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The Big House Revisited, Castletown Antiques Fair & The Evolution of O'Connell St exhibition

Irish Georgian Society Newsletter: 04.03.16
Building for Posterity: Bank Architecture in Dublin
Michael O’Neill will deliver a lecture about a time when competition between joint-stock banking companies in the nineteenth century was intense and architectural prowess was part of the arsenal employed by the boards. The result is some of the most impressive buildings still dominating many streetscapes of the city. The locations, eclectic architectural styles and exquisite banking hall interiors are the subject of this talk. 

Tuesday, 15th March, 6.30pm - 8.00pm
Helen Roe Theatre, RSAI, 63 Merrion Square (Google Map)
Tickets: €10 (€5 students)
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The Big House Revisited: Weekend Trip To Enniscoe
On this weekend trip, the group will be based in Enniscoe House, Castlehill, near Crossmolina, Co Mayo, the family home for twelve generations, of Susan Kellett and her son DJ and his wife. The group will spend the weekend enjoying the unique atmosphere of Enniscoe and its amenities, including:
  • Strokestown House
  • Jackie Clarke Historical Material Collection
  • Foxford Woolen Mills
  • Turlough House (National Museum of Country Life)
  • Belleek Castle
Friday, 1st April to Sunday 3rd April 2016
Tickets: Limited to 30 places. Deposit of €150 required to book, before 10 March.

Image: Belleek House, Ballina, Co. Mayo
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Exhibition: The Evolution of O'Connell St, 1625-1925
From Drogheda street via Sackville street to O’Connell street, 1625-1925. The evolution of Dublin's premier street is explored in this exhibition exploring the changes on the street over a three hundred year period with an emphasis on the late Georgian residential, late Victorian commercial and the huge rebuild following the 1916 rising. We aim to offer a broad view of the architecture and planning of an iconic street. Concept: Pat Murray; Curator: Joseph Lynch.

Wednesday, 16th March to Sunday, 15th May 2016
City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2

Image: Sackville Street, 1842
Spring course: Conserving Your Dublin Period House
The Irish Georgian Society and Dublin City Council have assembled a team of conservation experts to present a series of talks on the history and significance of Dublin’s period houses and practical advice on their conservation. Attendance at the talks will prove invaluable for owners of all periods and types of houses, from the modest Edwardian artisan dwelling to the substantial red-bricks of the Victorian suburbs and the fine townhouses of our Georgian city squares, providing an A to Z for their care and conservation. 

1.00pm - 2.00pm, Tuesday 1st March to Tuesday 17th May 2016

Helen Roe Theatre, RSAI, 63 Merrion Square (Google Map)
Tickets: €125 (12 lectures), €140 (incl walking tour), or €15 per lecture

Click here to download the full programme.
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IGS Chapter Events
'Towns for People - Civic Stewardship through Public Space', 8.00pm, Tuesday, 8th March, One Pery Hotel, Co. Limerick
 This lecture will be delivered by Giulia Vallone, Senior Executive Architect, Cork County Council. All welcome. Tickets €5 (students free). See ---------------------------

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