SWARN Q&A | Charlotte Rostek On ‘Scottish Women Artists’

SWARN Q&A | Charlotte Rostek On ‘Scottish Women Artists’

Released earlier this year, Scottish Women Artists is the latest book by Arts and Heritage Curator Charlotte Rostek published by Fleming Collection. There is an interview with Charlotte published on the on the Scottish Women And The Arts Research Network which you can...
Two Children Plus One

Two Children Plus One

Jo Meacock welcomes Kate Downie and Eardley’s niece Anne Morrison-Husdon to Glasgow Museums Resource Centre in May 2021 to view Two Children This project by Glasgow Museums, brings together two renowned Scottish-based artists, Joan Eardley (1921–63), whose centenary...
Watch | Eardley Talk With Alice Strang, Curator And Art Historian

Watch | Eardley Talk With Alice Strang, Curator And Art Historian

Joan Eardley: A talk with Alice Strang, curator and art historian THE Hunterian, GLASGOW Alice Strang, Curator and Art Historian, discusses the life-time and posthumous collecting of work by Joan Eardley for public collections, including by the Hunterian Art Gallery....
Watch | Eardley Exhibition Opening Conversation

Watch | Eardley Exhibition Opening Conversation

Joan Eardley: a Centenary Conversation Dunoon BUrgh HALLThe exhibition ran from 29th April to 12th June 2022.  Recording of the opening of the exhibition “Joan Eardley 1921 – 1963” – a unique exhibition of works on loan from Argyll and Bute Council, West...
Read | Who Is The Boy With The Red Hair?

Read | Who Is The Boy With The Red Hair?

Between 1950 – 1957 Joan Eardley worked in Townhead, Glasgow. Her sketches and paintings feature children from the neighbourhood, and have been praised for their honest portrayal of working-class life in the city. Marking what would be Joan Eardley’s 101st...