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The National Museum of Ireland Is Collecting Artwork From The Abortion Referendum

By Jen

June 15, 2018 at 12:39pm


This is a great idea.

The National Museum of Ireland has begun to preserve the artwork created by both sides during the Eighth Amendment campaign.

After the vote, Brenda Malone, one of the curators of the National Museum, took to Twitter to ask people for artwork, banners and posters for the collection.

Some people got back to her with some really creative signs.

Recently, she tweeted saying she was still "filling the gaps" of the collection.

Do you have anything that you'd be willing to part with?

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