The eighth and final instalment in the Videos for Lockdown series celebrates the Library’s 250th anniversary.
It was filmed with the help of Living History Interpreter, Isaac Beattie. Isaac re-enacted Georgian life in Armagh at the time of our founder, Archbishop Richard Robinson.
This video was produced with funding from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. It is part of a series of “lockdown videos” on a range of subjects, and for a range of audiences.
With these videos we aim to strengthen our existing links with people and groups, make new connections, and keep our name in people’s minds during lockdown.
We hope to welcome everyone back when visits and events will be possible once more.
Do have a look at our other Videos for Lockdown:
- Making Illustrations (Under 5s)
- Playful Museums Festival (Under 5s)
- Storytelling (P1-P4)
- Science Festival (P1-P7)
- Morning on the Hill (P3-P7)
- Music (Adults)
- Poetry (Adults)
- 250th anniversary (Adults and Children)
We hope that you have enjoyed watching the Videos for Lockdown. May it not be long before you can visit us in person!