Exhibitions

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Print, Protest & the Polls: Suffrage and the Picture Postcard

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In the twentieth century women’s suffrage campaign, print media was used as an effective medium to spread the message of the suffrage campaign, as well as a tool by suffrage opponents to criticise the movement. Print provided a valuable public voice to suffragists, helping the voices of the suffrage campaign to become stronger and more visible in a large public arena for one of the first times.
The introduction and overview page for the Print, Protest & the Polls exhibition is here.
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The Irish Women’s Suffrage Movement, 1908 – 1918

A second wave of suffrage activism emerged in Ireland in the early 1900s, headed by several young women who had benefitted from advances in female educational opportunities. Developments on a more international scale, such as the formation of the radical English Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU), also influenced this second generation of Irish suffragists.

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This section of the Green Sleeves exhibition draws together a range of different musical areas, including céilí, traditional, folk and classical....

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NCAD’s Graduate Showcase 2021 will bring together the work of all of its final-year and postgraduate students from Thursday 24 June. This year’s event will combine NCAD Works 2021, the college’s digital platform where all the graduates’ work can be experienced, with a range of...