Seeing Ireland is funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, as part of the Decade of Centenaries Programme. Designed and delivered by Dr Billy Shortall and Dr Ciaran O’Neill, the project is supported by Trinity Long Room Hub, and hosted by Trinity College Dublin. The project is one strand of a wider multi-partner project, States of Modernity: Forging Ireland in Paris 1922 | 2022. Full information on these events is available at www.dfa.ie/statesofmodernity
Partners in this exploration of the forging of modern Ireland and Irish identity include:
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The project is grateful for the help and support of many people, including in no particular order, the design and technical team at Noho Ltd., Dublin. Logan Sisley and Philip Roe, Hugh Lane Gallery. Michael Waldron, Crawford Gallery. Louise Morgan, National Gallery of Ireland. Cheryl Snay and Bridget O'Brien Hoyt, Snit Museum of Art. Daniel Paul McDonald, The Model Sligo. Marty Fahey, The O’Brien Collection. Chris Walsh, IVARO. Stephen Weir, NMNI. Kevin Byrne and Sara Keating, Irish Consulate Chicago. Eugene Downes, Department of Foreign Affairs. Mary Hendriksen, Notre Dame University. Nora Hickey M'Sichili, Centre Culturel Irlandais. Peter Lamb. Michael McDowell. Hilary Pyle. David Britton and Karen Reihill. Paul Larmour. The artists’ estates.