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Painting the Borderlands: A Short History of Ukrainian Art – GI 22 006 (Face to Face)

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12 September 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm BST

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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Monday, repeating until 3 October 2022

Tutor: Dr Louise Hardiman MA, PhD

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Details

Date: 12 September 2022
Time:
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Length of Course:
4 Mondays
Cost:
£58.00 – £70.00
Reference Code:
GI 22 006
Location:
Ward Street
Guildford, Surrey GU1 4LH

Overview

An introduction to Ukrainian art, this course will explore artists and artworks, and consider the specific historical and geographical contexts of art in Ukraine. The course will cover a wide variety of work from Byzantine icons to Ukrainian art under imperial rule, 19th century portraits and landscapes, to 20th century modernism and the Soviet period.

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Viktor Zarubin, Cloud Shadows, c.1907, oil on canvas, Belvedere collection, Vienna. Image: Wikimedia Commons.

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Painting the Borderlands: A Short History of Ukrainian Art - GI 22 006 - Full Price
Face to Face
£ 70.00
16 available
Painting the Borderlands: A Short History of Ukrainian Art - GI 22 006 - Concession (30yrs & under, 65yrs+ & jobseekers)
Face to Face
£ 64.00
16 available
Painting the Borderlands: A Short History of Ukrainian Art - GI 22 006 - Member
Face to Face
£ 58.00
16 available
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About the Speaker

Dr Louise Hardiman

Dr Louise Hardiman specialises in nineteenth and twentieth century Russian and British art, the international Arts and Crafts movement, and the history of British-Russian cultural exchange. She is an independent consultant, writer, and lecturer who has taught undergraduate students and adult learners in various educational settings. A former commercial lawyer before embarking upon her second career in 2003, Dr Hardiman is a firm believer in the benefits of lifelong learning. She knows well its opportunities and challenges, including the practicalities of how to fit study in alongside the multitude of other daily tasks.

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