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Joan Eardley

Online talk Joining details available via the Friends newsletter
  • Thursday 20 May 2021


Chief Curator Patrick Elliott, who organised the exhibition Joan Eardley: a Sense of Place in 2016, discusses Eardley’s time in Catterline, the fishing village on the north-west coast, where she lived from the mid-1950s. Patrick has written a new book on Eardley and Catterline, which will be published this summer. His talk is partly about Eardley, partly about the village, and partly about the process of gathering research for the new book. It coincides with the centenary of Joan Eardley’s birth on 18 May 2021.

This talk will be available from Thursday 20 May via our Friends email newsletter. It is part of a new series of exclusive online talks providing our Friends events programme in a different format. There will be two per month, with each remaining available for two weeks so you can choose when you would like to watch them.

No booking or advance registration is required in order to view these free Friends-only talks. The links to view them will be sent out each fortnight as part of our email newsletter. If you have a Friends membership but do not currently receive our Friends email newsletter, please contact [email protected] to sign up.

Joan Eardley Summer Fields About 1961 © Estate of Joan Eardley. All Rights Reserved. DACS, London 2019
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