Monday 8th September 12noon – 1pm. Come along to our first free lunchtime talk of the month! We’ll be looking at the history of the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts – with colourful figures as diverse as Rossetti and Joan Eardley, to lesser known artists. Come and find out about this crucial part of Glasgow’s story!
The first talk in the series takes place in the RGI Kelly Gallery on Monday 8 September between 12 noon – 1pm.
It’s free, informal and you can arrive anytime.
Feel free to bring your packed lunch.
These lunchtime lectures will be taking place each Monday throughout September:
A short history of the RGI: Monday 8th of September
This talk looks at the founders, the big names and the lesser known artists of the RGI.
The Glasgow Girls: Monday 15th of September
This talk celebrates the female artists of late nineteenth century Glasgow who embodied the spirit of the New Woman.
The Glasgow Boys and Photography: Monday 22nd of September
This talk considers the impact of photography in the paintings of the Glasgow Boys.
Gavin Hamilton and the Foulis Academy: Monday 29th of September
This talk brings to light a highly undervalued pioneer of visual culture for Scotland, from the time of Allan Ramsay and William Hogarth.
For more information please contact the RGI Kelly Gallery on 0141 248 6386 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org