#event…’Going Public: Late Victorian Women, Identity and Space’

Dr Lynne Walker of the Institute of Historical Research ‘Going Public: Late Victorian Women, Identity and Space’ 6.00, 13 March in TRIARC (The Irish Art Research Centre, TCD), Provost’s Stables (go to Arts Block, basement level, to the back of the building, out the back door and follow signs). Lynne Walker set up and nowContinue reading “#event…’Going Public: Late Victorian Women, Identity and Space’”

#fridayfocus… Goodbye to the Creation Arcade (1959-2013)

Yesterday, demolition was the fate of Dublin’s first, and once premier shopping arcade, as seen in this post from Broadsheet. Officially opened on the 3 December 1959 by the then Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor P.A Brady, T.D. A full report of it’s building, opening and facilities was given in the eponymous magazine, Creation, The Magazine of FashionContinue reading “#fridayfocus… Goodbye to the Creation Arcade (1959-2013)”