Academy in the News


19 November 2014 5:13 news

Creative History

Tandragee Idol and Willie Doherty's 'Walls' are among the Northern Irish works selected from 'Art and Architecture of Ireland' by Valerie Robinson in the Irish News.

19 November 2014 5:05 news

Munster highlights from Art and Architecture of Ireland

James Barry, Daniel Maclise, the O'Shea Brothers and Patrick Scott are among the Munster artists highlighted in Alan O' Riordan's Irish Examiner article and interview with Crawford Art Gallery Director and 'Art & Architecture of Ireland' Volume I Editor, Peter Murray.

19 November 2014 4:56 news

'Phenomenal' history of Irish Art and Architecture published

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, TD and Minister Heather Humphreys, TD launched 'Art and Architecture of Ireland' at the Round Room, the Mansion House on Sunday 16 November.

13 November 2014 3:37 news

Hamilton Day 16 October 2014

With the support of Arup and the Irish Times, the Royal Irish Academy once again honoured the great Irish Scientist, William Rowan Hamilton (1805-1865).

12 November 2014 3:32 news

Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks

Fintan O'Toole introduces key pieces of art and literature from 1916 to today

12 November 2014 3:25 news

Big data scientist named researcher of the year

Professor Barry Smyth, MRIA, wins Science Foundation Ireland award

06 November 2014 4:55 news

Belfast-born John Stewart Bell challenged Einstein and breathed new life into quantum physics, fifty years ago.

On 4 November 1964, the journal Physics received a paper written by Bell with the short but punchy title On the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox.

06 November 2014 12:44 news

Roddy Doyle to launch historic atlas of Dublin

Roddy Doyle will launch the latest in the Dublin series of Irish Historic Towns Atlas (IHTA) on Thursday 6 November.

30 October 2014 11:03 news

Ireland's rich history in science deserves acclaim.

It's time to give Belfast born scientist John Bell the recognition he deserves.

28 October 2014 4:38 news

Taoiseach speaks of 1916 rising at launch of "Judging W.T.Cosgrave"

Speaking at the launch of Professor Michael Laffan's biography in the Royal Irish Academy, Enda Kenny reclaimed paternity – partial, at least – for the 1916 Rising for Fine Gael and its founders.

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