Shadows and Lights ~ Aspects of Irish Art
A symposium in honour of Camille Souter
The symposium in honour of Camille Souter was held on Saturday, 7th March 2015, in Trinity College Dublin. Hosted by TRIARC, Department of History of Art and Architecture in association with the Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies and the TCD Equality Office, to coincide with International Women’s Week. Camille Souter’s forthcoming award of an honorary degree was also announced at that event.
The five works by Camille Souter in the College Art Collection will be on view from Tuesday 23rd to Friday 26th June, in the main concourse of the Arts Building, courtesy of Catherine Giltrap, Curator of the TCD Art Collections.
The symposium papers are available to hear again in the video presented above. You can jump to a specific point using the times listed below.
Dr Yvonne Scott, Director, TRIARC, TCD
2:55 Opening Remarks
Catherine Marshall, Chair.
16:08 Intuition and Substance:
Camille Souter in the '50s and ‘60s through the IMMA Collection and other works
Christina Kennedy, Senior Curator, IMMA.
44:55 Camilla Earhart
Patrick T. Murphy, Director, Royal Hibernian Academy.
Cecily Brennan, artist
1:39:28 Flesh and Blood
Garrett Cormican, Camille Souter biographer, art historian and artist.
2:06:50 Making Space, Finding Place
2:33:00 Concluding Comments
Catherine Marshall, Chair