Impressionists. Each session will be recorded.
Join art historian Jessica Fahy for this 8-week online art appreciation course, highlighting trailblazing women artists through the ages. Closed captioning is available, and each session is recorded and made available for 2 weeks after each session.
Join Emma Griffin, President of the Royal Historical Society for a talk on Britain in the age of Turner – what was life like for people at that time? How did the industrial revolution change lives?
This talk will explore the artistic innovations that marked the artist JMW Turner out as a rising star. It will be delivered by Dr Amy Concannon, Manton Senior Curator of Historic British Art at Tate in the Gallery’s Lecture Theatre.
In the Picture – Dementia-friendly guided gallery tours exploring the Arts Council Collection 60 Years Exhibition on Friday 18th November & Friday 9th December both 11am.
CREATIVE CARERS at Uillinn is back for a second series. Artist Sarah Ruttle delivers six creative workshops for at-home family carers on Wednesday evenings from 6:00pm to 7.30pm. The new term begins on 9 November and runs to 14 December.