Pearse’s philosophy of education is informed by one simple idea: the necessity for a secure sense of identity.
Fuair gach meánscoil cuireadh teacht go Baile Átha Cliath ar an 7ú lá de Mhárta.
Irish artist Gearoid O’Dea has installed a 35 foot street art installation inspired by the Women of 1916, with the piece being unveiled on International Women’s Day.
The part played by women in the fight for Irish Independence has not been well chronicled. We know that there were women in the GPO in 1916 and that Countess Markievicz was 2IC to Michael Mallin in St Stephen’s Green.
It would have been tempting to write the book as a version of the history of the Abbey as a centre of patriotism, a hotbed of radicals and rebels.
Beauty and personal sovereignty – every moment spent in acknowledging beauty is an act of liberation: It is the act of breaking down the walls that separate us from beauty that truly releases us to experience freedom.
Bill was a born actor. He loved centre-stage, was hugely generous, and was willing to take his talents into quite recondite places….
Event: LFAR National Republican Constitutional Convention Dinner Date: Thursday 14th April 2016 Venue: Celtic Club – 320 Queen St, Melbourne @ 6:30pm Cost/RSVP: $50 inc Entree & Dinner or free with no dinner. Pay on night or via TryBooking Further Information:firstname.lastname@example.org or call Daniel White on 0400945239 LFAR National Dinner 2016 (2) LFAR is proud to host our inaugural …
Bloomsday in Melbourne’s A Terrible Beauty: Poetry of the Easter Rising will be a poetry reading with musical accompaniment. It features poems by the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising, as well as poems about them by their friends, with dramatic biographical accounts interwoven through the readings. Directed and MC’d by Liam Gillespie, with cast including: Renee Huish, …
22nd Australasian Irish Studies Conference.