News from the Museum

Welcome to the second iteration of #OpentheArchives! Over the last few months, MPhil student Margaret Aimar has carefully selected a researched a number of items from our archive. Her focus was 'Irish Leisure through the Decades', leading to a diverse and delightful array of print...

The National Print Museum currently seeks an Assistant Coordinator (one year contract) to support the Culture and Heritage Studies LTI. Interested in working with our small and dynamic team? Read more about the vacancy here. Duties include: - Supporting the coordination of a QQI Level 5 Common...

The National Print Museum is delighted to announce the release of a new print collaboration with singer-songwriter and poet, Imelda May - Beneath the Silken Sun, For Susan and Elizabeth Yeats.  May’s new Sky Arts documentary Lily & Lolly: The Forgotten Yeats Sisters aired on this...

‘Miniature Masterpieces’ at the National Print Museum explores the role of stamps in charting the evolution of Irish cultural identity over the last century Miniature Masterpieces: 100 years of Irish stamps, a joint exhibition between An Post and the National Print Musuem, that celebrates a century of...

Curator, Stephen Ferguson Miniature Masterpieces explores the role of stamps in charting the evolution of Irish cultural identity over the last century A joint exhibition between An Post and the National Print Museum, that celebrates a century of postage stamps in Ireland, was hosted at the National...

Supported by the Night-time Economy Unit of the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, the National Print Museum is delighted to announce a three-part evening programme for September and October. With these events, we look forward to welcoming more people to engage...

100 Years of Irish Stamps Stamps provide a unique perspective on how we see ourselves and how we wish to be seen. As the Decade of Centenaries draws to a close, this exhibition will examine Irish identity through the medium of these little pieces of printed...

To celebrate August Craft Month for families, there will be a new craft activity in the Education Area every week from 8 August until the end of the month. This is free of charge and no booking is necessary! If you're not in Dublin, you can take...

To celebrate August Craft Month, the Naitonal Print Museum is hosting a workshop on the theme of the Yeats Sisters. Participants will work with graphic artist Mary Plunkett and the Museum’s collection of type and printing presses to make a small book in the tradition...

On Friday 30 June, Roddy Doyle launched Strange Types & Odd Sorts, A Peek into the World of Print in Ireland. The collaborative book project between the Museum and Fighting Words can be purchased here Ahead of the launch Roddy Doyle, Harry Havelin and Freddie Snowe...

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