Digging the Monto: An archaeology of tenement life and the 1913 Lockout
October 23, 2012 § 1 Comment
Occurring at The LAB, the Arts Office of Dublin City Council, an exhibition will open this Thursday, October 25th and continue until November 10th.
‘Drawing on the results of recent archaeological excavations undertaken by a community archaeology group led by Dr Thomas Kador, the show will feature a variety of visual displays including old photographs from the area, artefacts, and historical census records’
The exhibition is accompanied by a number of free talks, a walking tour and discussions focusing on Dublin tenement life, the 1913 Lockout, and the proposed commemorations for the forthcoming centenary. Included in this programme on the opening night is a panel discussion titled
From the Lockout to the Rising and the Treaty: (How) should we commemorate?
It is chaired by Charles Duggan (Dublin City Council) / Padraig Yeates (Lockout Historian) / Pat Cooke (University College Dublin) / Mary Muldowney (Trinity College Dublin) / Roisin Higgins (Boston College) and the curator of this project, Helen Carey (Limerick City Gallery)
The discussion begins at 6pm and further information can be found here.
Tagged: Commemorating the Lockout, Dr. Thomas Kador, Dublin City Council, Helen Carey, Padraig Yeates, The LAB
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