Four Children 1962-2022 by Kate Downie (after Joan Eardley)Kate Downie in conversation with Jo Meacock Glasgow Museums
BBC Coast - Scottish Artist Joan Eardley
Joan Eardley: A Private View was written by Anna Carlisle for Heroica Theatre Company.
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....
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...
Marking what would be Joan Eardley’s 101st birthday, on 18 May 2022, Patrick Elliott, Chief Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the National Galleries of Scotland, tracked down the subject of her painting Boy’s Head: A Glasgow Boy.
May 18, 2021 was the hundredth anniversary of the artist’s birth. To mark this occasion, the National Galleries of Scotland produced this three-part audio programme in celebration of the artist’s life and work.
Read | Robin H. Rodger considers Eardley’s position with specific regard to the Royal Scottish Academy
Joan Eardley RSA at 100
A new piece of research and writing by Robin Rodger of the RSA collections team reveals Eardley’s history at the RSA and is presented online.
Kelvin Hall, Glasgow
This online event brought together an incredible array of writers, curators and artists to celebrate Eardley’s life and work on what would have been her 100th birthday.
Online talk by Griffin Coe, Art Curator, Aberdeen Archives, Gallery & Museum, to celebrate the life and work of the artist, Joan Eardley, in the centenary year of her birth.
As part of the launch for the Arran Arts Heritage Trail, Kirsty Wark discusses the work & legacy of Joan Eardley with Dr. Jenny Brownrigg, Prof. Susannah Thompson, Anne Morrison, Jan Patience & Anna Carlisle & Alexandra Mathie from Heroica Theatre Company.
A short film on the Tabernacle – Isle of Arran, Scotland, where artists Joan Eardley and Margot Sandeman shared a studio. Voiceover by Scottish broadcaster Kirsty Wark. Film by Simon Sloan for the Arran Arts Heritage Trail.
Joan Eardley | A Sense of Place
National Galleries of Scotland
In this film, local Catterline resident Ron Stephen, and former Curator Fiona Pearson discuss Eardley’s relationship with the village.