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Irish Georgian Society Newsletter: 27.05.16
Spring Autumn 2016 Events Programme
IGS Members will shortly receive our upcoming events programme by post within the coming week. This will outline activities over the coming months until October and will include talks, trips and parties.

Please book early to avoid disappointment! Bookings will only be accepted by return of booking form or online - bookings cannot be made by telephone.

Thank you to all our members who volunteered for packing our mailshot this week!
Upcoming IGS Events
Student Field Trip: Historic Designed Landscapes in Louth and Meath
There are limited tickets available for our upcoming student field trip, organised in conjunction with the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society! This one day event is open to students studying in a related discipline (architecture, conservation, engineering, heritage, tourism, history and art history), or with an interest in heritage and conservation matters.

As a follow-up to the 2015 North-South/Cross-Border Summer School, the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society and Irish Georgian Society have organised a field trip for students on Saturday, 25th June. Led by the Summer School Director and architectural historian, Kevin V. Mulligan, this one-day event will be based in counties Louth and Meath. The group will visit:
  • Barmeath Castle, Co. Louth
  • Dowth Hall, Co. Meath
  • Collon Parish Church, Co. Louth
Saturday, 25th June 2016
Tickets: €15/£12 (Student rate)

The cost of transport has been generously sponsored by Consarc Design Group and refreshments by Orpens Cider. The ticket cost will cover admission to Barmeath and a lunch at Dowth Hall.
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Thomas Roberts (1748-1777) and His Patrons: A Tour of Georgian Ireland
This lecture, delivered by William Laffan, explores Roberts’s paintings of some of the most famous landscapes of Georgian Ireland, from Lucan, Slane, and Carton to the Casino at Marino, and Dawson’s Grove. He also painted more humble landscapes of small-town Ireland, of Ballyshannon, Belleek and Belturbet. Patriotism, ‘improvement’, emulation, exhibiting practices and the aesthetics of the ‘Picturesque’ are themes that will be explored to illuminate the artistic and social contexts that Roberts reflects and, on occasion, shapes.

The lecture will take place in the magnificent interior of Christ Church in Waterford, designed by Roberts’s father John.

Monday 27th June 2016, 7.00pm
Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford 
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Tickets: €5 (students free)

William Laffan is co-author (with Brendan Rooney) of Thomas Roberts, Landscape and Patronage in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, published by Churchill House Press (2009).

Image: A Landcape with a View of Slane Castle, County Meath
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Upcoming IGS Chapter Events
A visit to some Tipperary Houses: Grenane, Lismacue & Newtown Anner, Saturday 28th May, 10.30am - The group will visit three properties in Tipperary. Tickets must be purchased in advance by completing a booking form. Must have own transport. Refreshments and buffet lunch will be provided. Tickets €60 members/€70 non members

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