Author: <span class="vcard">Michele Castiaux</span>

What? Lecture Title: ‘New insights into the colour of fossil animals’ Who? Our Eminent Lecturer: Dr Maria McNamara, UCC Where? M. Synge Lecture Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin When? Wednesday 28th February, 2018 from 6pm Why should I go? Have you ever wondered what colours dinosaurs really were? Or what colours the first feathers on Earth were? Do you like fossils? Would you…

Read More POSTPONED (date TBC): IGA Lecture Especially for School Students, TCD 28th February 2018 Dr. Maria McNamara (UCC)

Picture: Jupiter saved Earth from fragmented Comet Shoemaker—Levy 9, 1994 BARRY LONG   ̶ Biography (in his own words!) Late Holocene, born close to London. School, primary and secondary. University, BSc. Diamond exploration W. Africa. University again, MSc. GSI 30 years Joined IGA. Diverse Dalradian studies with much field work. Uranium projects. European Science Committee for Ocean Drilling Program. Diamond;…

Read More Lecture: “Planet Earth; our Hazardous Home” Talk by Barry Long – The 14th February 2018

Workshop Leader: our fantastic artist is Shevaun Doherty Biography: Shevaun Doherty is a botanical artist, natural history illustrator and art tutor living in Dublin. She’s very inspired by the natural world and enjoys the quiet meditation that painting from nature brings. She paints from life, usually plants and seeds that she has collected on her travels, but the occasional bug…

Read More G.V. du Noyer Deluxe I.G.A. Geological Painting Weekend: 9-11th February 2018