SPECIAL INTEREST MORNINGS Tuesday, 16th March (Via Zoom) The Grit and the Glamour: Art in the Jazz Age Marie-Anne Mancio Celebrate the centenary of the Roaring Twenties with an interdisciplinary exploration of the art, design, music, literature, fashion, and lives of the era's protagonists. From Harlem's renaissance of black culture, to the French Riviera - playground of wealthy socialites and inspiration for artists like Matisse and Cocteau, writers Hemingway and the Fitzgeralds - to the 'new woman' embodied by Tamara de Lempicka and Coco Chanel. IronCurtaiNYC Tuesday, 19th October (Venue: The Arts Centre Stamford) A Crisis of Brilliance: The Slade School and the revolution in British Art, 1910-1919 Dr David Boyd Haycock In the years leading up to the First World War, the Slade School of Art in London was the leading establishment in England for teaching of drawing and painting. Its students included some of the most important British artists of the first half of the twentieth century, including David Bomberg, Dora Carrington, Mark Gertler, Paul Nash, C.R.W. Nevinson, William Roberts, Stanley Spencer and Edward Wadsworth. Based on his book, A Crisis of Brilliance: Five Young British Artists and the Great War (2009), this lecture explores the fascinating story of these artists’ interlocking lives, and their artistic education and development. Slade School of Fine Art (Blythwood) .
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SPECIAL INTEREST MORNINGS Tuesday, 16th March (Via Zoom) The Grit and the Glamour: Art in the Jazz Age Marie-Anne Mancio Celebrate the centenary of the Roaring Twenties with an interdisciplinary exploration of the art, design, music, literature, fashion, and lives of the era's protagonists. From Harlem's renaissance of black culture, to the French Riviera - playground of wealthy socialites and inspiration for artists like Matisse and Cocteau, writers Hemingway and the Fitzgeralds - to the 'new woman' embodied by Tamara de Lempicka and Coco Chanel. IronCurtaiNYC Tuesday, 19th October (Venue: The Arts Centre Stamford) A Crisis of Brilliance: The Slade School and the revolution in British Art, 1910-1919 Dr David Boyd Haycock In the years leading up to the First World War, the Slade School of Art in London was the leading establishment in England for teaching of drawing and painting. Its students included some of the most important British artists of the first half of the twentieth century, including David Bomberg, Dora Carrington, Mark Gertler, Paul Nash, C.R.W. Nevinson, William Roberts, Stanley Spencer and Edward Wadsworth. Based on his book, A Crisis of Brilliance: Five Young British Artists and the Great War (2009), this lecture explores the fascinating story of these artists’ interlocking lives, and their artistic education and development. Slade School of Fine Art (Blythwood)
Web site and mobile phone pages designed, created and maintained by Janet Groome Handshake Computer Training