General Events Archive
This archive contains previous “general” events. Archived events that are related to a specific area of interest can be found in the relevant section of the site by following the links on the right.
The National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History will hold a special day of talks to showcase new research on the theme of ‘Visual & Material Culture’ at Collins Barracks on Saturday 16th February 2013.
Currently - March 2013. For the first time, a selection of 30 paintings that once belonged to Chester Beatty are on display in the Chester Beatty Library. The paintings are among some ninety works presented by Beatty to the Irish...
In this discourse Diarmaid Ferriter will examine the key years of the 70s, when after half a century of independence, questions were being asked about the old ways of doing things.
Feb 20th/ 21st 2013, Dublin. WACAP is a worldwide network of some 900 cities established by the United Nations Development Programme to work together to address urban challenges & crises in a collective and collaborative manner.
‘Santa at the Park’ Returns … From the 1st until the 16th of December visitors to the Irish National Heritage Park, Ferrycarrig, Wexford can visit Santa and his elves for a magical Christmas experience for our annual ‘Santa at...
14th Dec, Dublin. This event is presented by the UCD School of History and Archives, the UCD Mícheál Ó Cléirigh Institute and Innovation, UCD.
20th Dec, Co. Meath. The Inaugural 'Solstice at Slane' Lecture will be delivered by Dr Frank Prendergast, Ireland's leading authority on archaeoastronomy.
15th Dec, Co. Meath. A one-day symposium presenting new research from the wider Boyne region.
Dec 12th. The event will be of interest to heritage practitioners, business people, entrepreneurs and community representatives. The Malahide workshop will explore the potential of the heritage sector and opportunities for growth...
John Beauchamp was appointed cathedral architect in 2002 and has been responsible for many conservation, repair and new works over the last ten years. The talk will explore the range of seen and unseen work undertaken,