To mark the birthday today (6th April) of Lancashire-born artist and writer Leonora Carrington, Edge Hill University academics have been able to pay tribute to her life and work in a new book.
Edge Hill’s Professor Roger Shannon will be chairing a discussion following a special screening of Female Human Animal, a ‘darkly romantic psychothriller’ that pays homage to Lancastrian artist and writer Leonora Carrington, at FACT Liverpool.
Edge Hill University’s Professor Roger Shannon has played a key advisory role in a new film about Lancastrian/Mexican artist Leonora Carrington, to be aired on BBC4 this Sunday, 10 December.
This year marks the centenary of celebrated surrealist artist Leonora Carrington (1917-2011), and Edge Hill University is marking the occasion in several ways.
Edge Hill’s Professor of Film and Television, Roger Shannon, is helping celebrate Spanish and Latin American culture at the ¡Viva! Festival 2016, by introducing a screening of The Mansion of Madness at HOME Manchester.
As part of a series of events connected to Tate Liverpool’s Leonora Carrington exhibition (on show at the gallery until 31 May), Saturday 16 May sees a reading of surrealist and fantastical new writing, inspired by the Lancashire-born artist.
The life and art of Lancashire-born surrealist icon Leonora Carrington, whose work is currently showing at Tate Liverpool, was explored during a public event at Edge Hill University.
The life and art of Lancashire-born surrealist icon Leonora Carrington, whose work is currently showing at Tate Liverpool, will be explored during a public event at Edge Hill University.
An Edge Hill academic with a research interest in the surrealist painter Leonora Carrington (1917-2011) is supporting Tate Liverpool curators on an upcoming exhibition of her work.