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Collections in Focus
The Heritage Collections and Digitisation Team hosts an annual program of digital projects. This includes in-house digitisation and publication of existing collections, as well as collaborations with academics and researchers.
Our diverse annual program focuses on digitising and publishing existing collections within our facilities. This preserves their essence in the digital realm while making them accessible to a wider audience.
We also prioritize partnerships with academics and researchers, extending the impact of our work beyond our organization. These collaborations contribute to academic discourse and enrich our projects, fostering a deeper understanding of various subjects.
The Gaelic League
The archive of The Gaelic League, Ireland’s oldest Irish language organisation, has been catalogued and launched by University of Galway
Galway Arts Festival
The GIAF archive is unique resource that allows access to years and decades of festival memories and objects which can remind us all of the first events we went to
Beauty Queen of Leenane
The Beauty Queen of Leenane is a 1996 dramatic play by Martin McDonagh which was premiered by the Druid Theatre Company in Galway, Ireland
This online exhibition is a re-working of the physical exhibition, Interpreting Landscape: Tim Robinson and the West of Ireland
In the US Archives, we illustrate the long and varied history of cultural, social, and political exchange between Ireland and America
Good Friday Agreement
The agreement marked the culmination of extensive multi-party talks, involving eight political parties or groupings