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From the National Print Museum… April 11, 2014

Posted by WorldbyStorm in Irish Left Online Document Archive, Uncategorized.
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…yesterday evening’s presentation on “Red roses, overcoats and the Prince of Darkness: A journey through Irish Political Imagery from the 1970s onwards” – given by Dr Ciarán Swan (NCAD), Irish Left Archive, as part of the Political Ephemera exhibition which he has co-curated. Many thanks to all those who attended and to the staff of the NPM.

The next presentation in this series will be given by Ciarán on the evening of 1st of May at 18.30 pm discussing Irish political imagery in the context of establishing and developing the Irish Left Archive. All welcome. Further details soon.

Alan Kinsella of IEL, also co-curator of the Exhibition, will be giving a curated tour this Sunday morning at 11.00 am. For anyone who hasn’t been yet, or indeed has, do drop over. More curated tour times will be announced over the next month or so.

By the way check out the new Facebook page for the Left Archive here... many thanks to Left Archive co-curator Aonghus Storey for all his work on setting that and the twitter account up.

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