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As part of the Eastside Arts Festival, PRONI is delighted to host a joint presentation by Lynsey Gillespie and Jason Bourke on 7 August 2019.

Lynsey and Jason will explore hidden stories from the archives of the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland and the Linen Hall Library. They will discuss the curation of sister exhibitions, In Her Words and Anonymous was a Woman which were launched earlier in the year.
Lynsey is currently the curatorial lead on Making the Future at PRONI, responsible for curating In Her Words, and programme of engagement. Jason has been a regular contributor to Eastside Arts Festival and is the community engagement officer on Making the Future at the Linen Hall Library, responsible for the curation of Anonymous was a Woman.
This talk is part of the Eastside Arts Festival 2019 which takes place from 1-11 August.
Wed, 07 Aug 2019
1:00pm to 2:00pm

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