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MAUREEN L. ILLE  PhD
Tutor / Lecturer / Speaker:
Art History, Painting, Drawing
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Contact:
DrMo@ille.co.uk
01724-733067 

My aim is no longer to create future art historians, but to nurture an enthusiam in we 'lifelong learners' for the art we look at in art galleries.

I hope to help train the eye and the mind to explore the art we see, 
and at which we often only glance as we pass.

I hope that this will make holiday visits to galleries and stately homes a little more meaningful, and awaken a further understanding of the people and places of the past.

TALKS 
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  • As a guest speaker I give individual talks to a variety of groups.
  • During the summer months I am available to give talks on tours and cruises
COURSES:
I travel to many different places in the Lincolnshire area to give 7-10 week courses to adults.
* Art History
* Painting
* Drawing
* Current Courses.
 
CV: -
Dr Ille has lived, studied and worked in several places: 
  • London, England
  • Calgary [Alberta, Canada]
  • Olean [New York, USA]
  • Lexington [Kentucky, USA]
  • Bury, Manchester 
  • Currently in northern Lincolnshire.
Academic background:.
  • PhD (History of Art: Iconography) The Open University, 1995
  • MA (History of Art) University of Kentucky, USA 1984
  • BEd (Art Studio, Art History) University of Calgary, Canada 1977
  • Teachers' Certificate (Mathematics and Art; Secondary level) Avery Hill College, London,1964
  • A-levels (Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics) Scarborough Girls' High School, 1961 
For many years she has been a lecturer in aspects of the History of Art to a variety of audiences.
  • For undergraduates at the University of Kentucky Faculty of Arts
  • For the University of Hull's Centre for Lifelong Learning degree and foundation courses
  • For further education students at North Lindsey College's Department of Art & Design
  • For the Workers' Educational Association [W.E.A.]
  • For the U3A [University of the 3rd Age]
  • For the Women's Institute and Mothers' Union
  • For  the men of the Probus Clubs