• Event Type

  • Location

  • Reset

The Friends of the National Collections of Ireland (FNCI) is a charitable body formed in 1924 by the painter Sarah Purser and a group of friends for the purpose of acquiring works of art and objects of historical interest and donating them to national and regional collecting institutions throughout Ireland for the education and enjoyment of the public.

One of the institutions to benefit over the years from the FNCI’s generosity has been the Irish Architectural Archive. On more than twenty occasions, beginning in 1981, the FNCI has assisted the IAA in adding important material to its collections. Items acquired with FNCI assistance have included architectural models, drawings, and engravings, and range in date from the mid-eighteenth to the late-twentieth centuries.

The FNCI at 100

General Info

Event Type(s) Exhibitions
Admission / Cost FREE
More Info iarc.ie/...

Venue / Location

Irish Architectural Archive More Info

Address: Irish Architectural Archive
45 Merrion Square
D02 VY60
view map
Venue URL www.iarc.ie
Venue Instagram @irisharchitecturalarchive
Venue Twitter @arch_archive


Irish Architectural Archive

About The Irish Architectural Archive was established in 1976 to collect and preserve material of every kind relating to the architecture of the entire island of Ireland, and make it available to the public.
Twitter @Arch_Archive

© Copyright 2024 Ireland Architecture Diary.   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms and Conditions   |   Site: ATGS