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UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy Alumni Research Support Award

Launched in 2018, the School of Art History and Cultural Policy Alumni Research Support Award was established to support up to three annual Research Support Awards to the sum of €500 each. These grants are open to postgraduate students who are currently registered for the taught MA, MLitt or PhD programmes in the School. The Alumni Research Support Award is made possible by the alumni of the School of Art History and Cultural Policy and is intended to flexibly support and/or enhance programme study and research expenses.  >>>Donate


UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy Alumni Newsletter 

Annual Alumni Lecture 2022

 

James Hanley, RHA

Art and Life and everything in between

Thursday, 8 December 2022 at 6:30pm, Th.N, Newman Building, Belfield

Registration (in-person) | https://tinyurl.com/fns4mxzz

Registration (online) | https://tinyurl.com/3nayfcms

James Hanley studied History of Art & English at UCD (graduating in 1987) before going on to study Fine Art Painting at the National College of Art and Design. James is a successful figurative artist as well as one of Ireland’s foremost portraitists, painting many official and state portraits and is represented in significant public, corporate and private collections in Ireland and abroad. He was elected a member of the Royal Hibernian Academy in 2000 and to Aosdána in 2008.

Image: detail of Annual Alumni Lecture 2022 poster

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UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy

Newman Building, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.
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