GAA Museum Summer School

Sat Jun 29 2019

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

GAA Museum

Croke Park St Joseph’s Avenue (off the Clonliffe Road) Dublin 3, DUB IE

€31.50

All Ages

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GAA Museum Summer School returns for 2019

The GAA Museum’s 2019 Summer School will take place in Croke Park on Saturday 29th June.

In 2018, Hurling was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, thereby achieving international recognition of hurling as a key element of Ireland’s living heritage to be safeguarded for future generations.
This one-day seminar will look at the origins and evolution of hurling, its decline and revival in the 19th Century and the journey to the UNESCO designation for Ireland’s national game. 

A panel of distinguished speakers, including Dr. Aidan O’Sullivan (UCD) and Professor Pat Dolan (NUIG and UNESCO Chair – Children, Youth and Social Engagement) will present talks and offer insights into the origins and mythology of hurling and how sport can provide the foundation for human and community emancipation.
 
Start time 10am
End time 4pm
Admission €30
Admission is €30 and includes access to all lectures, tea and coffee as well as lunch and entry to the GAA Museum.

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GAA Museum Summer School

Sat Jun 29 2019 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

GAA Museum Dublin 3
GAA Museum Summer School

€31.50 All Ages

GAA Museum Summer School returns for 2019

The GAA Museum’s 2019 Summer School will take place in Croke Park on Saturday 29th June.

In 2018, Hurling was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, thereby achieving international recognition of hurling as a key element of Ireland’s living heritage to be safeguarded for future generations.
This one-day seminar will look at the origins and evolution of hurling, its decline and revival in the 19th Century and the journey to the UNESCO designation for Ireland’s national game. 

A panel of distinguished speakers, including Dr. Aidan O’Sullivan (UCD) and Professor Pat Dolan (NUIG and UNESCO Chair – Children, Youth and Social Engagement) will present talks and offer insights into the origins and mythology of hurling and how sport can provide the foundation for human and community emancipation.
 
Start time 10am
End time 4pm
Admission €30
Admission is €30 and includes access to all lectures, tea and coffee as well as lunch and entry to the GAA Museum.
GAA Museum Summer School

GAA Museum Summer School

Seminar/Lecture

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

All Ages
limit 10 per person
General admission
€30.00 (+ €1.50 Fees)

Delivery Method

eTickets