Date: Tuesday 20 February 2018, 6.30pm – 9pm
Venue: City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin
Join the Irish Georgian Society for an insight into the development of the Tenement Museum Dublin with a talk by Dr Ellen Rowley and Gráinne Shaffrey.
Dr Ellen Rowley is an architectural historian, looking primarily at 20th Century Ireland. Educated at Trinity College Dublin and Cambridge University, she has written extensively on Irish architectural modernism, she is currently developing the new Tenement Museum Dublin. Gráinne Shaffrey is a principal of Shaffrey Architects. Their main field of work covers specialised aspects of architecture including existing buildings, their adaptation to new use and repair, urban design and new buildings in existing urban areas. Gráinne is an RIAI Grade 1 Conservation Architect and currently President of ICOMOS Ireland. This lecture will explore both the curatorial and conservation processes involved in the creation of the Tenement Museum Dublin on Henrietta Street.
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