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  • LONG TABLE small plates
  • LONG TABLE small plates

    • 4th February
  • A one-off food event to accompany the exhibition ‘G R O U P S H O W’, looking at alternative modes of curatorial representation. L O N G T A B L E S M A L L P L A T E S is supported by Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.
  • SHE DEVIL DISCUSSION
  • SHE DEVIL DISCUSSION

    • 2nd February
  • We will be joined by both Stefania Miscetti and Manuela Pacella in a discussion about the SHE DEVIL project, with contributions from invited guest curators and writers
  • G R O U P   S H O W
  • G R O U P S H O W

    • 14th January -
      13th February, 2016
  • Curated by Phillip McCrilly. Stuart Calvin; Christopher Campbell; Erin Hagan; Brónach McGuiness; Sinead McKeever; Paul Moore; Sharon Murphy; John Rainey; Michael Sheppard. ‘G R O U P S H O W’ questions the legitimacy of the group show-format as a potential space for productive exchange.
  • SHE DEVIL in Belfast
  • SHE DEVIL in Belfast

    • 17th December -
      6th February, 2016
  • The various works and the different critical perspectives coexist within a discourse of many voices, where the multiplicity of women's worlds and visions emerge...SHE DEVIL in Belfast will contribute to the wider international discourse with a special edition curated by a group of Irish and Northern Irish curators, selected by Peter Richards.
  • Endless Wander
  • Endless Wander

    • 5th November -
      18th December, 2015
  • A never-ending journey, an infinite number of images. Limitless angles of light, colour, lines and patterns. There is no end-point, just the loop of new beginnings. Endless Wander is a two-person exhibition with Kevin Killen and Clement McAleer, curated by Sarah McAvera.
  • Invisible Barriers: Moving Images  - inside Belfast City Hall
  • Invisible Barriers: Moving Images - inside Belfast City Hall

    • 5th November -
      30th November, 2015
  • 5.11.2015 - 30.11.2015 Invisible Barriers: Moving Images is a Creative Belfast project funded through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Belfast City Council and developed by Draw Down the Walls - a partnership between North Belfast Interface Network, Lower...
  • YOU TURN ME ON, I’M A RADIO
  • YOU TURN ME ON, I’M A RADIO

    • 31st October
  • Amanda Coogan Saturday 31 October 1.00pm Festival Artist in Residence, Amanda Coogan shares the early results of her research into a new work exploring aspects of Shakespeare’s legacy and inspired by a recent visit to Cape Town in South Africa,...
  • Vanishing Futures: Collective Histories of Northern Irish Art
  • Vanishing Futures: Collective Histories of Northern Irish Art

    • 23rd October -
      5th December, 2015
  • IMAGE CREDIT: courtesy of Ian Charlesworth Curated by Peter Richards After ten years, eleven instalments and fifteen thousand visitors, the Golden Thread Gallery’s ‘Collective Histories of Northern Irish Art’ series of exhibitions and publications will launch its final instalment ‘Vanishing...
  • Invisible Barriers: Moving Images
  • Invisible Barriers: Moving Images

    • 9th October -
      11th October, 2015
  • This weekend, North Belfast is in for a cinematic treat courtesy of Draw Down the Walls and Belfast Film Festival.   Look north and you might catch sight of flickering lights on the horizon … probably not the Northern Lights but...
  • WHY CAN’T YOU BE NICER TO ME?
  • WHY CAN’T YOU BE NICER TO ME?

    • 3rd September -
      24th September, 2015
  • For this show I have dug deep into my archive of scraps and ideas, folders and clippings to arrange/rearrange and produce a simple, tangible and cohesive body of work.
  • WOMEN TO BLAME
  • WOMEN TO BLAME

    • 18th August -
      28th August, 2015
  • Women to Blame – Forty years of struggle in Ireland for contraception and abortion Amnesty International Over four decades women in Ireland have been subject to repression, shaming and criminal sanctions in their attempts to express their sexuality and reproductive rights....
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