Thu 13th August - Sat 15th August
INTERN THREE launch of exhibition: 5pm to 6pm
A Draw Down the Walls project created by: Mia Bryce, Laurie Cotton, Eve Gaston, Lucy Gaston, Eoghan Gormley, Mary Kennan, Phoebs Lyle, William McIlroy, Sean McCaffrey, Luke Nelson, Harry O’ Gorman, Luke Palmer & Imogen Spence
This exhibition reveals the inner workings of INTERN THREE and finds … post-it notes, luchador masks, monkeys, lollipops, ice, instructions, dreams, metaphors, skateboards, music, fluttering butterflies and ticking clocks!
What you see on the walls is all that remains of a week-long creative extravaganza facilitated by Zhenia Mahdi-Nau, Darragh Graham, Mary Morgan and Sinead McKeever on behalf of Draw Down the Walls.
The photographs, drawings and mind maps will give you a taste of what to expect from INTERN THREE: THE MOVIE which will be premiered as part of Invisible Barriers: Moving Images on Friday 9th October 2015 in the Harbour Commissioners Office. Details of the full Invisible Barriers: Moving Images programme will be available soon on the Draw Down the Walls Facebook Page and Golden Thread Gallery website … Don’t Miss It!
Draw Down the Walls is a partnership between Golden Thread Gallery, North Belfast Interface Network and Lower Shankill Community Association that uses a combination of art and community relations techniques to imagine a city without barriers. Invisible Barriers: Moving Images takes place across a range of unique sites in North Belfast and includes five triple bills each featuring one moving-image artwork, a mainstream film and a community authored collaboration that links with the theme of invisible barriers.
Invisible Barriers: Moving Images is one of seven Creative Belfast projects funded by Belfast City Council and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland through the Creative and Cultural Belfast Fund. For more information go to www.belfastcity.gov.uk/creativebelfast and www.artscouncil-ni.org or keep up-to-date on social media using the hashtag #CreativeBelfast, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/creativebelfast and on Twitter @Cre8tiveBelfast.