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Events & Exhibitions in NI

Speculative Skins | Group Exhibition at the Naughton Gallery, Belfast

Speculative Skins | Group Exhibition at the Naughton Gallery, Belfast

15 February to 8 April 2018 Loney Abrams & Johnny Stanish / Salome Asega & Ayodamola Okunseinde / Brice Dellsperger / Nora Khan & Steven Warwick / Son Kit / Katie Skelly / Naoko Takeuchi / Amanda Turner Pohan / Katie Torn Where does a body end and a piece ...
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The View from Earth, the View from Space | Exhibition at EastSide Visitor Centre, Belfast

The View from Earth, the View from Space | Exhibition at EastSide Visitor Centre, Belfast

15 February to 25 March 2018 An exhibition of art and science celebrating astronomy, the planets and the stars. Since the dawn of time artists and scientists have been inspired by the heavens. Scientists strive to understand the nature of the cosmos while artists wrestle to capture the majesty of ...
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Placebo Shop | Linda Byrne at PS², Belfast

Placebo Shop | Linda Byrne at PS², Belfast

22 January – 10 February The success of pharmaceuticals have normalised the swallowing, injecting and inhaling of chemicals to treat all human conditions. Against this, alternative therapies waned, as they appeared non-scientific, lacking that cool sterile professionalism associated with modern medicine. And yet folklore or traditional ‘cures’ remain, handed down ...
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Iklektik | NWRC Students Show at The Playhouse Arts Centre, Derry

Iklektik | NWRC Students Show at The Playhouse Arts Centre, Derry

6 to 10 February 2018 Ten students studying the Higher National Diploma in Fine Art at North West Regional College will showcase their work in an exhibition at the Playhouse, Derry. The students involved are all in the final year of their studies at the city’s Strand Road Campus. Entitled ...
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Chasing Shadows | Mark Francis Fenning at Black Box, Belfast

Chasing Shadows | Mark Francis Fenning at Black Box, Belfast

1 February to 28 February 2018 Mark Francis Fenning is a Northern Irish Artist, based in Belfast and a graduate from the University of Ulster attaining a First Class Honours degree in Fine Art specialism Printmaking. He is also a recent graduate of Queens with an MA in Arts Management ...
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Daily Path Of Memory | Maria Bagnoli at Alley Arts Centre, Strabane

Daily Path Of Memory | Maria Bagnoli at Alley Arts Centre, Strabane

5 February to 2 March 2018 This is a self led project based on childhood memories in which pre digital images are used. The challenge was to externalise visually those memories which held the most significance for the artist. The search for these images took the artist back to particular ...
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Every Day Words Disappear | Johan Grimonprez at Void, Derry

Every Day Words Disappear | Johan Grimonprez at Void, Derry

3 February to 10 March 2018 Void are delighted to welcome Belgian artist Johan Grimonprez to the gallery for his solo show ‘Every Day Words Disappear‘ from 3 February – 10 March 2018. Grimonprez’s critically acclaimed work dances on the borders of practice and theory, art and cinema, documentary and ...
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Fjord Melt/Cold Hands | Liam McCartan & Christopher Steenson at The Art Department, Belfast

Fjord Melt/Cold Hands | Liam McCartan & Christopher Steenson at The Art Department, Belfast

1 February 2018, 7pm – 9pm Liam MacCartan and Christopher Steenson present their collaborative audiovisual installation at The Art Department, Belfast, as part of Late Night Art Belfast. “Fjord Melt” is a composition by Liam McCartan that explores concepts of genre deconstruction and sonic memory. “Cold Hands” is a live ...
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White | QSS Studio Artists at QSS Gallery, Belfast

White | QSS Studio Artists at QSS Gallery, Belfast

2 to 22 February 2018 White is the fourth and final exhibition showing the work of QSS studio artists, curated by artist Colin Darke. It was preceded by Unafraid Red, Unafraid Yellow and Unafraid Blue. Recognising that the task of dividing twenty-three artists and twenty-three very different stylistic practices into ...
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