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From the “What you maybe meant to keep…” exhibition March 22, 2014

Posted by WorldbyStorm in Culture, Irish Politics, The Left.
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…some photographs of the installation at the National Print Museum this weekend.

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1. “What you maybe meant to keep…” Exhibition Opening This Evening At The National Print Museum | Irish Election Literature - March 24, 2014

[…] Some pictures I took over the course of the weekend as we set the exhibition up… There are more photos here […]

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2. irishelectionliterature - March 24, 2014
doctorfive - March 25, 2014

A glowing review from Stephen Collins.

Congrats to IELB and all involved.

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WorldbyStorm - March 25, 2014

It went very well, thanks doctorfive. More on this tomorrow. Nice to see both Irish Election Literature and the Left Archive referenced so widely. Great credit to the NPM.

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yourcousin - March 25, 2014

I would hope you fellows had the good sense to wash your hands after meeting the Taoiseach and I would assume his accompanying ilk. But congratulations all around for what looks like a well done exhibition.

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3. irishelectionliterature - March 25, 2014
4. Joe - March 25, 2014

Yep well done all. I thought I’d make the launch but I had another commitment at 6pm … and it was raining.
I promise (for what that’s worth) to go see it though!

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5. irishelectionliterature - March 25, 2014

Video with the Irish Times … alas bit about CLR and printing got cut …
http://www.irishtimes.com/news/video?vid=1.1737875

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