Please Support Modern Wife, Modern Life exhibition on Fund It

Modern Wife, Modern Life is my exhibition running at the National Print Museum of Ireland  between August and October 2015. It explores the idea of the ‘modern wife’ in 1960s Ireland as seen through the pages of women’s magazines. Please consider showing your support for the exhibition by donating on Fund It. A private tour for you and two guests, a limited edition booklet, a framed display of your choice once the exhibition ends, and reproduction images are among the rewards on offer for donating to the funding of Modern Wife, Modern Life. Donations start from as little as €10. Details below.

In exchange for your donation, you will receive:

€10 + A thank you in the exhibition leaflet and limited edition booklet, and on the exhibition website.

€20 + A thank you in the exhibition leaflet and limited edition booklet, and on the exhibition website; plus a set of five 6″ x 4.5″ reproduction images.

€30 + A thank you in the exhibition leaflet and limited edition booklet, and on the exhibition website; a set of five 6″ x 4.5″ reproduction images; plus a copy of the exhibition poster.

€45 + A thank you in the exhibition leaflet and limited edition booklet, and on the exhibition website; a set of five 6″ x 4.5″ reproduction images; a copy of the exhibition poster; plus a private tour of the exhibition with me for you and two guests.

€55 + A thank you in the exhibition leaflet and limited edition booklet, and on the exhibition website; a set of five 6″ x 4.5″ reproduction images; a copy of the exhibition poster; plus a signed-copy of the limited edition booklet accompanying the exhibition.

€150 + A thank you in the exhibition leaflet and limited-edition booklet and on the exhibition website; a set of 6″ x 4.5″ reproduction images; a copy of the exhibition poster; and a signed-copy of the limited-edition booklet; and a framed-display of your choice from the exhibition once it ends.

Help Fund 'Modern Wife, Modern Life'.
Help Fund ‘Modern Wife, Modern Life’.

Published by Dr Ciara Meehan

Reader in History at the University of Hertfordshire.

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