Curator's Tour of "Print, Protest, and The Polls" exhibition

  • National Print Museum, Garrison Chapel, Beggars Bush Barracks, Haddington Road, Dublin 4
  • Free admission; booking required at admin@nationalprintmuseum.ie

Curator, Donna Gilligan, will give a Curator’s Tour of the exhibition. Booking essential at admin@nationalprintmuseum.ie. After the tour comes to a close, join Donna for a free drop-in workshop where you will create your own suffrage campaign materials. The Education Programme for Print, Protest and the Polls is kindly supported by the European Year of Cultural Heritage – Community Heritage Grant Scheme 2018.

Print, Protest, and The Polls Curator, Donna Gilligan, will give a Curator’s Tour of the exhibition on Sunday 11 November, 11.30am. This exhibition commemorates the centenary of the first female vote in Ireland through exploration of the use of print media by the Irish suffragists, and their opponents, in their methods of promotion and protest.
Admission is free; however booking is essential, as places are limited. Contact admin@nationalprintmuseum.ie to reserve a place.
After the tour comes to a close, at 12.30pm, join Donna for a free drop-in workshop where you will create your own suffrage campaign materials, including badges and postcards, inspired by the exhibition. Suitable for all ages, no booking necessary.
The Education Programme for Print, Protest and the Polls is kindly supported by the European Year of Cultural Heritage – Community Heritage Grant Scheme 2018.