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

Maker Meet Up 2 July Suzanne Lyle SIAP

Craft NI 115 - 119 Royal Avenue, Belfast

ACNI’s SIAP fund is open and Suzanne Lyle, Head of Visual Arts at ACNI will be at our MAKER MEET-UP on THURSDAY 2 JULY to answer questions about the programme. This year, due to the circumstances, artists who currently hold a Support for the Individual Artists Programme (SIAP) Award, will be able to apply again. … Continue reading Maker Meet Up 2 July Suzanne Lyle SIAP

China Now Conference: Cultural Exchange in the New Normal

UK-China Exchange: Arts and Culture in a Pandemic: 24-26 February 2021 During the COVID pandemic, a growing number of cultural activities in China have moved into virtual spaces, from art exhibitions, festivals and film screenings through to tours of the Palace Museum. To open the conference, we explore some of the innovative digital practices that have … Continue reading China Now Conference: Cultural Exchange in the New Normal

Early-Career Arts Network: February Coffee Morning

Arts & Business NI are working in partnership with Young Arts Fundraisers (YAF) to establish a network of early-career cultural professionals working in Northern Ireland, creating development opportunities and hosting regional events to equip the next generation of arts managers. If you are new to the arts or want the chance to find out more … Continue reading Early-Career Arts Network: February Coffee Morning

Collect 2021

The 17th edition of Collect, the international art fair for contemporary craft and design takes place 26 February - 24 March 2021. Working with its Advisory Panel, Collect brings you a stunning group of specialist international galleries, showcasing works made in the past five years by living artists. The Collect gallerists will help you discover some … Continue reading Collect 2021

NI Science Festival 2021 Explores Linen in Northern Ireland

NI Science Festival has commissioned a series of three stunning films documenting the past, present and future of the linen industry in Northern Ireland. Through interviews with key people working in the industry currently, they explore the richness of its heritage as well as what sort of innovative future it might hold.

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