Digging the Monto: An archeology of tenement life and the 1913 lockout is an exhibition and residency by Dr Thomas Kador with support from the Heritage Council featuring collections from Terry Fagan and Martin Coffey that will be held in The LAB from 25th October.
Free Programme of Talks & Lectures
From the Lockout to the Rising and the Treaty: (How) should we commemorate?
Thursday 25th October 6pm
Chaired by Charles Duggan (Dublin City Council) / Padraig Yeates (Lockout Historian) / Pat Cooke (UCD) / Mary Muldowney (Centre for Contemporary Irish History, TCD) / Roisin Higgins (Boston College), Helen Carey (Limerick City Gallery)
Thursday 1st November 6pm
Chris Corlett (National Monuments Service): Darkest Dublin / Catriona Crowe (National Archives): The 1911 Census
The Lockout and the Monto
Tuesday 6th November 6pm
Chaired by Dr Lisa Godson (NCAD/GradCam) / Padraig Yeats: The assault on Corporation Buildings / Terry Fagan: Oral histories of the Lockout
Monto Walking Tour
Saturday 10th November 11am and 1pm
With Terry Fagan at 11am followed by the Closing Celebration with Charles Duggan, Heritage Officer, DCC at 1pm
Contact The LAB (01) 222 5455 for booking details.
Ground Floor & First Floor Galleries, The LAB, Foley Street, Dublin 1.
Exhibition Open 10am – 5pm Daily (closed Sundays).