If you’d like to learn more about Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum of Fairfield or support efforts to bring The Collection to its new home in Fairfield, please visit their website IGHMF.org. Working Together we can create a permanent space for these treasured artifacts.
Ryan Mahoney Joins Team at Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum of Fairfield, Inc.
Ryan Mahoney will assist with planning and exhibition of IGHM collection from Quinnipiac University. Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum of Fairfield, Inc., established by members of the Gaelic-American Club in Fairfield, CT, is excited to announce that longtime museum professional Ryan Mahoney will be joining the association as an advisor. Mahoney most recently served as the […]
Community Support for Museum’s Move to Fairfield
St. Patrick’s GAA Club, Fairfield CT IRELAND’S GREAT HUNGER MUSEUM TREASURES SAVED Saving Art Treasures Critically Important to the Irish Community Fairfield, Connecticut. March 3, 2022 – St. Patrick’s GAA Club welcomes the transfer of the collection from Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum to the Gaelic American Club in Fairfield, Connecticut. “This is terrific opportunity to […]
The Irish-American Community of Connecticut has saved Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum Collection
Ireland’s Great Hunger Collection will be transferred by Quinnipiac University to the Newly formed Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum of Fairfield (IGHMF). This means that the Collection, which tells a story not only at the heart of Irish identity and history, but also American history, will be in the custody of and shared widely by the Irish-American […]
Fantastic Start to Fundraising Efforts for Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum of Fairfield, INC
(Left to right) John Foley President of Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum of Fairfield, Inc. Amy O’Shea Vice President of Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum of Fairfield, Inc. Connecticut State Senator Tony Hwang Dr. Christine Kinealy PhD founding director of Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute Gerry Forde President of the Gaelic-American Club. The Ancient Order of Hibernians hosted […]