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This week’s Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks is the 1993 novel Paddy Clarke, Ha, Ha, Ha, by Roddy Doyle.
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.
This week's Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks features Tony O'Malley's Self Portrait, 1989.
The Great Wall of Kinsale, 1988.
This week’s Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks is Stewart Parker’s Pentecost, first performed in 1987.
To mark the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, a gift for the people of the world - a free eBook of 1916 Portraits and Lives - has been produced.
Pauline Cummins’ mural from 1984 is a response to cultural stereotyping.
On 8 March the Royal Irish Academy, in partnership with Bus Éireann, launched a campaign to commemorate some of the women of the 1916 Rising, to coincide with International Women’s Day 2016.
This week’s Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks is Bligeard Sraide published in 1983 by Michael Davitt, which established Davitt as one of the most innovative poets in the Irish language.
A complete set of prints from our recent publication 1916 Portraits and Lives is now on display in the Ulster Museum, Belfast.