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Newsletter of the Irish Georgian Society | October 2016

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Desmond Guinness Scholarship 2016

The Desmond Guinness Scholarship is awarded annually by the Irish Georgian Society to an applicant or applicants engaged in research on the visual arts of Ireland including the work of Irish architects, artists and craftsmen at home and abroad, 1600-1900.  Preference will be given to work based on original documentary research. The Scholarship is intended primarily for applicants who are not yet established at an advanced professional level in research or publication of the visual arts. From 2015, the Scholarship has been supported by members of the Society's London Chapter.

The Scholarship does not have to be awarded in any one year, and the decision of the assessors, appointed by the Irish Georgian Society, is final.

The total value of the scholarship fund available for distribution is in the region of €1,000.

Application forms must be submitted (by post) by 2pm, Wednesday 26th October 2016.

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Newbridge House Study Day
The Irish Georgian Society and Fingal County Council are partnering to deliver a study day, which will examine the history and conservation of Newbridge House's architecture, designed landscape, decorative interiors and collection. Speakers will include: Alec Cobbe, Cathal Dowd Smith, Dr Arthur MacGregor, Dr Anthony Malcomson, Fionnuala May, Una Ni Mhearain, Professor Finola O' Kane, David Skinner, Dr Adriaan Waiboer and Professor David Watkin.

Tuesday 8th November 2016
Donabate, Co. Dublin (Google map)
Tickets: €80 (€90 non members)

Limited places available due to historic venue restrictions 

Download the full programme from www.igs.ie


Image: Newbridge House by John Hammond
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Newbridge House Study Day: Special book offer

The Cobbe Cabinet of Curiosities: An Anglo-Irish Country House Museum
 ed. Arthur MacGregor 
(Yale University Press, 2015)

Available for the special price of €65 (RRP €100) to those who book for the Newbridge House Study Day. To avail of this offer you must pay at time of purchasing ticket.

To avail of this offer: 

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Book before Tuesday 1st November
Budget 2017: Living City Initative

IGS statement on Budget 2017 - Living City Initiative
Encouraging people back to the centre of Irish cities to live in historic buildings’ through a tax relief incentive is a worthy and inspired approach to heritage conservation. The Irish Georgian Society, therefore, strongly supported the Government in the introduction of the Living City Initiative in 2013, and has advocated for the extension of the categories of qualifying buildings. Given this and given the very low numbers of applications made under the Initiative, the Society welcomes proposals in Budget 2017 to broaden its application by including qualifying landlord-owned properties and by removing the size cap on buildings. The Society will continue to advocate for financial incentives to offset concerns about the cost of refurbishing heritage buildings and facilitate people wishing to move into our historic towns and cities.

Read the full Budget 2017 document on 
www.budget.gov.ie


Image: Mitchelstown, Co. Cork

Planning Matters: Limerick City

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