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Events & Exhibitions in NI

We Speak Silent | Group Exhibition at PS2, Belfast

22 September to 14 October We Speak Silent is an exhibition exploring the performative and political dimensions of speech and language. The works in the exhibition offer up what might be considered a ‘radical linguistics’; pushing and playing with language in experimental and unexpected ways in order to both reveal ...
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The Frog Devoured the Sun | Fiona Finnegan at Ulster University Art Gallery, Belfast

22 September to 21 October 2017 The Ulster University Art Gallery is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition,
Fiona Finnegan: ‘The frog devoured the sun’. Fiona Finnegan is a painter who graduated with an MFA distinction from Ulster University in 2009 and is currently living and working in Belfast. In her ...
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PHLOX | Group Exhibition at Naughton Gallery, Belfast

12 October to 26 November 2017 Work by Carly Jean Andrews (USA) / Tuesday Bassen (USA) / Laura Callaghan (UK) / Anna DeFlorian (Italy) / Cécile Gariépy (Canada) / Penelope Gazin (USA) / Fiona McDonnell (UK) / Shannon Wright (USA). Opening Thursday 12 October, 6 – 8pm – featuring a ...
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the corridor | Paddy Bloomer and The 1st German Electrophonic Orchestra at Culture Night, Belfast

22 September 2017 `the corridor´ is a new arts project from Dundalk, which explores borders and their political, social and cultural consequences through a series of public talks, screenings and exhibitions. The project discusses the history of the Irish border and the future challenges of the upcoming EU border for ...
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the corridor | Paddy Bloomer & The 1st German Electrophonic Orchestra at Culture Night, Belfast

22 September 2017 `the corridor´ is a new arts project from Dundalk, which explores borders and their political, social and cultural consequences through a series of public talks, screenings and exhibitions. The project discusses the history of the Irish border and the future challenges of the upcoming EU border for ...
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The Unfamiliar Familiar | Nazareth House, Derry/Londonderry

22 September 2017 According to the Alzheimer’s Society, 850,000 people in the UK (nearly 16,000 in Northern Ireland) suffer from dementia, a disease with far reaching social and economic impacts yet one that is little understood or widely discussed in public. Dementia is not just memory loss stemming from old ...
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Dancing on Borrowed Ground | Group Exhibition at Catalyst Arts

19 August to 16 September Chloe Cooper, Dylan Miner, Contrapoints, Elizabeth Haines, William Raban Dancing on Borrowed Ground reclaims a little bit of land for those who seek to resist the dogma and dictats of hegemonic orders. It asserts a love of plurality and disavowal of the hubristic cruelty of ...
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An Independent Spirit | Margaret Clarke at FE McWilliam Gallery, Banbridge

16 September to 18 November A major, cross-border collaboration between the FE McWilliam Gallery and Studio, Banbridge, and the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin, will bring the works of talented County Down artist Margaret Clarke to audiences in Northern Ireland this month. Margaret Clarke: An Independent Spirit, which opens ...
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Bbeyond Performance Monthly, Derry

16 September, 11am to 8pm September is the Autumn Equinox month so this performance will be a durational one lasting nine hours. The venue is the Glassworks, Queen Street, Derry. The performance will follow the usual Bbeyond format and principles. Artists initially will make individual actions before working together in ...
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