Perpetua
Perpetua, a 3D animated mural to be unveiled at Smithfield’s Haymarket Square March 6, 2019 The National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL) at the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) in partnership with artist James Earley and the creative arts studio Algorithm, will today (06.03.19) launch ‘Perpetua’, a new 3D animated mural installation. This …
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Village Counselling Service
Village Counselling Service calls for greater resources to support work of community-based mental health organisations February 26, 2019 A properly resourced community-based counselling service is key to addressing the growing waiting lists for mental health services. That’s according to chief executive of the Village Counselling Service (VCS), Dr Marcella Finnerty. She was speaking as Minister of State with …
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New FLAC Head Office
President Michael D Higgins opens new FLAC head office in Dublin February 25, 2019 A better and more comprehensive system of legal aid, as well as securing the availability of legal aid for cases where none is available, is required to begin to meet the scale of unmet legal need in Ireland. That’s according …
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Heritage Ireland 2030
Heritage Ireland 2030 – Heritage Council invites the public to share views on Ireland’s heritage February 8, 2019 The Heritage Council has announced details of a public meeting to support the Government’s public consultation on the future of Ireland’s heritage. The meeting will take place on Tuesday, 19th February at 6.30pm in the Claregalway Hotel, Claregalway, and will …
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Bauhaus Effects Conference 2019
Bauhaus Effects brings experts together to celebrate centenary of influential arts and design school February 7, 2019 A major conference to mark the 100-year anniversary of the influential Bauhaus school gets underway in Dublin. ‘Bauhaus Effects’ leads the Irish strand of the world-wide celebrations to mark the Bauhaus centenary, and reflects on the legacy of the innovative …
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Alcohol Action Ireland Silent Voices
Alcohol Action Ireland launches Silent Voices initiative on impacts of parental alcohol misuse on children January 17, 2019 Alcohol Action Ireland has launched a new initiative to raise awareness of the experience of growing up in Ireland with parental alcohol misuse.  Called Silent Voices, it aims to end the silence of this experience, by promoting an understanding of …
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Bauhaus Effects Announcement
Bauhaus Effects art and design conference announced for February 2019 January 9, 2019 Details of ‘Bauhaus Effects’, a major conference in Dublin marking the 100-year anniversary of the founding of the influential Bauhaus school, were announced by its organisers. The Bauhaus is recognised as the twentieth-century’s most influential school of art and design. …
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Threshold Annual Report 2018
One-third of calls to Threshold in 2017 related to tenancy termination December 5, 2018 Threshold’s front line services protected more than 4,000 tenancies last year nationwide – Threshold 2017 Annual Report. Some 32 per cent of calls to Threshold last year were from tenants faced with losing their homes. That is according to figures …
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Explore Your Archive 2018
Explore Your Archive 2018: Public invited to discover Ireland’s past through national and local archives November 15, 2018 The Archives and Records Association, Ireland (ARAI) has launched Explore Your Archive 2018. The launch programme, which runs from Saturday, 17th November to Sunday, 25th November 2018, aims to highlight the richness and diversity of archives throughout Ireland, and to …
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Brexit Do Borders Matter
Heritage conference explores impact of Brexit on Irish museum sector October 25, 2018 What impact will the UK’s decision to leave the EU have on museums on the Irish border? That’s one of the key questions to be explored as part of ‘Do Borders Matter? The Role of Museums and Heritage in Crossing …
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