Green Sleeves - An Exhibition of the Irish Printed Album Cover

This exhibition features album covers by Irish musicians printed and designed in Ireland from the 1950s until present day.

This exhibition includes examples from a broad range of musical genres – classical, traditional, show band, pop, jazz, rock and punk, as well as cultural, educational and religious records. It also examines aspects of Irish cultural, social and political identity promoted or projected through these albums. A section of the exhibition considers depictions of Ireland on albums produced abroad as well as a sampling of albums produced by Irish artists and musicians who left Ireland and went to the UK or US. 


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Spread the Word


05 May to 01 October 2017


National Print Museum, Beggars Bush Barracks, Haddington Road, Dublin 4



Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 09.00-17.00 | Saturday – Sunday 14.00-17.00 | closed bank holiday weekends.

Further Information

Leo McNamee

Suitability for families


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