Whats On

Photo: Hand carved and jointed ‘Gigi’ wooden cats; Maker: David Cousley; Photo credit: Craft NI

Michael Moore: Intersect

Marketplace Theatre and Arts Centre Armagh

Intersect presents a collection of sculpture made by Michael Moore since January 2018. It researches mapping of locality. It examines how clay forms interplay and balance, exploring precarious constructions. Grid … Continue reading Michael Moore: Intersect


Translating Linen

R-Space Gallery 32 Castle Street, Lisburn

Exhibition showcasing the award winning Translating Linen project, which features a digital music piece created from the DNA structure of flax overlaid with the sights and sounds of Northern Ireland’s … Continue reading Translating Linen


Thinking Out Loud

Ards Arts Centre Town Hall, Conway Square, Newtownards

An exhibition of abstract stitched textiles by Patricia Kelly   Patricia, who lives in Co. Fermanagh, attended the Ulster University in Belfast where she obtained a B.A Honors degree in … Continue reading Thinking Out Loud

What Colour is Metal?

Dublin Castle Dame St, Dublin

Group exhibition considering the relationship between metal and colour in contemporary silversmithing and jewellery, with a mapping of relationships and practice in key centres internationally. It examines approaches ranging from … Continue reading What Colour is Metal?

Beyond Edges

Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre 24 Main Street, Limavady

Joint exhibition by Andrea Spencer, Nicola Nemec and Sharon Adams. Beyond Edges presents the work of three women artists living and working in North Antrim, an area of open hills and dramatic coastlines perched at the northern edge of Ireland. Each of the three artists responds to the landscape through different materials – glass (Andrea Spencer); … Continue reading Beyond Edges


Made in Ireland

National Design and Craft Gallery Castle Yard, Kilkenny

Made In Ireland celebrates the wealth and vibrancy of Ireland's studio crafts. The exhibition presents work by over 110 craftspeople each creating beautiful, considered objects using skills honed over many years. Ireland’s makers, working in and across different sectors, are creating innovative work of high quality. Makers work in local and carefully sourced materials, across all … Continue reading Made in Ireland

‘Countryside to Coast’ exhibition by Andrea Hayes

klöver haus 92B Main Street, Moira, Craigavon

klöver haus in Moira will host 'Countryside to Coast' - an exhibition of original art by local textile artist Andrea Hayes. Working from her home studio in Cookstown, Andrea draws inspiration from the vast array of textures, colours and dramatic skylines of the Irish landscape. Each piece is a unique collage created in Andrea’s distinctive … Continue reading ‘Countryside to Coast’ exhibition by Andrea Hayes


Make a Creepie Milking Stool

Stephen Ryan from Green Woodwork Ireland will teach you the skills needed to make your own piece of heirloom furniture to last generations, in the form of a traditional milking stool, otherwise known as a Creepie. This Two-day workshop encompasses the use of the shave horse and a variety of hand tools including the drawknife, … Continue reading Make a Creepie Milking Stool


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