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Irish Georgian Society
The IGS is a not for profit organisation that promotes the protection of Ireland's architectural heritage and decorative arts.
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The public have until 28 February 2019 to make a submission on , a new national heritage plan. For more information on how to prepare a submission, dates of public consultation sessions across the Ireland can be found online:
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Ulster Architectural Heritage 20h
Looking back, looking forward. Can you help us plan the future of the ? Hurry. Invitation to tender for lead consultant on the OMB: Back to Life project closes Friday 25th January at 5pm: Supported by .
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Finnian OCionnaith Jan 21
One for and enthusiasts: If you missed the recent piece on RTE’s ‘The History Show’ about my research on a little known 1799 map series of Georgian , please check out the link below.
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Dublin Civic Trust Jan 18
O'Connell Street (then Sackville Street), 1818. Compacted road surface, flagged pavements, multi-paned bowed shop windows, original railings and oil lamps outside the newly completed GPO. Amazingly, the house next to the GPO still survives and is the oldest on the street, c.1749
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charles duggan Jan 16
Congratulations Shaffrey Architects! Absolutely delighted to see has been shortlisted for the Mies van der Rohe Awards 2019 along with the Medieval Mile Museum in Kilkenny.
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Irish Georgian Society Jan 16
We were thrilled to host the talented in the Knight of Glin Exhibition Room last autumn, where they filmed the music video 'Black is the Colour of my True Love's Hair' to commemorate the launch of their upcoming album.
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Royal Irish Academy Jan 15
The Dictionary of Irish Biography is Ireland’s national biographical dictionary containing over 10400 lives online. It is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in Ireland's past and the people who shaped it
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BLFI Jan 15
BLFI Bursary 2019, closing date April 1st Email: info@blfi.net for more detail. Open to all members, applications should be educational in nature, can be either practical or theoretical and must relate to the use of lime.
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Ulster Architectural Heritage Jan 15
Great to be in Dublin to catch up with the Irish Georgian Society today to talk ideas of partnership working. Fantastic to see their restoration of complete.
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Irish Georgian Society Jan 15
Thanks to for taking care of our staff so well for our Xmas lunch yesterday!
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Dublin Civic Trust Jan 10
The dramatic scene behind 61-62 Thomas Street where a new office building is being gingerly stitched around a pair of hugely significant late 17th-century buildings. 61 was 'The Golden Last' inn and its astonishing, rare surviving 1680s beamed interior has been recently revealed.
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RCPI Heritage Centre Jan 10
A sneak peak at just some of the amazing items we have just received on loan from ! We are delighted to be able to give a home to such an important collection, and to get a chance to work with such lovely objects 🤓
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Irish Georgian Society Jan 10
Our Spring 2019 'Conserving your Dublin Period House' course in partnership with returns for 12 weeks on Tuesday 12 February. For more information and to book your place: Each lecture qualifies for CPD.
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Irish Georgian Society Jan 9
Lovely to see visiting Ethiopia, we look forward to following the progress as we have a tour of members going in May 2019
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Irish Georgian Society Jan 9
White Elephants: The Country House and the State in Independent Ireland, 1922-73 review
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Lisa Marie Griffith Jan 7
Dublin History Research Network are delighted to announce tickers are now available for 'Buying and Selling: Dublin Markets 1500 to the present' Friday 25 and Saturday 26 Jan
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Irish Georgian Society Jan 4
Plans for restoration of Mountjoy Square released for public submission via
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Irish Georgian Society Jan 2
The 'Exhibiting Art in Georgian Ireland' exhibition catalogue was one of the books of the year for 2018! Thank you Paul! We have some copies (hardback, €25) in stock instore or online via
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Ecclesiastical Dec 24
Need a last minute Christmas Gift? Why not give a give a loved one a membership to the Irish Georgian Society - and support their and programmes
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OPW-MU ArchiveCentre Dec 24
December 1782 Lady Louisa Conolly writes to her sister, Lady Sarah Bunbury describing Christmas at Castletown; ‘Our Christmas party will soon begin, which I dare say will end on a large one, tho’ at present I don’t exactly know whom we shall have, except the Gardiners’
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