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E-Newsletter of the Irish Georgian Society | November 2016

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City Assembly House Fundraising Campaign
Restoration of the City Assembly House - Irish Georgian Society
Watch this short video to learn about the conservation of the City Assembly House
The Irish Georgian Society has launched a capital campaign to raise €600,000 to complete the restoration of the City Assembly House. €900,000 has been pledged so far through the support of Dublin City Council, and the US based Jerome L. Greene Foundation and Gilbert & Ildiko Butler Family Foundation.

We are appealing directly to our friends and membership in Ireland, the UK and the USA to raise the €600,000 required to reach our overall target of €1.5m which will allow us to commence the final phase of works on the building. All donors will be recognised on our Donors board displayed in the City Assembly House. 

Works are scheduled to commence in early 2017 which will see the restoration of the great octagonal Exhibition Room, the provision of services to ensure the building will be accessible to everyone, and the preparation of a lettable space to generate sustainable income for the building.

 
To learn more about the fundraising campaign visit www.igs.ie
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Lecture: Life in the Country House in Georgian Ireland
Dr. Patricia McCarthy will give a lecture on her recent publication, Life in the Country House in Georgian Ireland. This book explores how these grand houses were arranged in accordance with their residents’ daily procedures, demonstrating a distinction between public and private spaces, and even keeping in mind the roles and arrangements of the servants in their purposeful layouts. With careful consideration given to both the practicality of everyday routine and the occasional special event, this book illustrates how the lives and residential structures of these aristocrats were inextricably woven together. Patricia McCarthy is an independent architectural historian based in Dublin.

Life in the Country House in Georgian Ireland can be purchased on the night (RRP €50).

6.30pm, Tuesday 29th November 2016
RSAI, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Tickets: €10/€5 students
Limited places remaining!


Image: Mount Kennedy, Co. Wicklow, 1785 (Yale Centre for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection)
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IGS Christmas Party at Marlay House
This year's Christmas Party will be held in Marlay House, Rathfarnham. Marlay House was built by Thomas Taylor and was originally known as "The Grange". David La Touche, first governor of the newly established Bank of Ireland, acquired and extended the house in 1764 and renamed it for his wife Elizabeth Marlay. As completed by La Touche, it is a fine example of Georgian architecture, with many elaborate features including plasterwork by Michael Stapleton. 

4.30pm, Saturday 3rd December 2016
Marlay House, Rathfarnham, Dublin 16 (Google Map
Tickets: €20
Limited places remaining!


Image: Marlay House (via)
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Irish Georgian Society Christmas Cards
We are delighted to be stocking a new range of Irish Georgian Society Christmas Cards for 2016. The doorway of the City Assembly House has been festively illustrated by Silvie Cahill.

A packet of 5 cards (with red envelopes) costs €10, and all proceeds support the Irish Georgian Society’s education programme.

 

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