By Brid Frawley, Hunt Museum, 4 minutes to read Keywords: Thoth, Ibis, God of the Moon, Baboon, Ancient Egypt, Seshat, Afterlife, Gods, Goddesses Figure 1: Thoout, Thoth Deux fois Grand, le Second Hermés, N372.2A, Brooklyn Museum, Egyptian art in the Brooklyn Museum Panthéon égyptien by Jean-François Champollion, Drawings of Thoth The Hunt Museum has [...]
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Yesterday the Hunt Museum and Limerick Prison Education Unit took great pleasure in presenting the Bedford Row Project with a cheque for €1500. This will help them cover some of their Children’s Club running costs. This amount was generated in Summer 2018 from the sale of ‘Family Links’ exhibition artworks at the Hunt Museum. [...]
by Grace Cantillon, Hunt Museum 3 minutes to read Keywords: Angel, Stained Glass, Medieval There are over 40 angels in the Hunt Museum Collection. This one, in medieval stained glass, is distinctive in several ways. He is the only angel with a broken wing; he is playing an ancient trumpet, and he is looking wistfully downwards at a scene [...]
Press Release from Hunt Museum, Connecting culture and migration: Europeana Migration Collection Days at the Hunt Museum 30 November - 2 December - A weekend collecting personal objects and stories on migration and celebrating its contribution to our cultural heritage Migration has often been the basis of culture and cultural heritage. It has enriched [...]
by Geraldine Burke, Hunt Museum 3 minutes to read Keywords: Liam MacCarthy Cup, Methers, Loving Cup, Drinking Vessels, Food Storage Methers - Item Codes HCM 221-5 – The Hunt Museum Collection, Limerick, Ireland This fine group is the Hunt Museum's entire holding of methers and is representative of the range of forms and [...]
Get your hands working for heritage Learn 3D Digitising with the Hunt Museum Collection “Sometimes the eye doesn’t see an object’s detail but working with it digitally on a computer screen reveals so much” Volunteer at Training Session for Limerick 3D Project When you look at a Grecian urn or a Bronze [...]
Alas, poor Yorick! Reminders of mortality and sensory overload - skulls and perfume Authors: Jean Tierney & Jill Cousins [...]
An overview of the children’s Stop Motion workshops that created our “Signals of Change” video Three minute read Author: Chelsea Canavan On 23 June, as part of Cruinniú na nÓg, in Limerick, young people age 4 - 12, gathered in the Hunt Museum to collaborate on a stop motion [...]