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Contemporary Art of Northern Ireland #3

10 September - 8 October

curated by Francesca Biondi

A celebration of emerging and more established artists, who have achieved recognition locally and internationally, highlighting originality of practice, and including paintings, sculptures and works on paper.

Visitors can view and discover art work being created currently in Northern Ireland. Artists showing include Lisa Ballard, Ronan Bowes, Craig Donald, Majella Clancy, Ray Duncan, Karl Hagan, Eamonn Higgins, Ashely B. Holmes, Janet Keith, Patricia Kelly, Louise Lennon, Judith Logan, Alison Lowry, Sandra Maze, Noel Murphy, Rosie McGurran, Tracey McVerry, Charlie Scott, Joel Simon, Katherine St. Angelo, Anushiya Sundaralingam and Jennifer Trouton.

A celebration of emerging and more established artists, who have achieved recognition locally and internationally, highlighting originality of practice, and including paintings, sculptures and works on paper

Opening times - Open daily during the week, Mon - Fri 9.30am-4.30pm (or later if events are running at the centre)

Access to the exhibition is via the Island Arts Centre’s entrance, or if this is closed through the Civic Centre’s main entrance.

All artworks are available for purchase at the Island Arts Centre.

The exhibition is curated by Francesca Biondi, Art Director, Gallery 545.

EXHIBITION TOUR with curator Francesca Biondi - Saturday 1 October, 2-2.30pm

ARTIST TALK with Ashley Holmes (painter) - Thursday 29 September, 11am

ARTIST TALK with Eamonn Higgins (sculptor) - Friday 30 September, 11am

EXHIBITION TOUR with curator Francesca Biondi - Saturday 1 October, 2-2.30pm

ASK THE CURATOR Francesca Biondi - Every week, Fridays & Saturdays, 11am-4.30pm

(23, 24, 30 September & 1, 7, 8 October)

 

Upcoming Exhibitions:

13 October – 12 November | Patricia Kelly & Anna McGurn | Cloth and Clay

17 November – 22 December | Andrew Gault | Recent Paintings


ISLAND Arts Virtual Gallery

ISLAND Arts provided opportunities for artists to show their work virtually during the time that ISLAND Arts Centre was closed due to the pandemic. 

Here you will find a collection of virtual exhibitions that we promoted via social media.  Now archived, the virtual resource is available here to view.