Friday January 24, 2020

Alison Conneely is threading the needle

A new exhibition explores the theme of collective identity, taking inspiration from the women of 1916

6th November, 2016
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‘Domestic Currency’: the home as revolution office Fabrics: oyster linen and maize cream wool

The idea of collective identity is explored at The Shuttle Hive, a new exhibition at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks.

Where spring saw marching, movement and major public commemorations, centennial reflections have taken on a new mood as the year draws to a close.

Now, we’re encountering quieter, more meditative conversations and collaborations, a highlight of which is a new exhibition curated by Alison Conneely.

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