The 57th Yeats International Summer School’s programme will include lectures, seminars and performances, covering different aspects of W B Yeats’ life and work, with many speakers considering his relationship to nationalism, the 1916 Rising and commemoration. On Tuesday 26 July, Roy Foster will consider the work of Jack B Yeats, in a lecture titled ‘Jack Yeats: Painting the Irish Revolution’, while an exhibition titled ‘A Terrible Beauty is Born’, organized by the Hamilton Gallery, will take place in the Hyde Bridge Gallery.
Summer School: 24 July – 5 August
A Terrible Beauty: 2 June – 27 August
Image: Martin Gale

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