The German Revolution: Expressionist Prints Lunchtime Talks Programme

hunterian german prints

6 March – 29 May 2019 ≠ 1.00pm

Hunterian Art Gallery

Admission free

Wednesdays until 29 May for a special programme of ten minute lunchtime talks inspired by The German Revolution: Expressionist Prints exhibition.

6 March 2019

 

13 March 2019

The German Revolution and Life Reform

Sabine Wieber, History of Art

20 March 2019

Georg Heym’s Die Vorstadt, and the city
Professor Paul Bishop, School of Modern Languages and Cultures

27 March 2019

Max Beckmann
Dr Deborah Lewer, Senior Lecturer History of Art, University of Glasgow

3 April 2019

The German Revolution: Expressionist Prints
Anselm Heinrich, School of Culture and Creative Arts

10 April 2019

The Depiction of War Veterans in Max Beckmann’s The Hell Portfolio      Jana Jankuliaková, PhD student University of Glasgow

17 April 2019

German Expressionist Prints       
Breanna Jeffrey, Final year History of Art student, University of Glasgow

EASTER BREAK

1 May 2019

Käthe Kollwitz   
Dr Ernest Schonfield, School of Modern Languages and Cultures

8 May 2019

Entartete Kunst- Germany’s ‘Degenerate’ Artists during the Second World War     Pippa Stephenson, Curator, Glasgow Life

15 May 2019

The artists’ group Die Brucke     

Dr Ernest Schonfield, School of Modern Languages and Cultures

22 May 2019

The painter Marie-Louise von Motesiczky (1906-1996)   
Dr Peter Black, The Hunterian

29 May 2019

Käthe Kollwitz   
Anselm Heinrich, School of Culture and Creative Arts

Hunterian Art Gallery
82 Hillhead Street
University of Glasgow
Glasgow G12 8QQ

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