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Castletown,Co. Kildare. Photo by Anne BradyCastletown,Co. Kildare. Photo by Anne Brady
Date:Tuesday 06 October 2020 - Tuesday 01 December 2020
Time:6.30pm - 7.30pm
Cost:The cost for all lectures €127.98
Location:IGS's City Assembly House
The Irish Georgian Society, in association with the Centre for the Study of Irish County Houses & Estates, Maynooth University, presents Irish Country House Architecture.
Over nine consecutive weeks, drawing on new research, academics and authors will explore the stylistic development of Ireland’s country houses, and explain who commissioned, designed and built these houses that arguably form the most impressive building typology of Ireland’s architectural heritage.
Programme - Irish Country House Architecture Lecture Series
Tuesday 6 October: 17th Century Jacobean Country House (Portumna Castle, Rathfarnham Castle, Jigginstown) by Dr Jane Fenlon, Independent Scholar.
Tuesday 13 October: The Post-Restoration Country House (Beaulieu House, Stackallan, Mount Ievers Court, Eyre Court, Damer House, Doneraile, Kilmacurragh) by Dr Andrew Tierney, Irish Research Council Laureate Project Fellow, Department of the History of Art and Architecture, Trinity College Dublin.
Tuesday 20 October: Early Palladian Country House (Castletown, Bellamont Forest, Stillorgan Park, Summerhill, Castle Hume) by Dr Melanie Hayes, Irish Research Council Advanced Laureate Project Fellow, Department of the History of Art and Architecture, Trinity College Dublin.
Tuesday 27 October: Later Palladian Country House (Richard Castle’s Belvedere, Carton, Powerscourt, Russborough and Davis Ducart’s Kilshannig and Castletown Cox) by Dr Christine Casey, Professor in Architectural History, Department of the History of Art and Architecture, Trinity College Dublin.
Tuesday 3 November: Neo-Classical Country House (Abbeyleix, Castle Coole, Curraghmore, Westport, Headfort) by Dr Conor Lucey, Assistant Professor in Architectural History, School of Art History and Cultural Policy, UCD.
Tuesday 10 November: Regency Gothic Revival Country House (Slane Castle, Charleville Castle, Birr Castle, Tullynally, Lough Cutra, Knockdrin, Killeen Castle) by Dr Judith Hill, Independent Scholar.
Tuesday 17 November: Regency Classical Italianate County House (Lyons, Mount Stewart, Fota, Lissadell, Barons Court) by Frank Keohane, Independent Scholar.
Tuesday 24 November: Victorian Country House: Tudor-Revival and beyond... (Lough Fea House, Crom Castle, Carrigglas Manor, Kilruddery, Castle Leslie) by Dr Myles Campbell, Research & Interpretation Office, National Historic Properties’ Collections, OPW.
Tuesday 1 December: The Irish Country House in the 21st Century: Ruins and restoration by Robert O’Byrne, author.
The lectures will take place in the Knight of Glin exhibition room at the IGS's City Assembly House over nine consecutive Tuesday evening. The talks will commence at 6.30pm. Doors open at 6pm.
On account of social distancing requirements the IGS can only offer a limited number of tickets for the talks in the CAH, these tickets are reserved for IGS members only - this will be verified after purchase.
In the event of the CAH talks being booked out the IGS is offering online whole course bookings at a discounted rate. It is also possible to book for individual virtual talks online.