GTG is pleased to announce a new series of artist led workshops as part of HOW DID WE GET TO: WE ARE HERE? Free, open to all, materials supplied
GTG is hosting three free Space Time workshops in January and February 2022, aimed specifically at older people and those with dementia and their carers, exploring the connections between ambient music and abstract art. During each workshop we will chat about abstract...
Our free Saturday art workshops for families this month take place on the 22nd and 29th of January! As always it’s free to take part, and we’ll supply all the art materials and light refreshments too.
A BIGGER PICTURE – outstanding feminist and queer photographic artists from the Belfast School of Art
An exhibition of outstanding work by feminist and queer photographic artists from the Belfast School of Art, curated by Dr Clare Gallagher. Part of HOW DID WE GET TO: KNOW SO LITTLE?
THU 12 MAY – SAT 9 JULY, GOLDEN THREAD GALLERY An exhibition of artist moving image works in collaboration with Docs Ireland 2022, including the influential ‘Statues Also Die’, once banned in France for its criticism of colonialism, a co-curated photographic exhibition, a series of video installations, a programme of screenings and an array of activities.
COMING UP 30th April – 28th May GTG presents a solo exhibition by Golden Thread Gallery Mentoring & Exhibition Award winner Drydan Wilson, exploring skateboarding as a way of making art.
Art & Learning
In our final online workshop exploring important moments and techniques in the history of contemporary art, artist and designer Paul Mulgrew asks a big question: ‘what is conceptual art anyway?’
This week artist and designer Paul Mulgrew explores the bold and colourful Pop Art movement! This workshop is part of our series of online workshops exploring important techniques in the history of contemporary art, supported by Halifax Foundation NI. The Pop Art...
This week artist Sinead O’Neill Nicholl explores the work of abstract art pioneer Hilma af Klint, whose huge, dazzling paintings were hidden and almost forgotten for many years. This workshop is part of our series of online workshops exploring important techniques in...