Archive

  • GTG Curators Discuss... A new series of online conversations
  • GTG Curators Discuss... A new series of online conversations

    • 30th April -
      30th June, 2020
  • We know this is a really difficult time for artists, art students and early career art professionals in Northern Ireland. With everything on pause, it's hard to make career development plans, or even to feel inspired in artistic practice. So,...
  • GTG art workshop online: Matisse
  • GTG art workshop online: Matisse

    • 29th April -
      31st May, 2020
  • GTG Presents our first online video art tutorial about revolutionary master of colour Henri Matisse, by our very own Katharine Paisley! The video, templates and worksheet are on our News page here We'll be sharing more online workshops with you...
  • Visual Arts Reading Group Online
  • Visual Arts Reading Group Online

    • 27th April -
      24th August, 2020
  • Some places have opened up on our online weekly visual arts inspired Reading Round! Led by Brian McAvera, celebrated playwright, art historian, critic and curator, within this themed reading round the primary emphasis will be on texts on the visual...
  • Dissolving Histories: An Unreliable Presence - Artists Video Panel Discussion
  • Dissolving Histories: An Unreliable Presence - Artists Video Panel Discussion

    • 8th April -
      25th April, 2020
  • Dissolving Histories: An Unreliable Presence - Video Panel Discussion.   Recorded Friday 3rd April (Zoom) Our scheduled Dissolving Histories: An Unreliable Presence panel discussion couldn't take place in the gallery due to the current situation surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. Luckily...
  • New GTG family-friendly art activities to download!
  • New GTG family-friendly art activities to download!

    • 7th April -
      1st May, 2020
  • While the GTG is temporarily closed to the public our family workshops are postponed, but we are sharing lots of art activities every week on our News page here. Download, print, colour in and please share completed works of art...
  • Artist Talk by Dougal McKenzie will now take place online
  • Artist Talk by Dougal McKenzie will now take place online

    • 28th March
  • Artist Dougal McKenzie will give a talk about his artistic practice and his latest exhibition 'More Bad News' via the GTG Instagram channel this weekend as part of the Imagine! Belfast Festival 2020.  More details of how you can watch...
  • GTG Temporary Closure
  • GTG Temporary Closure

    • 18th March -
      4th April, 2020
  • The Board of the Golden Thread Gallery takes the safety of its staff and visitors seriously. Following the most recent government statement, we have taken the decision to close to the public from today, 18th March. We will monitor the...
  • 'The Last Picture Show' film screening
  • 'The Last Picture Show' film screening

    • 12th March
  • Part of the Imagine! Belfast Festival Classic American drama 'The Last Picture Show' is a 1971 American film directed and co-written by Peter Bogdanovich, adapted from the semi-autobiographical 1966 novel by Larry McMurtry. As with all Bogdanovich's best work, his...
  • Abridged 0-59: Persephone Launch
  • Abridged 0-59: Persephone Launch

    • 5th March
  • Abridged presents its first issue of 2020 featuring a multitude of poets and the artwork of Megan Doherty, launching at the GTG's Late Night Art evening for March. Come and pick up a copy! Persephone’s tale churns with ambiguity. It...
  • We are closed from Wednesday to Friday this week

    • 5th February -
      7th February, 2020
  • The Golden Thread Gallery will be closed to the public from Wednesday 5th to Friday 7th Feb, for a private event. We won’t be taking part in Late Night Art this month. We’ll be back open as usual on Saturday...
  • Artist Talk: Raymond Watson
  • Artist Talk: Raymond Watson

    • 15th January
  • Artist Raymond Watson will give a talk exploring his work in 'Agreement: The People's Process', reflecting on art in conflict transformation, reflection and peacebuilding the Golden Thread Gallery. "I am perhaps among the few artists in Ireland who have first...
  • The Salt House
  • The Salt House

    • 9th January -
      22nd February, 2020
  • The Salt House is an exhibition of new work by Sharon Kelly which grew from her discovery of a box of small black & white photographs taken by Kelly’s parents in the early 1960’s.
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