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Irish Georgian Society

01 April 2014

IGS invite entrants for Architectural and Original Drawing Awards 2014

The Irish Georgian Society invites applications for its Architectural and Original Drawing Awards 2014 from Irish architects or architectural practices, building surveyors, engineers and other professionals involved in the conservation of historic buildings...

23 January 2013

Conserving your Dublin Period House – IGS Lecture Series

The Irish Georgian Society and Dublin City Council presents a twelve-week lunchtime lecture series. Lectures take place from 1pm to 2pm on Tuesdays in February, March & April 2013 at 63 Merrion Square....

11 October 2012

Irish Georgian Society announce winners of Drawing Awards 2012

The Irish Georgian Society has announced the winners of its Architectural Conservation and Drawing Awards, 2012. The awards are an annual scheme to encourage greater appreciation of Ireland’s built heritage and the work...

10 August 2012

Irish Georgian Society believes Merrion Square tourism initiative undermined by bus parking

The Irish Georgian Society welcomes Fáilte Ireland’s new initiative for Merrion Square which aims to promote it “as a unique and vibrant cultural destination and tourist attraction”. However, the Society contends that this...

14 March 2012

Irish Georgian Society announces new President

At the Annual Meeting of the Irish Georgian Society on 14th March, acting-President Professor Kevin B. Nowlan announced the appointment of Patrick Guinness as new President of the Irish Georgian Society. Prof. Nowlan...

06 October 2011

Conserving your Dublin Period House Lectures

The Irish Georgian Society and Dublin City Council has assembled a team of leading conservation experts to deliver a lecture series on the significance of Dublin’s period houses and practical information on their...

05 October 2011

IGS announce Conservation and Original Drawing Awards

Prof. Kevin B. Nowlan, vice-President of the IGS, and Dr. Edward McParland together announced at a ceremony in the Irish Architectural Archive that Russborough, Co. Wicklow was the winner of the Irish Georgian...

28 April 2011

Conservation once again

The Irish Georgian Society, flush with the success of its first architectural conservation awards last year, is inviting architects who’ve worked on historic buildings to submit their projects for scrutiny again this year....

21 February 2011

Conserving your Dublin Period House

A team of leading conservation experts, a number of them from Dublin City Council’s Heritage and Conservation Offices, have been assembled to deliver a lunchtime lecture series on the understanding and care of...

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