NCAD showcases work of graduating students through online catalogue and open studios September 22, 2020 The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) published its digital catalogue documenting the work of its graduating students across all of its departments, including fine art and design. The catalogue was officially launched – via an online call with …
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Heritage enthusiasts and experts encouraged to explore digital heritage week projects for National Heritage Week 2020 August 13, 2020 Heritage enthusiasts will be able to browse online projects created for this year’s National Heritage Week from Saturday, 15th August, which marks the start of Heritage Week 2020. Responding to this year’s theme of ‘Heritage and Education: Learning from our …
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Community cultural initiative worked with more than 6,500 Dubliners to create more than 150 cultural projects in 2019 August 11, 2020 Dublin City Council Culture Company worked with 6,523 people of all ages and backgrounds from 30 neighbourhoods across the city in 2019 to create 156 cultural projects. The year also saw 14 Henrietta Street, the museum operated by the organisation, …
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Communities, families and local groups across Ireland invited to explore heritage for National Heritage Week June 16, 2020 The Heritage Council has announced plans for a modified National Heritage Week, taking into account ongoing restrictions on events and gatherings due to COVID-19. Rather than focusing on the organisation of in-person public events, local heritage groups and organisers, families …
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NCAD NMI
NCAD and National Museum of Ireland announce partnership February 18, 2020 The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) and the National Museum of Ireland (NMI) have announced details of a new partnership, which will see the two institutions collaborate on a series of projects over the next three years. Under …
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Schools time capsule project reveals students’ ‘20-20 Vision’
Schools time capsule project reveals students’ ‘20-20 Vision’ January 31, 2020 Time capsules buried in 1996 show students’ views on the environment and the future  Loreto Primary School in Rathfarnham first to open time capsule today Students in schools across the country will be engaging in a treasure hunt over the …
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Moment in Time
National Gallery of Ireland presents 180 years of iconic international photography in latest exhibition December 2, 2019 Iconic American landscapes, scenes of daily life from interwar Europe, and abstract impressions of both the natural and manmade worlds are among the subjects found in the National Gallery of Ireland’s latest exhibition, Moment in Time: A Legacy of Photographs …
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Dark days of War of Independence
Dark days of War of Independence the subject of new National Library photographic exhibition November 20, 2019 Dublin’s Custom House engulfed in flames, Cork’s Patrick Street reduced to rubble, families ejected from their homes by British forces, and the immediate aftermath of outbreaks of violence and bloodshed are among the scenes displayed in the National Library of …
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NLI Digital Pilots
Marian Keyes partners with National Library on Digital Pilots project October 16, 2019 ‘Digital Pilots’ project will protect and share born-digital collections The National Library of Ireland (NLI) has announced details of a pilot scheme to expand the ways it collects the ‘born-digital’ story of Ireland – allowing content like videos and digital …
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The Ginger Man NLI
Archive of The Ginger Man author JP Donleavy donated to National Library August 15, 2019 The National Library of Ireland (NLI) has announced receipt of the archive of the internationally renowned, award-winning Irish American author of The Ginger Man, JP Donleavy. The author’s archive is wide-ranging, comprising notebooks, manuscripts, playscripts, letters, theatrical posters and programmes, …
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