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Exhibitions in 2011:

12.2011 – 01.2012 - Common Ground
Common Ground: The G.H. Mumm Exhibition, Twisting Conventions in Fashion & Architecture. Working together, photographer Rich Gilligan and stylist Aisling Farinella took the work of six Irish fashion designers and found a range of buildings and inspiring architectural spaces that relate to their work visually and conceptually; they created a stunning photographic exhibition that linked fashion and architecture

11-12.2011 - RIAI Travelling Scholarship Awards & Exhibition
Ceremony and exhibition of the RIAI’s Student Travelling Scholarship Awards 2011; this exhibition of student work from colleges throughout the country was opened by Paul Keogh, RIAI President.

11.2011 - Parnell Street East: A Vision of an Historic City Centre Street
As part of ‘Innovation Dublin’ the launch and exhibition of the Dublin Civic Trust’s thought- provoking report, on future possibilities for Parnell Street East; the exhibition was opened by Ali Grehan, Dublin City Architect.

09.2011 - Liam McCormick: Seven Donegal Churches
The architect Liam McCormick (1916-1997) lived all his life in Greencastle; in his lifetime he designed and built more than 25 churches in Ireland and England, seven of which are in his home county of Donegal This exhibition of. Fleming Rassmussen’s photographs of McCormick’s Donegal Churches was curated by Carole Pollard and launched by Liz McManus, former TD and architect.

07.2011 - Bleak Beauty
As part of PhotoIreland Festival 2011, an exhibition of Eugene Langan’s photographs of Bull Island and its environs; exhibition opened by the artist Brian Maguire.

06.2011 - Architectural Association of Ireland Awards 2011
Ceremony and Exhibition of the AAI Awards for Excellence in Architectural Design. The exhibition was opened by Ruairi Quinn, Minister for Eduction.

04.2011 - Shadowland Revisited
Shadowland examined the future for Ireland’s built environment in the shadow of NAMA Two years on, nothing much has changed for the future of the built environment in Ireland, or has it? The exhibition was opened by economist Constantin Gurdgiev.

03.2011 - Charity Photography Auction and Exhibition
An auction and exhibition on behalf of St Vincent de Paul of work of different photographers.

02.2011 - The Venice Project
An exhibition of Venice-based projects by 5th Year students at Dublin School of Architecture, DIT; opened by Professor Alistair Rowan.

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