Saturday, 11th December 2021

Fiona Kearney *

WITH a live audience

Covid Certificates to be shown as a precondition of entry to the Conference Hall

“From Brexit to Covid: Art as a space of making and sharing knowledge at the Glucksman”

Joy Gerrard, Cross (Protest against Brexit, London, June 2018 ) 2019. Japanese ink on linen


  This Talk will consider how Irish artists have responded creatively to recent world events, and how these artworks can become important spaces of learning in a university museum context, as well as a way to share, explore and enjoy contemporary art practice and knowledge generation in community settings through our new Art Library initiative.


* For the speaker’s credentials see, Menu: SPEAKERS



With the exception of the Public (and any Commemorative) Talks all  talks are given on the second Saturday of the relevant month at Nano Nagle Place, Douglas Street, T12 X70A, Cork: see, About Us.

Each Talk at Nano Nagle Place begins at 11:30 a.m. Registration begins at 11:00 a.m. outside the Conference Hall.