- Colman’s Burren hermitage
- A snippet from the Great Ólochlainn Clan Gathering of 1995
- Fever Pitch, by Ben Bares
- Irish Harps, old & new
- Donal’s Book: ‘Egerton 88’
- Reunion August 2020: the Plan
- Skirting around the Burren
- Clan Travel Journals of 1849
- From Petra to Petra Fertilis
- Connecticut Family:
- Images Tell Their Stories!
- The Gate at 90!
- ‘Big John’ – Wisconsin
- USA to the Burren!
- Hurling and Camogie
Tag Archives: arts
Happy 2020 to all readers. We start the year with a classic story about quintessentially Irish music making. Text by Edward OLoghlen. The Irish harp has been inscribed on the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage. The designation recognises the … Continue reading
A Warm Hello to Clan OLochlainn Members: Rita is a US member of the ODaveron clan who has been immersed in both Davern and Burren research for a number of decades, which has included many trips to her ancestral Burren landscape. This … Continue reading
Two Clan members have made the news recently. Our Canadian Editor, Katherine Lochnan A major exhibition organised by the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and the Musée d’Orsay breaks new art historical ground by exploring the mystical experience in nature Mystical Landscapes: Masterpieces … Continue reading
Your humble Hon. Webmaster has an abiding interest in old manuscripts, when people wrote letters and books in beautiful script, before Gutenberg did his thing in the middle of the 15th century. (I am reasonably tech-savvy but still appreciate the days and … Continue reading
Young and old are the beneficiaries of some acclaimed new novels by clan members around the globe. We cannot pretend to know of all such offerings but three excellent new titles have been added to the Publications page: Ann O’Loughlin, The Ballroom … Continue reading
The Gleninsheen Gold Collar, a Burren bronze age treasure (800 BC) By Colm on April 23, 2015 in Archaeology blogs Nearly three thousand years old, the Gleninsheen collar represents one of the great treasures of the Irish Bronze Age. Fashioned … Continue reading
The recent Irish Art Exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago provides a link to two Clan members who lived in 18th century Dublin; Charles and John Jr. Laughlin as well as providing a window towards 18th century Ireland. The Dublin Guild of … Continue reading