We're excited to share that we have signed up to the Kids in Museums Manifesto. It's a set of simple guidelines for museums, heritage sites and cultural organisations that was created with children, young people and families. It sets out what they feel makes a gallery...
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Become a Golden Thread Gallery Explorer! Thanks to funding from the Halifax Foundation NI, we’ve got a really special welcome for all junior visitors to the Gallery. Every child under 16 can get a free Gallery Explorer backpack when they visit!
The Ireland at Venice 2022 Curatorial Team, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, will present Niamh O’Malley’s Gather at the Irish Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale in 2022. Golden Thread Gallery is delighted to be a partner gallery of this project, and will host Gather in Belfast in 2023 as part of the Ireland at Venice 2022 National Tour.
Golden Thread Gallery is delighted to be premiering the installation of Suzanne Lacy’s Across and In-Between in the summer of 2021, presented in association with Ulster University. Co-commissioned and presented as a work-in-progress for the closing season of 14-18 NOW and the Belfast International Arts Festival; the project amplified the voices and experiences of border residents during Brexit negotiations through words, imagery, sound and performance, providing them an opportunity to reclaim the landscape around them.
The specially commissioned website for not only the earth we share by Sol Archer with Household Belfast is now live. At https://not-only-the-earth-we-share.org you can watch extracts of film from the exhibition and other documentation captured by Sol since 2018....
Art & Learning
Artist Sophie Daly presents this fun and imagination-sparking art technique and an insight into Surrealism, part of our series of online workshops exploring important techniques in the history of contemporary art, supported by Halifax Foundation NI.
Thanks to funding from Halifax Foundation NI, we're delighted to bring you a new series of online art workshops by local artists Sophie Daly, Paul Mulgrew and Sinead O'Neill-Nicholl. Each artist has chosen two themes for workshops from influences or moments in the...
In this workshop artist Chloe Morrison explores the fantastical, colourful art of iconic Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama the ‘princess of polka dots’.