Perspectives: How Art becomes Architecture
Perspectives is a series of free lunchtime talks exploring one question or idea from the point of view of different artists, critics and curators. This series accompanies the exhibitions Folly: Art after Architecture and Searching for the New Jerusalem: The Art of William Burges.
Artists regularly create artworks that respond to the architecture and history of the built environment. In this series of , which takes place January - March 2014, we consider the creative relationship between art and architecture.
Dates will be announced in early January. Confirmed speakers:
: How Art becomes Architecture
Lewis Glucksman Gallery
Dates to be announced. January - March 2014.
Admission Free. Booking suggested.
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The image above is of artist Hughie O'Donoghue speaking in front of his painting Knocknalower which is part of the UCC Art Collection.