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Free Market News

Free Market
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‘Free Market News’ is a study of market towns in Ireland, featuring a collection of essays from a broad range of experts on the past, present, and future of these small-scale settlements. The book was published as part of Free Market, the Irish Pavilion at La Biennale di Venezia 2018.

Editors: Jeffrey Bolhuis, Jo Anne Butler, Miriam Delaney, Tara Kennedy, Laurence Lord, Orla Murphy.

Authors: Colin Barrett, Pat Boran, Philip Crowe, Roz Crowley, Deirdre Cunningham, Pat Dargan, Laura Dixon, Jane Feighery, Trevor Finnegan, Seán Harrington, Alison Harvey, Livia Hurley, Philip Jackson, Hendrik van der Kamp, Paul Keane, Hollie Kearns, Rob Kitchin, Paul Knox, Whitney Kimball Coe, Rosie Lynch, Heike Mayer, Tim Marema, John McAuliffe, Frank McDonald, Colm Murray, Mark Pimlott, Rachel Quednau, Siobhán Sexton, Gráinne Shaffrey; Dominic Stevens, Paul Tierney, Giulia Vallone, Rosie Webb, Mark Wickham.

market, town, public square, trade, local, village, regeneration, urbanism, urban design, rural, Ireland, morphology, settlement, tradition, conservation, planning, Small town life; Back to the future for town square; The demise of the Irish market house; The morphology and form of the Irish market town; Ballinrobe Market House; Macroom Mountain Dew Festival; OutType: The shopfronts of Irish towns and villages; Redesigned public spaces in Clonakilty provide vital lessons in collaborative place-making; Checking the pulse of Ireland's historic towns; RIAI Town Toolkit: making places for people; Developing an app for land use surveys; Network of walled towns fosters twin aims of conservation and economic growth; Action needed to address the impact of rural housing on towns; The future of rural towns in Ireland; The clearing; The shape of towns - Clones, Athy and Inistioge; The Irish town, and time; Planning and Irish towns; The town in Irish literature; A day in the life of a town; Small town revival in the age of globalisation; Making small towns strong again; The Daily Yonder - a newspaper that is connecting rural communities; New ways for towns to adapt consiered at Callan Workhouse; Love lost to Longford; A new model for community bookshops; Athenry for Apple; A meeting at the market; Ballymahon market house: A modern day agora; Immigrants open shops; Extract from The Clancy Kid; Market day; Rural by choice: yoga nights at the Art & Frame

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