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Study Morning: Eva Gonzalès is what Dublin needs
Friday 16 September, 10.00am-12.30pm
Join us for lively presentations by Hannah Baker, Amanda Coogan and Logan Sisley exploring themes arising from our exhibition Eva Gonzalès is What Dublin Needs. The morning will be chaired by Logan Sisley, co-curator of Eva Gonzalès is what Dublin needs.
Free, and to book a place please see here.
For the morning's schedule please see here
About our guest lecturers:
Amanda Coogan is an internationally recognised and critically acclaimed artist working across the medias of live art, performance, photography and video. She is one of the most dynamic and exciting contemporary visual artist’s practicing in the arena of performance. Her 2015 exhibition in the Dublin's Royal Hibernian Academy, I’ll sing you a song from around the Town, was described by Artforum as 'performance art at its best'. Coogan holds a degree in Sculpture fom Dublin’s National College of Art and Design. She was a Masters student of Marina Abramovic at the Hochschule fur Bildende Kunst in Braunschweig, Germany and was awarded her PhD "Deconstructing and Reconstructing live Durational Performance in the Gallery" from the University of Ulster in 2013. She is an occasional lecturer at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin; Limerick School of Art and Design; The Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dublin; Dublin Institute of Technology and Crawford College of Art, Cork.
Hannah Baker is an Irish Research Council Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholar in her final year at Trinity College Dublin. Her PhD examines the life and work of Sarah Cecilia Harrison. In 2017 she completed an MPhil in The History of Art and Architecture (Art + Ireland) at Trinity and won the Crookshank Glin prize for the best dissertation submitted that year. Hannah’s publications include; ‘Sarah Cecilia Harrison and the Slade School of Fine Art,’ in Sarah Cecilia Harrison (1863-1941): Artist, Social Campaigner and City Councillor, ed. Margarita Cappock. Dublin: Dublin City Council Libraries and Archives, 2022; and ‘The Irish Afterlife of Eva Gonzales,’ in Discover Manet / Eva Gonzales is what Dublin Needs exhibition catalogue. Hugh Lane Gallery and National Gallery London, 2022.