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  • Paused
  • Paused

    • 22nd January -
      5th March, 2005
  • This exhibition is about documenting or capturing people in a place for a moment in time - creating a shared space between the photographer and the subject, and the community participating in developing their own creativity through the experience.
  • Thinking of Ideas
  • Thinking of Ideas

    • 20th November -
      31st December, 2004
  • The Golden Thread Gallery is proud to present “Thinking of Ideas”, a selection of smaller works by nineteen of Northern/Ireland’s most outstanding contemporary visual artists.
  • The Bright World
  • The Bright World

    • 25th September -
      6th November, 2004
  • Golden Thread Gallery is pleased to present ‘The Bright World’ a new installation made for the gallery by William McKeown.
  • 49/think over
  • 49/think over

    • 14th August -
      5th September, 2004
  • Riccardo Abate, Giogia Accorsi, Alessandra Arnò, IIaria Loquenzi, Alessandro Piangiamore, Guendalina Salini
  • Surveiller
  • Surveiller

    • 12th June -
      27th July, 2004
  • Artist Una Walker spent 128 days, approximately 1,280 hours, producing an inventory of art exhibitions in Belfast from March 1968 to March 2001.
  • Manifest
  • Manifest

    • 1st May -
      4th June, 2004
  • For the exhibition Manifest, Shaw presents a new series of abstract paintings that incorporate the language of International Maritime Signal Flags.
  • Beta
  • Beta

    • 17th January -
      21st February, 2004
  • Beta An exhibition of works by Dan Shipsides Beta; information about a route. Flash; to cleanly climb a route on one's first attempt.  Beta Flash; slang term in rock climbing meaning: to lead a climb with no falls or dogging and with no previous attempts...
  • Blue Watch
  • Blue Watch

    • 6th December -
      6th January, 2004
  • Ciara Finnegan, Allan Hughes, Lisa Malone, Ciaran O’Doherty, Aimnin & Seamus Harahan
  • Muses
  • Muses

    • 13th September -
      18th October, 2003
  • The installation 'Aphrodite' developed whilst Kennedy was the Arts Council of North Ireland fellow at the British School at Rome, explores the myth of the birth of Aphrodite, symbolic of the birth of beauty.
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