Saturday, August 3, 2013

Irish Georgian Society - Vanishing Ireland - Dublin Exhibition

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The Irish Georgian Society is hosting the exhibition in their newly refurbished headquarters, the City Assembly House on South William Street, right beside Powerscourt Townhouse.
 This handsome 18th century building was actually purpose built as a public exhibition gallery by the former Society of Artists. It is fitting indeed that the Vanishing Ireland exhibition should take place in one of Dublin's long forgotten but once venerable public spaces. The building later became the City Assembly where Dublin's leading citizens, including Daniel O'Connell, met to discuss, rant and rave about the best ways forward for the Irish capital.
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