James Coleman is a highly influential figure among artists in Ireland and is critically acclaimed internationally
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A small number of Honorary Members are elected to the Academy annually. The call for proposals for Honorary Membership 2016 is now open.
The RIA has launched its Advice Paper on the Sustainability of the Northern Ireland Higher Education Sector.
The Irish Times and the RIA have published a copy of the Proclamation with biographies and images of the signatories, taken from our recent publication 1916 Portraits and Lives.
16 panels depicting Rising leaders who had train stations named after them in 1966 are going to be unveiled at stations across the country over the next few months.
A special event will be hosted to remember Thomas Kent, after whom Cork Station was renamed in 1966.
This is the third in a series of six events themed around the constitution.
A special event will be hosted to remember Con Colbert, after whom Limerick Station was renamed in 1966.
Professor Michael Graetzel, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
A workshop on Shakespeare in film and modern popular culture by Professor Mark Thornton Burnett MRIA, Queen's University Belfast.
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