Approaches to the work of the artist James Coleman

Event type:
Lectures & Talks
Lecture Theatre
€10 | €7 concession | €70 season ticket (includes wine reception)

James Coleman 

Anniversary Programme: Contemporary Irish Artists 2014

This special Anniversary Series includes a number of leading contemporary Irish artists who will discuss their work with a guest chair. They will explore what it means to be an artist in the twenty-first century. What art influenced them and continues to be a source of inspiration. How they view the role of museums, like the National Gallery of Ireland, and their place in illustrating the history of art.

This lecture series is a reminder of the creative output of artists that forms the basis of our collections. The series takes place in February and March on Thursday evenings at 6.30pm and concludes with a wine reception.


Thursday 6 March, 6.30pm
Approaches to the work of the Artist James Coleman
Chair: Professor Luke Gibbons, Chair of Literary and Cultural Studies, National University of Ireland Maynooth. Panel: Rachael Thomas, Senior Curator: Head of Exhibitions Irish Museum of Modern Art; Dr Caoimhín Mac Giolla Leith, Writer, Critic, Curator, and Senior Lecturer, University College Dublin.

Next week: Thursday 13 March, 6.30pm
The Artist Paul Seawright in Conversation
Chair: Cristín Leach Hughes, Broadcaster and Art Critic, The Sunday Times.


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€10 Single Ticket (includes wine reception)
€7 Student Ticket (proof of student ID required)
€70 Season Ticket for 8 talks (includes wine reception)
Tickets may be purchased in advance from The Gallery Shop: 01 663 3518 (no admission without a ticket). Talks 6.30pm, Gallery Lecture Theatre, basement Beit Wing.

Enquiries: NGI Education Department. E: T: 01 663 3504.