Tired of feminist voices being left out of art history? Mad about the male gaze in the Impressionist era? Ready to celebrate feminist artists? So are we – let’s talk about it!
A special new online event to coincide with International Women’s Day – this reading and discussion group will be run by Emma Campbell (Facilitator, Artist, and Activist, Array Studios), Anna Liesching (Ulster Museum, Curator of Art), and RRR.
You’ll hear more about Ulster Museum’s latest exhibition, Renoir & the New Era, as we respond to one of its major themes – the portrayal of women in art.
Participants will be supplied with readings, participate in discussions and create a response to these in a medium of their choice, which will then be showcased on Reimagine, Remake, Replay’s website.
There will be 2 workshops on Thursday 4th & 11th of March (7-8.30pm), followed by a deadline for creative responses.
Sign up before 1st March to access the readings in advance of our first session.
‘Renoir and the New Era: Impressionist works from the Courtauld Collection, Ulster Museum 2020-21’
The Courtauld, London (Samuel Courtauld Trust) © The Courtauld
*No experience required
*16-25 year olds from Northern Ireland
*Using free apps Zoom and Slack