This year we welcomed 1467 visitors through the doors and we had plenty for them to see and hear.
Edward Delaney, sculptor, who died 22 September 2009, executed two of Dublin’s most familiar public monuments: the bronze statues of Wolfe Tone and of Thomas Davis.
This project was fuelled by fuelled by concern for the decline of small towns all over Ireland.
Delaney is best known for monuments to Thomas Davis and Theobald Wolfe Tone, both commissioned for the semi-centenary of the 1916 Easter rising.
The Academy is seeking applications to fill the position of Senior Executive Assistant.
Regarded as the finest piece of ecclesiastical metalwork to have been found in Ireland
The dark shadow over modern Ireland is cast by the vast complex of coercive confinement
Women have played a particularly important part in the history of Irish art in the twentieth century
The motivation behind collections varies. It may be for reasons of documentation, education, preservation or connoisseurship, each presenting their own priorities in selection and methods of display.
Recently, one of the greatest prizes in marine archaeology – HMS Terror – was located in Terror Bay, south of King William Island, Nunavut, Canada.
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