IMMA Summer School 2019 / Art and Politics is taking place from 10 – 14 June 2019. As part of this week-long intensive programme IMMA is hosting an all-day public seminar featuring presentations by national and international artists, theorists and critics, focusing on the interface between art and politics.
Seminar speakers include: Annie Fletcher, Director, IMMA; Marina Gržinić, philosopher, theoretician and artist from Slovenia; Richard Noble, Professor and Head of the Art Department, Goldsmiths College, London; Anthony Downey, Professor of Visual Culture in the Middle East and North Africa, Birmingham City University; alongside artists Mairéad McClean and John Gerrard.
The Summer School programme will also feature a lecture by David Crowley, Head of Visual Culture, NCAD, The Second Public Sphere: Art and its Audiences in Eastern Europe under Communist Rule, on 13 June.
To find out more about the Public Seminar and to book tickets: imma.ticketsolve.com/…
Public Seminar on Art and Politics at IMMA