The Irish Architecture Foundation and IFI present two walking tours, complemented by film and architectural analysis, exploring the impact of the 1916 Rising on the fabric of Dublin and the post conflict evolution of the city. Both walks begin at the IFI, taking in the IAF on Bachelor’s Walk and the Hugh Lane Gallery, Parnell Square for screenings from the IFI Irish Film Archive.
The walking tours will be conducted by Sunniva O’Flynn, IFI Head of Irish Film Programming, Dr. Ellen Rowley, Irish Research Council EPS Fellow, DCC Heritage + UCD Architecture, and Merlo Kelly, Architect and Architectural Historian.
Presented with the Capstones Shift conference organised by Dublin City Council and UCD Decade of Centenaries, which seeks to explore the impact of conflict on the built environment. See also Germany Year Zero.
All tickets €10. Free List Suspended.