Today in Dublin the official opening of our outdoor exhibition 'After the Great War' will be held in National Museum of Ireland - Collins Barracks.
The event will bring together many distinguished guests. We will be honoured to welcome Councillor Joe Costello (Deputy Lord Mayor of Dublin), Minister Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk (Secretary of State for Europe, Polish Community Abroad, Public and Cultural Diplomacy, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland), H.E. Anna Sochańska (Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to Ireland), Lynn Scarff (Director of the National Museum of Ireland), Dr. Audrey Whitty (Deputy Director of the National Museum of Ireland & Head of Collections and Learning), Barbara Walshe (Chair of the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation), Prof. Matthias Weber (Chairman of the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity’ Steering Committee, Director of the The Federal Institute for Culture and History of the Germans in Eastern Europe) and Rafał Rogulski (Director of the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity).
The exhibition is open for vistors for free, every day until 14 June.
Following the official opening of the display, an open public panel discussion ‘A New Europe 1918/1923–2022: Memory and Challenges’ will be held at 5 pm (CEST). You can watch it via online transmission on our Facebook and YouTube channel.
Local partners of this edition are: Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, National Museum of Ireland and Polish Embassy Dublin.