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An Irish artist’s journey to celebrate the female body

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Artist Jennifer Smith comes from a Roscommon village where generations of families stem from. Kilmurray just outside Castlerea was Jennifer’s grandad’s home turf as well as her own father’s and

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International and local artists capture the magic of Birr Castle Demesne

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As part of their 400-year celebrations of the Parsons Family living at Birr Castle Demesne, Lord and Lady Rosse are hosting the Through the Artist’s Eye Exhibition which is taking place

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First genome sequences of Irish Vikings reveal ties to Norway

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Cutting-edge DNA analysis on archaeological remains has shed new light on the identity of Irish Vikings. The first Irish Viking genomes have been published in the leading international journal, Nature, as

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Children in family hubs, Direct Provision centres and schools to receive new books

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Hundreds of children who are based in family hubs, Direct Provision centres and Deis schools across Ireland are to receive a gift package of new books by leading Irish authors

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Irish museum launches 27-stage ‘National Famine Way’

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The Irish National Famine Museum in Roscommon has launched a new and interactive, 27-stage ‘National Famine Way’.  Based in Stokestown Park, the new initiative which incorporates a ‘National Famine Way

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Insightful new film Tearmann to feature innovative work from Gaeltacht artists

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TG4 and Molscéal are celebrating Culture Night 2020 with Ealaín na Gaeltachta and as part of the celebration, a newly commissioned film Tearmann featuring artists from An Ghaeltacht will be

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New Irish language music aims to highlight refugee experiences through the eyes of a child

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Contemporary Irish language music and film creator, Deoraí, has released a new single ‘Páiste Bocht’ (‘Poor Child’) which aims to figuratively portray the experience of a refugee arriving in Ireland

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How perseverance helped Kerry writer-director Eoghan Hand discover his talents

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Director and writer Eoghan Hand is a Kerryman but when he was little he moved around between Tipperary, Cork and even the south of France before returning to the Kingdom.

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How growing up during the Troubles influenced this Irishman’s paintings

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When artist Greag Mac a’ tSaoir was growing up in Newry in the 1970s, it was a very oppressive society. Soldiers and the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) were everywhere, and

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New Irish enterprise aims to change consumer experience for LGBTQ+ customers and staff

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‘Being Proud Isn’t Just for Pride’ – This week marked the launch of Certified Proud, an accreditation membership body that strives towards LGBTQ+ equality throughout businesses in Ireland, ensuring the

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