Culture and Heritage Publications
In the context of the government’s 2018 Culture and Creativity Capital Plan, the Culture and Heritage Working Group discussion papers discuss different modes of creativity associated with public culture, public institutions and vernacular culture. Written by senior academics with strong ties to many of the state’s cultural institutions, these papers offer a set of reflections regarding the need for, and social benefits of, public policies that support creativity in our daily lives.
In this series:
- Libraries and Archives: ‘Guardians of the word hoard’ Siobhán Fitzpatrick and Mary O'Dowd
- Museums in Ireland 2020: reflections from the coalface
- Royal Irish Academy Response to the Creative Ireland Programme Mary Canning, MRIA.
- Discussion Paper 1. Creativity in the Sciences Luke Drury, MRIA.
- Discussion Paper 2. ‘The earth has music for those who listen’: Creativity in Music in Ireland Lorraine Byrne Bodley, MRIA.
- Discussion Paper 3. The Gaeltacht, the Irish Language, Folklore and Vernacular Creativity/ An Ghaeltacht, an Ghaeilge, an Béaloideas agus Cruthaitheacht na nDaoine Angela Bourke, MRIA with Diane Negra, MRIA
- Museums for the Future: Policies and Practices in Ireland