Putting Merrion Square back on the cultural map

Grainne Millar founded the Merrion Square Innovation Network in 2012

11th December, 2016
Grainne Millar of the Merrion Square Innovation NetworkAllen Kiely

Merrion Square, one of Ireland’s most intact Georgian squares, could become Dublin’s answer to New York’s Bryant Park if Grainne Millar has her way.

Millar founded the Merrion Square Innovation Network in 2012 with the help of €100,000 in funding from Fáilte Ireland, then brought together representatives of the National Gallery, the Merrion Hotel and the Goethe Institut to help develop the square as a cultural destination.


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