Connect to Art and change in Northern Ireland
Site to connect Art Galleries and other agents of change in Northern Ireland to help each other find what's on when and who's doing what.
A space for contemporary Art practice.
(beside City East Business centre) Opening reception
20th August 5-9pm
runs until 31 August open 12-7 everyday.
Free Tea and scones available Thursday and Friday 10-2pm
All entrance free donations welcome towards costs
Still Bunker, - space for contemporary Art pratice Hydrangea Project, Belfast-Chicago project a collaboration between Bronagh Lawson artist and founder of creativechangeni and Suellen Semekoski Adjun…2 Comments 0 Likes
Poetry from a pulpit, Maria McManus , warrior writers What else……………………. What else……………. is an evening of music and poetry from Maria McManus, Brigid O’Neill, Jason O’ Rourke, Heather Newcombe and…0 Comments 2 Likes
Suellen Semekoski- School of Art institute Chicago Adjunct professor for Art Therapy. Has had over 20 years experience in working with veterans, participating in a four year collaboration with Bronag…0 Comments 1 Like
In this two and a half hour individually tailored workshop you will learn the basics of working with Murano glass rods in a specialist flamework torch to produce unique glass beads Simple hot glass s…0 Comments 0 Likes
Architect as Patron: Modernist architecture and the production of 'public' art in Ireland, 1950-75. Lecture by Dr Ellen Rowley, Trinity College Dublin. Cost: £3.00 (Friends Members: Free)0 Comments 0 Likes
Enjoy simple methods of mono printing, rubbings, collage and much more to include in a journal to take home with you. For children aged 7-12. Cost: £5.00. Booking essential.0 Comments 0 Likes
Needle felting (or dry felting) techniques will be explored throughout this beginners workshop. You will explore how to bring different fibres into felt making and learn how to create 3D felt beads…0 Comments 1 Like
Heat Transfer Printing is an experimental printing process using specialist dyes that react to give a brilliant colour when exposed to heat. Found objects such as leaves and feathers work as stencils…0 Comments 2 Likes