The 2015 IAAH/Artefact Study Day was held on Saturday, 21 March at the National Gallery of Ireland.
Study Day Participants:
- Rachel Healy – A Venetian Double Portrait in the National Gallery of Ireland: A Question of Identity
- Elaine Hoysted – Art in the Service of the Ideal – Depicting the Maternal Bond in Ghirlandaio’s Birth of the Virgin, Tornabuoni Chapel, Santa Maria Novella
- Laura Fitzachary – Reviewing the Reliquary Shrine: The Effects of Pilgrimage Culture and Growing Papal Authority on Administering Relic and Saint Cults in Ireland
- Paul Donnelly – The Rise and Fall of Harry Clarke Stained Glass Limited
- Kerstina Mortensen – Photo/Memory: Recovering Memory and Identity through Photographs in Post-1945 Art and Literature
- Julie Daunt – Breaking Down the Walls: A Reassessment of the Belfast Murals
- Jacqueline Wylie – A New Canvas? How are Visual Artists Exploiting the Emergent Potential of Social Media and the Internet; and How do the Hybrid Methodologies Required to Work in this Medium Impact on Material (Post-Digital) Practice?