The exhibition includes fossils on loan from the Geological Museum in Trinity College Dublin, including Ireland’s oldest fossil.
As part of the exhibition, there are a number of talks.
The talk on November 21 is entitled “Geology & Photography – the work of John Joly” and will be given by Professor Patrick Wyse Jackson.
The Little Museum of Dublin is located at 15 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
You can find more information and purchase tickets HERE.
Tickets for each evening cost €20. This includes both talks that evening and a glass of wine.
Full programme of talks below:
Tuesday 21 November 5.30pm – 8.00pm
Professor Patrick Wyse Jackson –
"Geology and Photography, the work of John Joly"
Professor Brendan Kelly -
"Grangegorman and the Dublin Asylums: Learning from the History of our Forgotten Psychiatric Institutions"
Tuesday 28 November 5.30pm – 8.00pm
Professor Peter Gallagher –
"Dunsink Observatory and Ireland’s contributions to astronomy"
Discussion with Clodagh Finn, Dr Mary McAuliffe and Dr Claire O’Connell –
"Women in Irish Science and Technology"
Image: The Little Museum of Dublin