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The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, has announced the 10 new recipients of the Decade of Centenaries Markievicz Award for artists. The Markievicz Award is intended to support artists to develop their craft and ultimately produce great art that recognises and commemorates the role of women in the historical period […]
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Patrick O’Donovan TD, Minister of State with responsibility for the Office of Public Works (OPW), together with Grainne Humphreys, Director of the Dublin International Film Festival, launched Heritage Ireland on Screen: A Guide to Filming at Ireland’s Historic Locations at Dublin Castle, the scene of many national and international film productions over the years. This
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The Government has approved Heritage Ireland 2030 , a cross-Government Strategic Policy for Heritage that sets out a framework for the protection, conservation, promotion and management of Ireland’s heritage for the next decade and beyond. The Strategy lays out a roadmap for the best possible future for Irish heritage with a joined up approach at government, stakeholder
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Lord Mayor, Alison Gilliland, invites nominations for new book celebrating exceptional contributions over the last 200 years by 80 women in Dublin city. Since the Freedom of the City was first conferred in 1876, just four of the eighty-three very well-deserving recipients have been women. One of the Lord Mayor’s stated priorities when taking up […]
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The Ardagh Station House and Abbeyfeale Railway Goods Shed along the Limerick Greenway will once again welcome visitors thanks to funding from the Rural Regeneration Development Fund. A total of €600,000 has been allocated to Limerick City and County Council for the projects in Ardagh and Abbeyfeale in the latest tranche of funding by the […]