Travelling Exhibitions

The travelling exhibitions are available in pull up banner format and contain information and reproductions of library exhibitions, and reflect the library collections.

 Listed below are the travelling exhibitions currently offered. Follow the links for a description of each exhibition and details on how to borrow an exhibition for your school, museum, library or other venue.

For information on how you can avail of this service, please consult the Services section of this site.


WWI Ireland: Exploring the Irish Experience
World War Ireland: Exploring the Irish Experience

Tall Tales and Deadly Drawings
This exhibition celebrates children's books, storytelling and reading and is based on the NLI exhibition Tall Tales and Deadly Drawings

Ireland from Maps
Contact the Learning and Outreach department if you would like to host this exhibition.

The Past from the Press
The Past from the Press explores issues such as news values, bias, subjectivity and propaganda and encourages students to ‘read between the lines’ of historic and contemporary newspapers

Gallant Sons
Gallant Sons outlines Irish involvement in the First World War in an accessible and transportable format.

Heraldry
Contact us at learning@nli.ie or 01 6030346 if you are interested in hosting this exhibition.

Discover Lifelines: letters from famous people about their favourite poems

If I Were a Blackbird: An exhibition on the lives of Thomas J Kiernan and Delia Murphy.
Contact the Learning & Outreach department at learning@nli.ie or 01 6030259 if you would like to host this exhibition at your library, school or local museum.

James Joyce's Ulysses
This exhibition includes themes from Ulysses in 8 easy to transport banners. To borrow this exhibition, contact us at learning@nli.ie or 01 6030259
 
Regeneration: The West of Ireland 1892-1914
Regeneration: The West of Ireland 1892-1914
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