The Sculptors – Sculpture Dublin Lecture Series with Paula Murphy

Online, Friday 30th April

This lecture introduces some of the major sculptors who worked in Dublin in the nineteenth century and their practice.

About this Event
Sculpture Dublin Lecture Series with Paula Murphy
Sculpture Dublin is presenting a series of six lectures on public sculpture in Dublin delivered by lecturer Paula Murphy. The lectures, which are being filmed in the City Hall, explore public sculpture in Dublin from different viewpoints.

This series of lectures focuses on the historic work in the city. Contemporary sculptural practice in Dublin will be explored with The Hugh Lane and The LAB Gallery.

Lecture 4 – The Sculptors

This lecture introduces some of the major sculptors who worked in Dublin in the nineteenth century and their practice. The contrast between the career of a local sculptor (Thomas Farrell) and an absentee (John Henry Foley) will be explored.

The lecture will be streamed online and followed by a Q/A with Professor Murphy.

Book in and join us for the screening of the lecture where you can ask your questions live to acclaimed sculpture specialist Paula Murphy !


Date:
Friday 30th April
Time:
1.00pm
Price:
Free

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