Culture Night – Making Rice Crispy Mountains and Face Painting!

Join us this year on the infamous Culture Night and get your hands deliciously dirty crafting your own mountainous masterpiece. Everyone is welcome to join us at the start of the evening as you fuel up to tour the cities events by creating your own rice crispy bun mountain ranges, decorating them and most importantly, eating them! Bring the whole family and get stuck in creating a whole range, decorating marshmallow tree’s and tucking in to your handmade sweet treats. We will also have free face painting and a glitter station from 5-6pm to add even more excitement to your night!

There is car parking right round the corner for added convenience and tea/cofffee and juice will be available for added refreshment.

-All ages welcome!
-Breastfeeding Friendly
-Babychange Facilities
-Tea/Coffee available
-Car Parking nearby
– Free Face painting and Glitter Station from 5-6pm

Artist Talk – Iain Griffin

Join us for Iain Griffin’s lunchtime Artist Talk on Friday 15th from 1.00 – 1.30pm. The talk promises to offer insight into his solo exhibition ‘The Really Wild Show’ and will allow the audience to learn more about his practice.

Iain Griffin (b. Harrogate 1989) is a visual artist currently based in Belfast, N. Ireland. He graduated with First Class Honours in Sculpture from the National College of Art and Design Dublin in 2011. Iain has exhibited nationally and internationally in exhibitions including: N.O.W.H.E.R.E, Interview Room 11, Edinburgh (2016); In Flux, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne (2016); and to Use as Capital, One Night Only, Oslo, Norway (2014). Sold Out was recently shortlisted for the 2016 edition of the EVA International Biennial, Limerick.

The talk will begin at 1.00 pm and last for approximately 30 minutes, followed by a short question and answer session for all who attend. Admission is free and complimentary tea / coffee will be available. No booking necessary, all welcome!

 

 

Phillip Jupitus Pop’s In

Really nice to have a surprise visit from comedian & collagist, Phillip Jupitus today in town with the Ulster Museum’s new exhibition #jupitusphillip !! #LinesofThought Sean Hillen

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I, Daniel Blake

GOLDEN THREAD GALLERY: WEDNESDAY 18 JANUARY, 7.00PM ,

In Ken Loach’s multi-award winning film, I, Daniel Blake, a middle-aged carpenter who requires state welfare is joined by a single mother in a similar scenario.

Their experience captures what the Rights to Work: Right to Welfare (RTW) group have heard from so many during their outreach at dole offices across Belfast over their four years of campaigning for real jobs and protection from benefits sanctions.

The Participation and the Practice of Rights organisation supports the RTW group – a campaigning group of unemployed people.

PPR and the RTW group invite you to come along to one of the screenings and hear more about the group’s campaign for change.

Tickets: FREE

Presentation by DAS Residency Award Winners 2016

Date: 15/12/16

Join us for a christmas tipple while captureresidents present a brief overview of their eclectic thoughts and outputs.

Shane Finan is a visual artist working in painting, installation and interactive media. He takes art seriously so he doesn’t have to take life seriously.

Will McConnell is a visual artist working in video, the majority of which is re-appropriated from Google and YouTube. His focus is on the relationship between technology & the human experience, daydreaming, space (physical & virtual), out-of-body experiences and states of being.

Dan Moxham is a multimedia artist working mostly with sound and video. He is interested in lo-fi techniques and processes, making short B-movie styled films, music videos and pseudo-advertisements.

Kathleen O’Leary’s multidisciplinary practice involves creating and developing a particular goal towards inclusion and participation within an artistic and research context.