Modern Wife, Modern Life Exhibition

An exhibition exploring housewives and domesticity in 1960s' Ireland as seen through the pages of women's magazines. Running at the National Print Museum of Ireland between August and October 2015.
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Journalist Luke Byrne writes about the exhibition in today's Evening Herald newspaper (23 October 2014).

Journalist Luke Byrne writes about the exhibition in the Evening Herald newspaper, 23 October

Journalist Luke Byrne writes about the exhibition in the Evening Herald newspaper, 23 October 2014.

Journalist Luke Byrne writes about the exhibition in the Evening Herald newspaper, 23 October

Woman's Choice magazine, 4 March 1969. An example of the content of women's magazines that will be on display at the exhibition at the National Print Museum of Ireland.

Woman's Choice magazine, 4 March An example of the content of women's magazines that will be on display at the exhibition at the National Print Museum of Ireland.

Woman's Way magazine, 25 July 1969. An example of the type of advertisements that will be on display at the exhibition at the National Print Museum of Ireland.

Woman's Way magazine, 25 July An example of the type of advertisements that will be on display at the exhibition at the National Print Museum of Ireland.

Article about the exhibition on TheJournal.ie: 'Women’s magazines sowed the seed of feminism in Ireland'.

A new exhibition looking at the influence of women’s magazines is appealing to the public to come forward with their mementos and memories from the era.

Visit the exhibition website for further details: http://modernwifemodernlifeexhibition.com

Visit the exhibition website for further details: http://modernwifemodernlifeexhibition.com

On the afternoon of 22 October 2014, I joined Barbara Scully on Dublin South FM‘s The Hen House to discuss the exhibition (and the position of women in twentieth century Ireland more generally).

On the afternoon of 22 October I joined Barbara Scully on Dublin South FM‘s The Hen House to discuss the exhibition (and the position of women in twentieth century Ireland more generally).

Rewards for supporting the exhibition on crowd-funding website, Fund It.  Visit: http://fundit.ie/project/modern-wife-modern-life-exhibition

Rewards for supporting the exhibition on crowd-funding website, Fund It. Visit: http://fundit.ie/project/modern-wife-modern-life-exhibition


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