14 August, 1pm to 2pm
The Hunt Museum presents a Highlight Lecture with Sarah McCutcheon entitled Artists and Archaeology: John Mulvany’s a View of Kilmallock. This lecture will explore the artist John Mulvany, including the painting A View of Kilmallock, which reveals the archaeological, architectural and historical importance of Kilmallock.
The Hunt Museum, The Custom House, Rutland Street, Limerick
T:+353 (0)61 312 833
Winter Lecture 2015 | Antony Gormley
Tuesday 8 Dec, 7 – 8pm, the Chapel
To mark and celebrate Antony Gormleys major contribution to the practice and discourse of contemporary sculpture since the 1970s, the artist will present a lecture that considers his current practice in the light of his seminal work at IMMA shown shortly after the museum opened in 1991.
This talk will be followed by a drinks reception and is in association with AICA Ireland.
AICA Ireland members have 20 seats reserved for paid up members. Please contact Sophie in IMMA to reserve your seat. It would be good to let them know as soon as possible as this event is over subscribed.