Bloomsday2023James Joyce,

Ulysses. James Joyce. 2023 Young Writers annual Competition from the Museum of Childhood Ireland and Marsh’s Library Dublin.  The Museum of Childhood Ireland and Marsh’s Library, Dublin are delighted to announce that our finalists in the Bloomsday Young Writers Competition 2023 are!… 🎉 Sinéad, age 18, Co Dublin Wai Man, age 16, Dublin Angel, age… Continue reading Bloomsday2023James Joyce,

Dante to Joyce

From 2023-2024+ To celebrate both Dante Day or Dantedi and Bloomsday we’ve developed another first, a lovely Irish-Italian collaborative project on Dante Alighieri and James Joyce for young children in both countries. The project is a collaborative concept and initiative of the Museum of Childhood  Ireland and Tortorelle school, Agrigento.  Dante Majella McAllister, and Sonia… Continue reading Dante to Joyce

Bloomsday 2022 Centenary Writing Competition(BC)

Winner and Runners-Up 1st Place: Angel, Age 15, St. Thomas Catholic College, Sri Lanka. 2nd Place: Alex, Age 13, Tipperary, Ireland. 3rd Place: Ruairí, Age15, Dublin, Ireland. Shortlisted Authors (Alphabetical Order) Arty, Age 12, St Columbas NS, Dublin, Ireland. Juliette, Age 9, Kildare, Ireland. Katie, Age 15, Edenderry, Ireland Mark, Age 15, Sri Lanka. Min… Continue reading Bloomsday 2022 Centenary Writing Competition(BC)

James Joyce 20-21 Writing Competition(JJ)

JAMES JOYCE 21 EXHIBITION NOW ONLINE: COMPETITION OUTCOME After an incredibly difficult process, our international judging panel of Joyce experts have made their final decision: HONOURABLE MENTIONS From 6th Class St Columba’s NS, North Strand (in no particular order): Olivia, Joseph, Lina, Adam, Faolán, Arty, Louis, Isaac, James, and Zach. SHORTLISTED AUTHORS From 6th Class… Continue reading James Joyce 20-21 Writing Competition(JJ)

Bloomsday 2020 Teaching James Joyce in Secondary Classrooms

Join us at 7pm GMT (2pm EST) on Bloomsday 2020 for the first event in our Let’s Talk About . . . seminar series: “Teaching Joyce in Secondary Classrooms: A Bloomsday Q&A Session with Dylan Emerick-Brown.” Dylan Emerick-Brown is the English Department Chair at Deltona High School in Florida, where he has taught Joyce’s literature… Continue reading Bloomsday 2020 Teaching James Joyce in Secondary Classrooms

Bloomsday 2017

Joyce and music. Intergenerational, family friendly Bloomsday celebration. Children are especially welcome! You are cordially invited to join Majella and the Museum of Childhood Ireland team for tea, cake and a chat from 11am on the morning of Friday 16th June. We have a gorgeous main display, and several mini displays, focusing on music that… Continue reading Bloomsday 2017