The Living Language
Reflecting on the central place of the Irish language in the ideals of the Revolutionary Generation and celebrating the language throught a diverse programme of events.
‘Athbheochan na Gaeilge agus 1916’
Available now from Oifig na Gaeilge, Kerry County Council, County Buildings, Tralee.
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‘Athbheochan na Gaeilge agus 1916’ is an excellent display developed by Conradh na
Gaeilge that portrays the fall and rise of the Irish Language from the time of the Great
Famine through to 1916. The display consists of 13 multicoloured pop‐up stands that storyboard the period of the Gaelic Revolution in Ireland and the Revival of the Irish Language.
It has been purchased by Kerry County Council’s Oifig na Gaeilge, for display around Kerry as part of 2016 Centenary Commemoration. Festivals, Libraries, Schools & Community Groups who are interested in availing of this unique display, will be responsible for erecting, taking down and the safe maintenance of the display. This display takes up approx. 50 feet of wall space and groups should ensure they have sufficient space to properly display it.