IAAH/Artefact Annual Study Day 2013

The 2013 IAAH/Artefact Study Day was held on Saturday, 20 April at the National Gallery of Ireland.

Study Day Participants:

  • Emma Mahony – The Deviant Art Institution and the Public Sphere
  • Mark O’Brien – ‘Rock, Paper Scissors: The DIY Punk Zine and its Influence in Contemporary Visual Culture’
  • Martina Hynan – Visions of Reproduction: The Anatomical Venus in Victorian Dublin
  • Nina Holmes – Prescribing Ideologies: Symptoms of Modernism and Modernity in Irish Government Health Campaigns (1950-1964)
  • Jennifer Keane – A Room with a View: The Virgin and Child attributed to Botticelli at the Stibbert Museum, Florence
  • Jessica Fahy-  ‘For Her Eyes Only’: Bronzino’s Chapel of Eleonora di Toledo
  • Deirdre Kelly – The Irish at the Armory 1913
  • Sarah Kelleher – Coming Close to Touch: Trauma, Empathy and Affect in the Site-Specific Installations of Rebecca Horn
  • Donncha MacGabhann – Turning the Tables – an alternative hypothesis for understanding the canon tables in the Book of Kells
  • Leslie O’Connor Turner – Sacred Text, Secular Artist: Mapping the Geographies of Bordone’s illumination of the Evangeliary of Santa Giustina
  • Mary Jane Boland – A moment from a story or the story of a moment? The literary construction of paintings of everyday life from early-nineteenth-century Ireland
  • Sue Rainsford – Inscriptive Thorns: Textuality as Artwork, Writing as Visual Presence
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