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Themes in Irish Art 1

Themes in Irish Art 1 is a course run by Trinity College Dublin, Dublin. For more information about Themes in Irish Art 1 at Trinity College Dublin, please review the details below.

This course presents a thematic introduction to Irish art, architecture and design in its broader international context. Subjects will be connected across periods and styles – the focus not on presenting individualised summarised histories but rather considering how aspects of Irish
visual history are connected and have evolved over time. Lectures will include the identification of key works from Irish art and architecture, addressing fine, applied and popular artforms. Throughout the course, Irish visual history will be discussed within its artistic, social and cultural contexts and will be cognisant of its place within a broader European perspective.

Lecturer: Dr Angela Griffith and academic staff from the department of History of Art
and Architecture.

You may apply online or by phone* as follows:

ONLINE: You may register and pay by credit/debit card online at AFTER enrolments open for each term.

By telephone: Please text ‘APPLY FOR COURSE’ TO 087 257 2015* and you will receive a call back

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Training ProviderTrinity College Dublin
Course LocationDublin
Location PostcodeDublin 2
Awarding BodyTrinity College Dublin
Course DurationThis lecture-only module comprises of one lecture per week over one term.
Course Fee75
Phone087 257 2015
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