The Library of Trinity College Dublin in conjunction with the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is staging an outdoor display, The Library: Minds and Reminds, as part of the Trinity Week Programme of Events (for information on the full programme of events on the theme of “Memory” see the Trinity Week website).
The Library in Trinity is a memory institution not only for the nation but also for the College itself; it is the Library which minds the archives of the University. As part of Trinity Week the Library has drawn on these archives and installed eight posters in Fellows Square at the West end of Campus with images to remind the visitor of how things used to be. For example did you know there was an ancient mulberry tree where the Arts Block now stands or that there is rumoured to be a ghost in the Rubrics?
The display can be found in Fellows Square, opposite the Long Room Hub, from Friday 8 April – noon on Friday 15 April 2016