Bianconi Film Launched in Clonmel’s Historic Town Hall

On Monday 20th May, Mayor Cllr. Richie Molloy presided over the film premier of Charles Bianconi, which was directed and produced by Oliver Fallen and Bailey and Blake Productions. The project was supported by the Heritage Office, Roisin O’ Grady and funded by The Heritage Council. The keynote speaker was the former Director of the National Museum of Ireland. Also, in attendance was Mary Cahill, former Antiquities Keeper, National Museum of Ireland, Donal Ryan President Clonmel Archaeological & History Society, PJ O’ Meara Cahir Archaeological Society and Marie McMahon Curator Tipperary museum of Hidden History.

Tipperary Museum OPEN CALL for Public Programming Artists
To devise and deliver a series of children’s workshops in the Museum between October 2023 and September 2024.

Tipperary Museum is a Local Authority Museum, based in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary. The Museum has a collection of approx. 25,000 artefacts related to the history and heritage of Tipperary, its people, places and events. The Museum wishes to increase its programme of children’s workshops inspired by the Museum’s collection, seasons, traditions, calendar customs and national events.

We need your help!

Tipperary Museum of Hidden History is developing a new five-year strategy to shape its long-term direction and to strengthen community engagement and the tourism offering. Tipperary Museum of Hidden History is part of the Culture Unit of Tipperary County Council and we are inviting you to share your views with us on your experience of the museum and how we should prioritise our work over the next five years.‍ The survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete.‍ We look forward to hearing from you. You can look up our facebook posts for link to survey or our website.

Tipperary Museum Curator Marie McMahon is the new Chairperson of the Local Authority Museums' Network
Ambitious New Inclusivity Plans for Local Museums

An exciting new vision for the future of our country’s story and how we can experience it has been launched by the Local Authority Museums Network (LAMN). The new 2022-2026 strategy sees the LAMN embracing the communities that they serve, ensuring the stories they tell reflect the community as a whole and are accessible by all.