11:00 - 12:00, Tue 2 May 2017 - Tue 6 Jun 2017
From Ashcans to Soup Cans - A six week Lecture Series.
American artists working from the Roaring Twenties to the Swinging Sixties engaged with both the popular culture of the American Scene and the Modernism of the European avant-garde. From Grant Wood to Andy Warhol and Georgia O’Keefe to Jackson Pollock, this short series of talks will examine the development of America art in the early twentieth century.
‘Ashcans to Soup Cans’ links with our exhibition ‘International Ireland’. 20th century American art is also the theme for current exhibitions in the Royal Academy and British Museum.
- This series of six lectures will take place on Tuesdays at 11am from 2nd May 2017 until 6th June 2017.
- Booking is essential, tickets are £30 per adult or £24 concession for the series. Click on the 'Book Now' button above to make a booking.
- This event will be held in the Lecture Theatre on the ground floor of the Ulster Museum.
- For further information please contact Ulster Museum Reception on 028 9044 0000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda Croft, MA, ADE is a specialist in twentieth century and contemporary Irish art. She has worked as an art historian and lecturer for the past twenty five years and is a former Teaching Fellow and Head of the History of Art department at Queen’s University Belfast.
Amanda also curates exhibitions, conducts gallery tours, writes critical reviews and is the Art Advisor for the UTV Art Collection – one of Ireland’s finest corporate collections of contemporary Northern Irish art.