This pamphlet features a combination of poetry and prose for the first time.
Writers featured in the pamphlet are: Freya Elliott, Rebecca Emmet-Booth, Viviana Fiorentino, Sam Furlong Tighe, Colette Henry, Emma Kane, Hazel Naughton, Hilary McDaniel, Maeve McKenna, John Moriarty, Matthew Rice, Babita Sharma, Alexandra Ward and Benjamin Webb.
With writing by Morgan Leathem, Matthew McGlinchey, Eoghan Totten, Dara McWade, Eoin Kelly, Joanne McCarthy, Suzi Bloom, Harry Bradley, Alanna Offield, Rose Winter, Emma Gibb, and Charlie McIlwain.
An exhibition of etchings explored entirely virtually by students during lockdown. We were joined by students from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and former Fulbright scholar Professor Jenny Browne.
Featuring poems by Elizabeth McIntosh, Matthew Rice, Leah Taylor, Cait Phenix, Jessie Metcalf, Liam Caldwell, Sorcha Ní Cheallaigh, and Jamie Field, and from Texas, Ciara Keogh, Emily Youngerman, Logan Muzyka, Shelby Sperling, Maddie West, Mackenzie Cook, Ruby Walker, and Hannah Hsu.
Focusing on a single exhibition, the pamphlet features poems by Bebe Ashley, Jess McKinney, Caitlin Phenix, John Reid, Noah Swinney, Grace Tower, and Milena Williamson. Discussion was led by Padraig Regan, and curator of art Anna Liesching, with special contribiutions by visiting Fulbright scholar Jenny Browne and SHC Fellow Vahni Capildeo.
With poems in response to a range of works from across the collection, the pamphlet features poems by Bebe Ashley, J. Taylor Bell, Bart Breathnach, Supriya Dhaliwal, Erin Gannon, Aine McAllister, Mícheál McCann, Marcella Prince, Andrew Rahal, and Milena Williamson.
Featuring poems by Padraig Regan, Emma Must, Stephen Sexton, and Caitlin Newby.
The first Ekphrasis Pamphlet published in collaboration with the Ulster Museum, was produced with the support of the Courtauld Institute of Art as part of their RES/Fest Belfast programme. RES/Fest Belfast coincided with the loan of the Courtauld's Female Nude, by Amedeo Modigliani to the Ulster Museum in October 2018.