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06/09/2018 - 29/09/2018 - 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
ArtisAnn Gallery, ArtisAnn Gallery, 70 Bloomfield Avenue, Belfast
Special Preview: Wednesday 5 September 6-8pm. ArtisAnn presents the first professional group show featuring this year’s class of emerging young talent.  All the artists have graduated from the School of Art at Ulster University, winning several awards and prizes along the way. In alphabetical order, they are: Dan Ferguson, who graduated with a Masters in Fine Art with commendation.  Although born in London, where he taught art at the Institute of Education, Dan has now made Belfast his home and lives here with his wife and children. Aimee Melaugh is a 22 year old from Derry, who has recently graduated First...

Emerging Artists | Group Exhibition at ArtisAnn Art Gallery, Belfast


06/09/2018 - 29/09/2018 - 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Sunburst Gallery at Ards Arts Centre, Ards Arts Centre, Newtownards
Exhibition Opening: Thursday 6 September, 7pm – 9pm Driven to understand the lasting effects of an early childhood trauma, Robert P. Ryan invokes ghostly figures as the representation of an absence. Seeking to make these intangible influences flesh, Ryan’s oil paintings attempt to manifest something ungraspable. By giving elusive feelings a physical form in stifled poses, simplified compositions and colouring reminiscent of hand-painted photographs; these paintings display a firm connection to photography and the aesthetic of its infancy.

Beyond Recollection | Robert P. Ryan at Sunburst Gallery, Ards ...


06/09/2018 - 29/09/2018 - 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Georgian Gallery at Ards Arts Centre, Ards Arts Centre, Newtownards
Exhibition Opening: Thursday 6 September, 7pm – 9pm Margaret Anne Suggs works by hand, with traditional tools, to create intricate, heart-felt illustrations that are sometimes sweet, sometimes spicy, but always delightful. The detail included in this collection of works invites the viewer to look closely and linger. Featured in the show will be pieces from Suggs’ recent books, Cup of Tea (written by Eric La Branche), Me Nan Found a Leprechaun (written by David McNiven) and the best-selling, award-winning Pigín of Howth (written by Kathleen Watkins). Be drawn in to enjoy these original works yourself.

Drawn by Hand | Margaret Anne Suggs at Georgian Gallery, ...



06/09/2018 - 21/09/2018 - All Day
Island Arts Centre, Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn
Exhibition Opening: Wednesday 5 September, 7–9pm. Pastel Society of Ireland 29th Annual Exhibition Exhibition continues Thursday September 6 - Friday 21. Admission free. Monday - Friday 09.30 - 22.00 Sat 09.30 - 17.00 Closed Sundays

Pastel Society of Ireland 29th Annual Exhibition at Island Arts ...


31/08/2018 - 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Void Gallery, Void, Patrick Street, Derry
Celebrate the end of summer by joining us for an evening of talks and performances. Musician Daryl Martin and dancer Zoe Ramsey return to Void to activate Alex Cecchetti’s exhibition. 6.30pm: Join synthesist musician Daryl Martin as he discusses the process of composing music from Alex Cecchetti’s work 500,000 Azaleas. 7pm: Performances by Daryl Martin and Zoe Ramsey.

End of Summer Celebration at Void Gallery, Derry


25/08/2018 - 01/09/2018 - 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
St Augustine\'s Old Schoolhouse, Palace Street, Derry
Exhibition Opening: Saturday 25th August 6:30-8:00pm. A liminal space for extended interactions and readings in stillness, slow and suspended movements. Adapting to the environment as a site of its monastic history, the works will build from an intensification of ritualistic discipline and tensions that confine the primal and glitches of digital pluralistic identities made of emerging posthuman speculations. The vernacular materiality of architecture, a ‘body’ of domestic and functional structure; surfaces, sounds, atmospheric conditions that have affect upon somatic responses in constant recalibration. Collecting evidences and materials accumulating from ephemera to the found, to build a ‘body’ of experiments in...

Controchasm: Circling the Vernacular | Gail Mahon at St Augustine’s ...