b'THE LITTLE MUSEUM OF DUBLINThe Little Museum of Dublin was one of The Ireland Funds first ever Flagship Awardees in 2014, receiving 100,000 over 2 years. In addition to the Flagship Award, the Museum received donor ad-vised and grant round support totaling over $100,000. Thanks to The Ireland Funds support, the Museum has created a diverse program of exhibitions with talks, events and school classesengaging over 400,000 members of the public. Among the highlights:THE WINGS OF IRELAND:charting the inspiring growth and impact of aviation in IrelandWHATS SHE DOING HERE:profiles of inspiring women working in traditionally male dominated environments IRELANDS FASHION RADICALS:the designers from Ireland who impacted the worldwide fashion industryJUDGING SHAW:curated by Fintan OToole, an exhibition about the life and times of George Bernard Shaw in partnership with the RIA THE DUBLIN PUB:A history of the role of the pub and brewers as an employer and a social space at the heart of life in Dublin HOME IS ANOTHER PLACE:award-winning conflict photographer Seamus Murphy documents a lesser known yet familiar side of ev-eryday life in IrelandCHURCHILL & THE IRISHMAN:the story of Brendan Bracken, founder of the Financial Times and right hand man to Winston Churchill REWRITING HISTORY:School teacher & illustrator Fergal McCar-thy tells the story of 1916 through a lifesize comic book aimed at engaging children and adults alike COMING HOME:the story of Patrick Lafcadio Hearn was told by tracing his odysseys around the world, his binding ties to Dublin and his artistic influence across the globe CHRISTY BROWN:the museum displayed the art and writing of Irish artist Christy Brown in his hometown for the first time, then travelled his work to show in New York connect 201930'