[Msa-discuss] BLAST at 100: Registration and details of Plenary Speeches

Nathan O'Donnell odonnena at tcd.ie
Tue May 13 07:32:43 EDT 2014


Dear all,

We are pleased to be able to announce the titles of the two plenary
speeches for our one-day international symposium to mark the centenary of
the avant-garde magazine, *Blast*, on 2 July 2014 at Trinity College
Dublin.  Our plenary speakers are:


Andrzej Gasiorek (University of Birmingham): ‘“With Expletive of
Whirlwind”: *BLAST *then and now’


Sarah Victoria Turner (Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, Yale
University): ‘The Force of Technique: Vorticism, Violence and Avant-Garde
Sculpture in Britain c. 1914'



The programme has now been prepared and will feature, alongside our
plenaries, a full schedule of panel papers on Vorticism, on individual
contributors to *BLAST*, and on the connections betwen *BLAST *and Ireland;
a panel on ‘*BLAST* in the Classroom,’featuring students of a sophister
module on *BLAST* delivered last year; an exhibition of both issues of
*BLAST*, alongside other examples of artistic and print culture, in
Trinity's Long Room library; and a performance of *Enemy of the Stars*,
directed by Nicholas Johnson.  This interdisciplinary event, which is open
to all, will showcase the continuing influence and relevance of *BLAST*in
the twenty-first century.


Registration for the symposium is now open.  Cost for attedance will be
€10/€5 (students/uinwaged) to be paid on the day, but please do register in
advance.  Further details, including a full list of speakers and a
registration form, are available on the conference blog:
http://blastat100.wordpress.com

Thanks - apologies for any cross-posting - and we look forward to seeing
you there.

Best wishes,

Nathan, Philip and Katy,
*BLAST* at 100: Symposium Committee

w: blastat100.wordpress.com
t:  @Blast100 <http://twitter.com/blast100>
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