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With thanks to our Partners:

Wexford Arts Centre

With thanks to our Partners:

Wexford Arts Centre
Start Date: 14/05/2022
Time of Event: 11am
Ticket Price: Free
Public or Private: Public
Online or In-Person: Online
Organised By: Bealtaine Festival
Contact Phone No: 053 9123764
Start Date: 14/05/2022
Ticket Price: Free
This Event is: Public
Online or In-person? Online
Organised By: Bealtaine Festival
Contact Phone No: 053 9123764

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Event Description

this event has to unfortunately be postponed to after May, we will update you as soon as we have a confirmed date.

Join Curator Anya von Gosseln on Saturday, May 14th at 11am as she leads an online discussion with Dr. Noelle Campbell-Sharp and artist Anne Martin Walsh on what it means to be an older woman in art. Drawing on her own experience of being an older curator, Anya will lead an enlightening discussion with like-minded female creators, who ignore the antiquated concept of retirement and believe their best work is yet to come. The talk will also touch on issues surrounding women’s full and equal participation in all facets of society. While the roles ascribed to women have changed, there is still much more to be discussed in order to fully break with patriarchal norms and traditions.

The talk is presented by Wexford Arts Centre as part of the Roots and Shoots Programme run by the Bealtaine Festival.

Booking: To book your place, please log onto www.wexfordartscentre.ie or contact catherine@wexfordartscentre.ie for further information.

T: 053 9123764 / E: info@wexfordartscentre.ie

Principal Funders:

  • Link to HSE website
  • Link to Arts Council website