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Irish Georgian Society Newsletter: 27.11.2015
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Christmas Party at Rathfarnham Castle - FULLY BOOKED
Our Christmas party is now fully bookedIf you would like to be added to the waiting list, please contact Roísín Lambe.

Date: Saturday, 5th December, 5.00pm - 7.00pm.
Venue: Rathfarnham Castle, Rathfarnham Rd, Dublin 14
 (map)
Gift ideas from the Irish Georgian Society bookshop
Take a detour from the crush of nearby Grafton Street and call into our bookshop. If you haven't visited us before, the bookshop is located in our headquarters at the City Assembly House on vibrant South William Street. Members are entitled to a 10% discount on all instore purchases. (Find us on Google Maps)

Christmas Opening Hours (up to and including 24th December)
Monday to Saturday (10.00am - 6.00pm)

Sunday (12.00pm - 5.00pm)

Support your Society - Profits from the bookshop are vital to our work!

This Christmas, why not give someone the gift of Irish Georgian Society membership.

Buy a gift membership and receive a gift yourself - choose from Dixon Coasters, IGS notebooks, Irish Country House Collection Candles or selected pieces from the Silvanna Kim designed jewellery (available instore).

More information
on our website, or to purchase call 01 679 8675.

First Irish exhibition of ‘The Odyssey’ by Anja Aichinger 
The City Assembly House is the venue for the world premiere of the The Odyssey, a painted sculpture, by artist Anja Aichinger.

On a 35 metre long piece of linen, Anja Aichinger translates Homer’s epic account of the events dating to just after the Trojan War into her own visual language. Aichinger uses ground pigments for the colours that represent sections and characters of Homer's story. 

Running until Sunday, 6th December, 12.00pm - 6.00pm (daily). 
More info.
Exhibition in aid of Irish Cancer Society
Coming to the O'Connell Room, at the City Assembly House; an exhibition of paintings by 22 artists, curated by Kenneth Donfield, Lecturer in Painting (NCAD). All paintings will be for sale, and all proceeds are in aid of Cancer Research, Irish Cancer Society.

O'Connell Room, City Assembly House, Saturday, 5th December to  Sunday, 20th December, 12.00pm - 6.00pm (daily).

(Image: Low Tide, Inishowen, Denise Ferran, acrylic on canvas, 61cm x 76cm, €1200)
Dublin Docklands Morning Walking Tour 
The walking tour begins on Grand Canal Quay and explores Grand Canal Dock from its development in the 18th century that changed the shape of Dublin to its recent rebirth that has created a new urban landscape for the city. Meet at Grand Canal Quay outside the Waterways Ireland Visitor Centre.

Friday, 11th December, 10.30am - 12.00pm. 
Tickets: €15.

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