Friday talks at the Hannah Frank 110th birthday exhibition

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Free talks on Friday afternoons 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. in January to coincide with the Hannah Frank art exhibition and to bring it to life. Jewish immigration and the Frank family; the Lost Wax process of bronze casting: "Hannah Frank, the Spark Divine" film & director talk; and Career Opportunities in the Arts
11th Jan - The Frank Family & Jewish Immigration to Glasgow; with Harvey Kaplan from the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre
18th Jan - The Lost Wax Process of Bronze Casting; with
Iomhar and Ruaraig MacIver from Beltane Studios, Peebles
25th Jan - 'Hannah Frank, The Spark Divine' - film and director talk with award winning director Sarah Thomas
1 Feb - Career opportunities in the arts - with Josie Dobrin from Creative Access and Fiona Frank (Hannah Frank’s niece)
Friday lunchtimes 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. 11th, 18th and 25th January, 1 February. 

Location

Glasgow University Memorial Chapel
Chapel Corridor South, West Quadrangle, Glasgow, G12 8QQ

Contact Details

Sessions

Sessions Description Status
Friday 11 January 2019 1:00 PM A talk on the Frank family and Jewish immigration to Glasgow, by Harvey Kaplan from the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre Closed
Friday 18 January 2019 1:00 PM A talk about the Lost Wax process of bronze casting by Powderhall Bronze, Edinburgh Open
Friday 25 January 2019 1:00 PM "Hannah Frank, The Spark Divine". Film showing and director talk with award winning film director and writer Sarah Thomas Open

Career opportunities in the arts - with Josie Dobrin from Creative Access and Fiona Frank (Hannah Frank’s niece) 

Creative Access helps young people from black, Asian and other non-white minority ethnic backgrounds to secure paid training opportunities in creative companies.  

Fiona Frank has been working with five History of Art students recruited through Glasgow University Internship Hub who have taken on key roles in curating and marketing the Hannah Frank exhibition and in increasing visitor engagement by putting on tailored workshops for schools, disabled groups, youth groups, refugee groups and others. 

Meet some of the arts undergrads and graduates whose careers have developed after undertaking  internships with Creative Access or who have been working with Fiona on this exhibition and who hope to move on to careers in the arts and creative industries. 

All welcome - of particular interest to arts organisations looking to find out more about internships - and students and graduates looking for careers in the arts world.

Friday 1 February 2019 1:00 PM Career opportunities in the arts - with Josie Dobrin from Creative Access and Fiona Frank (Hannah Frank’s niece) Open
Friday 11 January 2019 1:00 PM
A talk on the Frank family and Jewish immigration to Glasgow, by Harvey Kaplan from the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre
Closed
Friday 18 January 2019 1:00 PM
A talk about the Lost Wax process of bronze casting by Powderhall Bronze, Edinburgh
Open
Friday 25 January 2019 1:00 PM
"Hannah Frank, The Spark Divine". Film showing and director talk with award winning film director and writer Sarah Thomas
Open

Career opportunities in the arts - with Josie Dobrin from Creative Access and Fiona Frank (Hannah Frank’s niece) 

Creative Access helps young people from black, Asian and other non-white minority ethnic backgrounds to secure paid training opportunities in creative companies.  

Fiona Frank has been working with five History of Art students recruited through Glasgow University Internship Hub who have taken on key roles in curating and marketing the Hannah Frank exhibition and in increasing visitor engagement by putting on tailored workshops for schools, disabled groups, youth groups, refugee groups and others. 

Meet some of the arts undergrads and graduates whose careers have developed after undertaking  internships with Creative Access or who have been working with Fiona on this exhibition and who hope to move on to careers in the arts and creative industries. 

All welcome - of particular interest to arts organisations looking to find out more about internships - and students and graduates looking for careers in the arts world.

Friday 1 February 2019 1:00 PM
Career opportunities in the arts - with Josie Dobrin from Creative Access and Fiona Frank (Hannah Frank’s niece)
Open
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