The next theme for The Great Big Art Exhibition is inspired by Turner Prize winning artist Tai Shani’s activity, ‘A performance score’.
We are thrilled that our Junior Gallery Newsletter has won a thrive 2021 Audience Delight Award! Thrive, Northern Ireland's audience development agency, says "Golden Thread Gallery haven't forgotten about their younger audiences during lockdown & created a...
This month's newsletter celebrates Earth Day 2021... well, our oceans in fact! We will discover artworks made by historical and contemporary artists which capture the beauty of the ocean and its inhabitants. Inside you will also find fun creative activities with an...
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....
Golden Thread Gallery is delighted to present not only the earth we share, an exhibition of film and sculptural installation by Sol Archer, which examines the past, present, and future of a small neighbourhood in Belfast called Sailortown.
Art & Learning
https://vimeo.com/523500615 GTG Gallery Assistant Katharine celebrates St.Patrick's Day by showing you how to create hand print paintings of a shamrock and a Leprechaun! You Will Need: PaintPaperHands that don't mind getting messy!
In our final artist interview, GTG Director Peter Richards speaks with Gary Shaw.
GTG Exhibitions Officer Mary Stevens speaks to artist Richard Gosnold about his creative practice, and the work he chose to submit to our Love Art Buy Art exhibition.