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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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Irish Georgian Society 3h
There's one week left to apply to the 2019 IGS Architectural Conservation Awards 2019. The deadline is Friday 23 April. For more information on how to apply:
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Irish Georgian Society 8h
Our lunchtime Seminar series: Conserving Your Dublin Period House continues on Tuesday 23 April with 'Historic Decorative Plasterwork: its history, significance and conservation' by Andrew Smith, plasterwork conservator. Book online (€15):
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Irish Georgian Society 24h
Early bird tickets for the 2019 & 'Conservation without Frontiers' cross-border summer school are available until Tuesday 30 April. A full programme will be published early next week!
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SPAB Ireland Apr 18
Join us for our 2019 AGM and Lecture, 30th May. The AGM will begin at 6pm with a meeting for SPAB members, and all are welcome to join us at 7pm for a lecture by Chris Hamill on Armagh Gaol, with a drinks reception after! Hope you to see many of you there 🎉
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 18
The Irish Georgian Society offices will close on Good Friday for the Easter Weekend, and will reopen from 9.30am on Tuesday 23 April. The IGS bookshop will be open on Good Friday (19 April) and Saturday 20 April from 10.00am to 6.00pm. It will be closed on Monday 22 April.
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 16
"Bord Pleanála’s U-turn on Dublin skyline" Letter from Irish Georgian Society's Executive Director Donough Cahill on
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 11
On Tuesday 16 April our lunchtime Seminar series: Conserving Your Dublin Period House continues with 'The Importance of Using Lime & Historic Pointing Techniques' by Grainne Shaffrey, Principal, Shaffrey Architects, Grade I RIAI. Book online (€15):
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 9
We are hosting an open evening at the City Assembly House this Thursday 11 April, to showcase this recently restored historic venue, and the three spectacular spaces we have available for hire. RSVP essential to cityassemblyhouse@igs.ie
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 8
Friday 26 April is the deadline to apply for the IGS Architectural Conservation Awards. Please visit our website for information on how to apply:
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 7
If you're under 40 and are interested in joining some of our Young Irish Georgian events, sign up to our newsletter to be the first to hear about our next event!
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 7
Join on 11 April for a discussion on 'The Georgian Neighbourhood in Limerick: A Programme of Revitalisation', delivered by Rosie Webb, Senior Architect, Urban Innovation Department, Limerick City & County Council. Free but booking is essential
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 5
Book online for the final lecture of our Spring series on Tuesday 9 April: 'Castletown House: 50 years of re-appraisal', delivered by Christopher Moore. A limited number of tickets remaining:
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 5
On Tuesday 9 April our lunchtime Seminar series: Conserving Your Dublin Period House continues with 'Taking Care of your Period House’s Roof, Chimneys and Parapets' by Lisa Edden, Associate Director at Cora Consulting Engineers. Book online (€15):
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 4
Support the mission of the Irish Georgian Society by joining as a member! Join from as little as €60 per year. Do so in a few minutes online:
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 4
Reminder that the deadline to apply for the IGS Architectural Conservation Awards closes on Friday 26 April. Please visit our website for information on how to apply:
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 3
Book now for the final lecture of our Spring series on Tuesday 9 April: 'Castletown House: 50 years of re-appraisal', delivered by Christopher Moore. A limited number of tickets remaining:
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 3
Last week was Edwin Lutyens birthday. Every year we organise a boat trip for our members to visit Lambay Island. Lutyens transformed the ruins of a 16C fortress into a romantic castle for the Hon. Cecil Baring and his wife in 1904.
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Irish Georgian Society Apr 3
David Norris on 40 years of saving North Great George’s Street via
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Limerick : Culture : Arts Apr 2
Limerick Chapter of the Irish Georgian Society - Upcoming Talks Full update here:
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Irish Georgian Society Mar 28
The deadline for applications for a student scholarship to the 2019 Summer School has been extended until 29 March. "The Summer School was absolutely fantastic, it filled loads of gaps in my knowledge and covered content that university didn’t." Apply:
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