Yesterday, November 8th, saw the launch of Traces of the Past in its new home in Dublin Airport.  We are delighted that Terminal 1 has opened its doors to the exhibition, allowing us to share our work with the thousands of visitors to Dublin airport over the Christmas period.  It is fitting also, that the exhibition will be available to travellers through the end of The Gathering 2013.

We were honoured that the Minister of State for European Affairs, Paschal Donohue was on hand to talk with us about the exhibition and even showed us where he lived on the aerial image of Dublin!

The exhibit will be in Terminal 1 until January 3rd 2014, open 24 hours!

If you can’t make the exhibition in Dublin Airport, you can view the brochure created for the Dublin Civic Offices stage here or learn more about the Discovery Programme here.


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