Remembering the Easter Rising:

Historical Context and Cultural Legacy

 

Dedicated to the Memory of William H. O’Brien McClelland Library Co-Chair and Arizona’s most loved Irish Cowboy

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Remembering the Easter Rising: Historical Context and Cultural Legacy is an exhibit that explores Irish history from the 17th Century through modern times. The exhibit will give visitors a brief overview of many major topics in Irish history as well as analyses of Irish history in direct relation to the 1916 Easter Rising.

The exhibit contains many artifacts in addition to reading material and an interactive component. We ask that visitors allow themselves at least an hour to experience the exhibit in full. The exhibit will be open to the public all of the McClelland Library’s normal opening hours from October 13th 2015 through June of 2017.

Tickets are available online and in person. If you purchase tickets online please bring your receipt as proof of purchase for admission.

Educator Guides Coming soon…
To schedule a visit for your class or group to our exhibit, please call us with 24 hours notice so we can guarantee accommodations for groups with 10 or more individuals.

On October 13, 2015 the McClelland Library debuted it’s first self developed and curated exhibit Remembering the Easter Rising: Historical Context and Cultural Legacy in honor of the centennial of the 1916 Easter Rising.

For more information about the exhibit please see the following: Press Release or contact us at 602.864.2351 or email.

Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

To learn more about the individuals and organizations that made Remembering the Easter Rising: Cultural Legacy and Historical Context possible and for more information on becoming a sponsor please call 602.258.0109 or email info@azirish.org.

Sponsorship Brochure (pdf)

Consul General of Ireland Philip Grant, Norman McClelland Co-Chair of the McClelland Library, and Paul Ahern ICLF President