Our podcasts this year will explore a broad overview of the multi-layered experiences which encompass Ireland’s past. These podcasts will also put into context how this sense of heritage is all part of our collective experience, and why so much of what went before, still resonates in the present.
The programme is run in partnership with the Chester Beatty Library, the National Gallery of Ireland, the National Library of Ireland, The National Archives and Trinity College Dublin.
The Heritage Council's annual Conservation Internship Programme offers an exciting opportunity for students of conservation to work with some of the world’s great treasures.
The programme is run in partnership with the Chester Beatty Library, the National Gallery of Ireland, the National Library of Ireland, The National Archives and Trinity College Dublin’s Old Library and is primarily aimed at students who have completed specialised conservation courses in the areas of paper, book bindings and painting.
The aims of the programme include:
- bringing new research and skills into the conservation departments;
- safeguarding Irish heritage through necessary conservation works;
- offering opportunities in Ireland for newly qualified Irish conservators.
Internships, which runs for a minimum of nine months, are advertised internationally – as there are no advanced conservation courses in Ireland – and generates much interest from international students and Irish students studying abroad.
Further information on internship opportunities can be found on the websites of the partner institutions or by contacting the institutions directly.
We will advertise Internships in our jobs and opportunities section and across our social media channels
Conservation Internship Celebrates 10 years
In 2017 our Conservation Internships with cultural institutions in Ireland celebrated 10 years.