We will be holding a collage afternoon for anyone who would like to release some creative juices on a cheerful Saturday afternoon! Join us in the gallery as we tour the Clare Gallagher exhibition and enjoy the layered, landscape and nature based photography she has created and use this as inspiration for our own works of art! All ages welcome, materials are free and there will be free tea and coffee for everyone involved.
To book in contact Catherine at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the names and the number of participants attending.
-Breastfeeding friendly venue
-Suitable for all ages
Join us at the GTG for a delightfully messy parent and child workshop that will have both you and your children leaving with some fancy new creations! View our latest exhibition ‘Quotidian Tensions between the Domestic and the Unexpected’ with your little ones and base your own creations off the ceramic cutlery, plates, bowls and figurines the artist has created. Each participant is welcome to make as much or as little as they please and can bring home everything they make. This event will run on the 3rd and 17th of February.
Free tea and coffee available for the adults, juice and snacks available for the kids.
Baby changing Facilities
Breastfeeding Friendly Venue
To book in please email email@example.com with the number of adults and children attending.
Monkey Jumped Launched by Gregory McCartney from Abridged Magazine
The Great Art Quest
14 – 18 March 2017
Golden Thread Gallery are delighted to bring you the Great Art Quest – a unique exhibition funded through Children & the Arts that aims to develop stronger links between schools and their local art gallery.
The Great Art Quest exhibition has been out on tour visiting our local libraries, brightening the wall with words and images as part of an ongoing partnership between Golden Thread Gallery and Libraries NI.
Children from four local primary schools participated in the Great Art Quest and took inspiration from Seán Hillen’s exhibition 100 Works. The schoolchildren explored the world of collage with artists Johanna Leech and Sinéad Breathnach Cashell while Chelley McLear and Chloé Morrison set the words and stories free with collection of Dadaist poems inspired by the collages. Students from Bunscoil Bheann Mhadagáian, Glengormley Integrated Primary School, Hazelwood Integrated Primary School and Holy Family Primary School will have their exhibition opened by Gregory McCartney from visual art and poetry magazine Abridged.
Each collage was created in a group and there were 5 groups from the 4 participating schools. The collages were then exchanged between the schools and narrative stories were developed by the children in response to the collages. The stories were then distilled into poems.
“These are word collages – which sometimes tell a story and sometimes create random images – just like a collage giving us snippets of possibilities. These pieces generate alternative ideas – words that we are pieced together by taking apart more logical sequences. Any of the words can be picked from the word collages to trigger a new thought or idea – or they can be taken in the context of their place in the text. There is no right or wrong way to read these.”
If you would like to see more of our exhibitions why not pay us a visit. Check out our website for our full programme of events www.goldenthreadgallery.
Lovely blank world.
Donald Duck farted
Scary mental hospital
Fluffy ducks bomb testing
Power duck died
The fat pigeon farted on the people.
Grave for the poor man.
Cheerful, scary zombie
Golden Thread Gallery is delighted to announce our unique touring exhibition, Not Alone, created for our strange, new, transformed world. With isolation measures, travel restrictions and quarantine rules affecting art exhibitions and collaborations in every way, GTG Director Peter Richards...