Celebrate the exhibition Print, Protest and the Polls: The Irish suffrage campaign and the power of print media at the National Print Museum. This exhibition commemorates the centenary of the first female vote in Ireland through exploration of the use of print media by the Irish suffragists, and their opponents, in their methods of promotion and protest.
Pull a print of a letterpress keepsake inspired by the Votes for Women campaign of the early 20th century and have your voice heard by creating your own campaign poster. You will also have the opportunity to see demonstrations of the Museum’s collection by retired printers and typesetters. The Museum will also be popping up at Dollards & Co. Food Hall and Deli, which is set on the ground floor of the historic Dollard Printing House.
Time: 6pm - 9pm
Address: Garrison Chapel, Beggars Bush Barracks, Dublin 4
Phone: 01 660 3770