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The cash boost, which is 10% more compared to last year, was welcomed by cultural organisation Conradh na Gaeilge.
Conradh na Gaeilge said they were disappointed by Mr Kenny's "lack of understanding about the state of our native tongue".
The show will be curated by Tony Strickland, an independent visual art curator who has just completed his 21st exhibition at various venues in Dublin, which include the Crow Gallery, The Mad Art Gallery, Ranelagh Arts Centre, Conradh na Gaeilge and the Blackrock Market Cafe.
This section contains revealing archival material on the NIO's attitude to Irish and illuminating insights into the manipulation of Conradh na Gaeilge and its president, Gearoid O Caireallain, to advance the cause of the prisoners' linguistic rights.
Examples of oversights include: the concentration in the Irish chapter on Conradh na Gaeilge's early political campaigning, neglecting the important role the Conradh play (and have played for some considerable time) in the community; similarly in the Gaelic chapter the key lobbying work done by Comunn na Gaidhlig is overlooked and greater emphasis is placed on An Comunn Gaidhealach.
The first is NLI MS 11, 537: Conradh na Gaeilge, Leabhar-liosta ainmneach i Sintiuisi Cinnbliadhna na Cead Ball, 1893-1897 (i Laimh-scribhneoireacht na gCead Chisteoiri i.
It is the Liverpool branch of Conradh na Gaeilge, which is behind the monument project, in collaboration with local Welsh community activists.
"Researchers and leading public figures will speak about this topic and draw attention to the fantastic research opportunities presented by the Conradh na Gaeilge archives."
Finnin Ni Choincheanainn and Ciaran O Coigligh (1996), Fainne an Lae agus an Athbheochan (1898-1900) by Caoilfhionn Nic Phaidin (1998), Conradh na Gaeilge igCorcaigh 1894-1910 by Tarlach O Riordain (2000), Cumann Buan-Choimeadta na Gaeilge: Tus an Athreimnithe by Mairtin O Murchu (2001), An Claidheamh Soluis agus Fainne an Lae 1899-1932 by Regina Ui Chollatain (2004), and Cruthu na Gaeltachta 1893-1932: Samhlu agus Buanu Chonstraid na Gaeltachta i rith na hAthbheochana by Caitriona O Torna (2005).
CONRADH na Gaeilge and other groups with a strong interest in our native tongue are a bit cross at Fine Gael Leader Enda Kenny.
Conradh na Gaeilge was granted High Court leave to seek a judicial review amid claims the administration is in breach of a statutory duty.