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.
We're marking World Children's Day on Saturday 20th November by giving away HUNDREDS of free art packs to enable children across Northern Ireland to create art representing their fundamental rights. Just email us to request yours! World Children’s Day is celebrated on...
Our free Saturday art workshops for families this month take place on the 13th and 20th November. As always it’s free to take part, and we’ll supply all the art materials and light refreshments! We have our new Covid-19 safety measures in place too. For safety...
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.
ENDS 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.
HOW DID WE GET TO: WE ARE HERE? A collaborative exhibition of Artists’ Moving Image from the British Council Collection and LUX
Golden Thread Gallery and Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda announce a collaborative exhibition partnership presenting WE ARE HERE, Artists’ Moving Image from the British Council Collection and LUX. 19th March – 30th April 2022 Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast | 5th March – 16th April 2022 Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda
Art & Learning
Following on from our look at Surrealism, this week artist Sinead O'Neill Nicholl presents a deeper insight into the Dada art movement and the work of acclaimed and influential artist Hannah Höch; part of our series of online workshops exploring important techniques...
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...