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Sandham Symes lecture, The Big House Revisited & Structures at Risk Fund 2016

Irish Georgian Society Newsletter: 18.03.16
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Sandham Symes: Architect, Artist and Adventurer
Sandham Symes (1807-94) was a Dublin architect. He designed a few suburban villas, and country houses but his principal works were the branch offices designed while he was architect to the Bank of Ireland. He painted silhouettes and watercolours and he traveled extensively in Europe, the Middle East and North America creating detailed sketchbook records of his travels. Glascott Symes is a retired Deputy Headmaster of The King's Hospital and the great-grand nephew of Sandham Symes. He is a graduate in Historic Houses Studies from NUI Maynooth and a long-term member of the IGS.

A select number of copies of 
A Transatlantic Journey: Sandham Symes in America and Canada are available to purchase from our bookshop (onlinein-store).

Tuesday, 5th April, 6.30pm - 8.00pm
Helen Roe Theatre, RSAI, 63 Merrion Square (Google Map)
Tickets: €10 (€5 students)

Image: The east front of old Capitol, 1841; Sandham Symes
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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 Woollen Mills
  • Turlough House (National Museum of Country Life)
  • Belleek Castle
Friday, 1st April to Sunday 3rd April 2016
Tickets: Deposit of €150 required to book, before 23 March
as bookings are being finalised.


Image: Belleek House, Ballina, Co. Mayo
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Exhibition: Ireland's Main Street, 1625-1925: An Architectural History
From Drogheda via Sackville to O’Connell street; the evolution of Dublin's premier street is explored in this exhibition showing the changes on the street over 300 years. 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.

Friday, 18th March to Sunday, 15th May 2016
City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2


Image: Sackville Street, 1842
Conserving Your Dublin Period House lectures
Next week will be the fourth lecture in the Irish Georgian Society and Dublin City Council’s course, with conservation architect, Susan Roundtree delivering a talk on the history and conservation of Dublin’s bricks. Attendance at these talks provides an invaluable opportunity for owners of all periods and types of houses to received accurate and impartial advice on the care and conservation of their period properties.

Historic Bricks: their history, significance and conservation
1.00pm - 2.00pm, Tuesday 22nd March 2016
Helen Roe Theatre, RSAI, 63 Merrion Square (Google Map)
Tickets: €15 per lecture

Click here to download the full lecture programme.
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