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E-Newsletter of the Irish Georgian Society | April 2017, No. 2

Conservation Without Frontiers Summer School

The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society and the Irish Georgian Society's cross-border bi-annual Summer School returns for 2017! This special event brings together students, experts and enthusiasts to explore, discuss, debate and enjoy issues relating to our shared Irish heritage in the context of Derry City & Strabane and Donegal. This year's Summer School will focus on conservation and heritage led regeneration in the built environment of North-West Ulster.

There will be many opportunities to visit and engage with the history and heritage of the area through talks, site visits to vernacular and civic buildings of architectural interest, demonstrations of traditional building skills and open discussions.

Speakers include: Dr. Brian Lacey, Paddy Matthews, Dr. Andrew McClelland, Dr. Edward McParland, Dr. Fidelma Mullane, Ronan O' Donnell, Dr. Barry O'Reilly, Dr. Greg Stevenson and Prof. Alistair Rowan.

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Student scholarships are available, see (closing date 1st May)
This event is eligible for RIAI CPD points. For more info, email

Members and non-members are welcome to attend.

7th to 10th June 2017
Tickets: €70 to €240 (sterling tickets)

Images: Guild Hall, Derry and Ramelton village, Co. Donegal

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Spring seminars: 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 lunchtime talks on the history and significance of Dublin’s period houses and practical advice on their conservation. 

Tuesday 2nd May: Historic Ironwork: its history, significance and conservation 
Ali Davey, Historic Environment Scotland & author of DoAHRRGA's Advice Series: The Repair of Wrought and Cast Iron 

Tuesday 9th May: Sensitively Extending your Period House 
Nicola Matthews, Architectural Conservation Officer, Dublin City Council & member of the RIAI Historic Buildings Committee


1.00pm - 2.00pm, Helen Roe Theatre, RSAI, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2
(Directions via Google Maps)
Tickets: €15 per lecture (available on the door)

The Conserving Your Dublin Period House course is supported by Irish Heritage Insurance.

This course is also open to interested parties outside of the Dublin area.
Volunteers needed: Summer/Autumn mailout
We will be sending out the 2017 Summer/Autumn mailshot for members in a couple of weeks time, but we will need volunteers to help us put this together. If you can spare a couple of hours of your time on Tuesday 16th May and Wednesday 17th May to help out - please fill out your availability online on this Doodle poll. Tea and cake will be provided!
Lecture: Irish Landmark Trust - A Celebration

As Irish Landmark Trust celebrates the 25th anniversary of its foundation (1992), the Irish Georgian Society is delighted that one of the Trust’s co-founders, Dr Edward McParland, has agreed to give a talk to our members and friends.

Irish Landmark Trust was set up as an educational trust for the purpose of conserving, improving and restoring buildings of character and architectural merit. Once restored, the buildings are available to the public on a rental basis. Income derived from the properties ensures that they can be maintained in a manner consistent with their original character.  Since 1992, the primary purpose of Irish Landmark has not changed but with 32 properties in the portfolio in 2017, the challenges facing the organisation multiply.  

Dr Edward McParland has had a long association with the Department of History of Art and Architecture in Trinity College Dublin having inspired generations of students with the principles of sound scholarship and respect for sources. Through his own scholarship and writing, we can enjoy his biography of James Gandon and his history of
Public Architecture in Ireland between 1680 and 1760. His present research extends beyond Ireland to consid

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