- National Gallery of Ireland
- National Archives of Ireland
Securing the preservation of records relating to Ireland and providing the opportunities for the public to access these archives.
- Arts Council / An Chomhairle Eala?on
Established to stimulate public interest in and promote the knowledge, appreciation, and practice of the arts.
- James Joyce Centre
Official site for the James Joyce Centre in Dublin, Ireland. Includes biography, notes on Joyce's books, and information on the annual Bloomsday celebration.
- National Theatre Society (2)
- Chester Beatty Library
Houses a collection of Islamic manuscripts, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, and other oriental art.
- International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award
Annual award for literary novels written in the English language or published in English translation.
- Treacy, Philip (3)
- Galway Arts Festival
Annual event. Runs until Sunday 29th July 2001.
- Dublin Theatre Festival
Offering the best in Irish and international theatre.
- CIRCA Art Magazine
Magazine of Ireland's visual arts and culture.
- Art Guide - Britain and Ireland
Comprehensive guide to art, museums, galleries and exhibitions in the U.K. and Ireland.
- Berkeley, George (1685-1753) (4)
- Cork Opera House
Features online booking, a what's on guide, and more.
- Project Arts Centre
Dublin-based arts centre and theatre.
- Dunbrody: Ireland's Historic Emigrant Ship
Replica of the Dunbrody, which carried many emigrants from Ireland to the New World from 1845 to 1870. Includes history, information on tours, and photographs.
- Philosophy at Large
Guide to Philosophy on the web, including links to all U.K. & Irish philosophy depts, the Clark/Morville list of lists, texts and teaching resources.
- Archeire - Irish Architecture Online
Gateway to Irish architecture with discussion, news, competitions, events, and architectural history.
- Irish Resources in the Humanities
Provides sites of archaeology, architecture, geography, history, archives, libraries, art, and literature.
- Stunned ArtZine
Independent artists' space. Showcases Irish and international contemporary art and promotes Internet specific web-art projects.