An open book - on the right hand side, a coloured drawing of a man and woman, and on the left, handwritten text.
Henry Perronet Briggs (1791-1844) from the Crofton Croker Album, Crofton Croker Archive Collection, ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art, National Gallery of Ireland.Credit

Online talk

Heritage Week event | Library Lates: Glamour and Governance

19 August 18.00 - 18.45

Location
Online (via ZOOM)
Admission

Free, but pre-booking required. 

Email [email protected] to secure a place.

Explore costume in the Gallery’s Library & Archives collections, viewed through a special Glamour and Governance lens.

Join Adrian le Harivel, curator of our current exhibition, Glamour and Governance, and Donna Rose (Fellow, ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art) for this special Heritage Week 2021 event as they share selected dress examples from paintings, illustrations from the archives, and rare books.

This event is part of ‘Library Lates’, a series of informal talks and workshops highlighting materials from the Library and Archives of the National Gallery of Ireland. These free, after-hours events are currently taking place through Zoom.

The event is free but booking is required. To reserve your place, email [email protected].
Ticket holders will be notified of the Zoom details via email 24 hours in advance.
We look forward to seeing you there!

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