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NPA hosts "Belonging –Irish Queer Youth" this June and July
Photographs and short films curated by Kevin Gaffney
WW1 Roadshow at Trinity College
World War One Roadshow will take place on Saturday, 12th July 2014 at Trinity College Dublin.
DIT Photo14 at the National Photographic Archive
Annual DIT BA Photography Graduate Show, 31 May - 15 June
Celebrating Bloomsday and remembering Yeats this June
Join us as we celebrate Bloomsday and remember William Butler Yeats this June.
National Library of Ireland Launches 10,500 Newly Digitised Items
A portrait of the infamous Ellen Byrne, who was tried for her husband’s murder in 1842 after his badly decomposed body was found in their shared bed; photographs of 1916 leader Tom Clarke, his wife Kathleen and family; and posters documenting the suffragette movement are just some of the 10,500 newly digitised items released by the National Library of Ireland (NLI) today (24.04.14).
New UCD Course on James Joyce at the NLI in May
Learn about the work of James Joyce in a new UCD course starting in May - book now!
Man, Woman and Child Project Website Launched
Website for research and performance project now launched
St Patrick's Festival at the National Library: Document This
Part of I Love My City, a series of inspiring, intimate, cultural events and happenings curated by the St Patrick's Festival
New Alan Gilsenan Film on WB Yeats to Screen at Jameson Dublin International Film Festival
Award-winning filmmaker, theatre director and frequent contributor to the National Library of Ireland, Alan Gilsenan, will see his new film ‘A Vision: A Life of WB Yeats’ screened at the 2014 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival, which runs from 13th to 23rd February.
NLI Manuscripts featured in ITMA’s new PW Joyce website
Collector of Irish traditional music honoured in this centenary year
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