A three-part podcast series hosted by Dr. Kate Cowcher featuring writers, historians and museum professionals. The series accompanies the exhibition, Dar to Dunnon: Modern African Art from the Argyll Collection.
Dar to Dunoon: Modern African Art from the Argyll Collection will showcase twelve works of modern art from East and South Africa, made in the 1960s and 70s.
Art and Culture in East Africa in the 1960s
A conversation about the creative world of Kampala, Nairobi and Dar es Salaam in the era of independence Angelo Kakande, Artist and Lecturer, Makerere University, Uganda Anna Adima, Leverhulme Doctoral Scholar, University of York, UK Elsbeth Court, Centre of African Studies and former Lecturer in World Art, SOAS, University of London, UK
Modern African Art for Schools
Modern African Art for Schools A conversation about making the exhibition and the future potential for African modern art as educational resources Tawona Sitholé, UNESCO Artist in Residence, University of Glasgow, UK Madeleine Conn, Cultural Coordinator, Argyll and Bute Council Meredith Loper and Elikem Logan, Dar to Dunoon research assistants
Remembering Naomi Mitchison
A conversation about the legendary author, her life, times and new research about her work Jenni Calder, Author of The Burning Glass: The Life of Naomi Mitchison James Purdon, Lecturer, School of English at University of St Andrews, UK Gillian Brown, Daughter of Jim Tyre, co-founder of The Argyll Collection