Share your teacher story! #ITeachAbroad
Irish educators have been changing the landscape of education worldwide for generations and this is a tradition that continues to this day. With more opportunities available than ever before, teaching abroad offers more scope to travel, integrate within new cultures and discover new skills.
To accompany our exhibition ‘Irish Educators Abroad’ we are collecting stories from Irish teachers working abroad today. We want to hear about your unique experience and why you chose to teach abroad and we’ll share your story with the world. So whether you’re teaching Maths in Chile or English in Dubai, then we’d love to hear from you.
While the likes of Dublin Zoo, The National Botanic Gardens and Arbour Hill Cemetery are already welcoming visitors, indoor attractions are getting ready to reopen throughout the month of May. Here’s our round-up of what’s opening, when and which venues require a...
At EPIC, the well being and safety of our visitors and staff is our priority. In accordance with Irish Government and Health Safety Executive recommendations on COVID-19, including the Fáilte Ireland COVID-19 Safety Charter, we have implemented the following measures.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum invites people of Irish heritage all over the world to bring their family name back to Irish shores to celebrate St Patrick’s Day this year.
With children of all ages studying from home once again, we decided to pull together some of the free educational resources available from Ireland’s top museums and cultural venues. These 20 museum websites offer plenty of ways to engage students and make most of e-learning!
We’re delighted to partner with The Sunday Times and contribute to The Children’s Times, a new supplement starting this Sunday 14th February, and running for the next few weeks.
Although Irish museums have closed their doors once again, this is a great time to discover what they have to offer online. Collections from the likes of IMMA and The Hugh Lane can be browsed on their websites. While Marsh’s Library and the Library of Trinity...
We are delighted to be announced as a Sandford Award Winner. The Sandford Award has celebrated and promoted high quality in heritage education since 1978 and is the only scheme in existence able to provide independent quality assurance to sites that run formal education programmes.
We are proud to announce that EPIC has once again been voted Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction at the annual World Travel Awards, Europe’s most prestigious honours programme in travel and tourism.
We are delighted to announce Dr Maurice J. Casey as our new Historian-in-Residence. In his new role, which is funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Dr Casey will carry out pioneering research in the field of migration and diaspora studies.
Here at EPIC, we all meet once a week over Zoom to chat about what’s happening in the museum and to keep each other up to speed on various museum projects. Last week, however, we decided to change things up a bit and asked everyone to share what book they’re reading...
Enjoy a tour of our museum from your home! We’ve created a special virtual tour of our museum you can enjoy on mobile, desktop or in VR. Click to see more.