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NOCTURNES – Joel Simon

Joel Simon, an artist with a rich background in film-making, unveils “NOCTURNES” as a series of narrative oil paintings. Drawing inspiration from the vibrant nightlife

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Call-Out Physical Theatre Masterclass

Call-Out for the Bounce Festival Physical Theatre Masterclass Venue: Duncairn Arts and Cultural Centre, Antrim Road, Belfast Date: Sunday 8 th October, 11am-4pm. Tutors: David Calvert, Jade Quinn and Paula Clarke Physical Theatre Masterclass integrating deaf and hearing performers into a dynamic, cohesive physical theatre ensemble to devise a new

Dreaming of a village – Una Walker

Dreaming of a village: An Exhibition by Una Walker University of Atypical, Atypical Gallery Exhibition opening Thursday 5th October 2023 at 6.00pm Artist Gallery Talk – Friday 6th October 2023 at 1.00pm Exhibition will continue until Friday 24th November 2024 at 5.00pm Exhibition: “Dreaming of a village” is an installation

Connecting Artists Programme

University of Atypical is delighted to exhibit work created as part of the Connecting Artists Programme 2023. Connecting Artists is a creative programme of the Connections Arts Centre which is an award winning not-for-profit Social Enterprise supporting the Disability community in Ireland. Their objective is to improve the lives of

Epitaph – Amy Hannah

The University of Atypical for Arts and Disability is delighted to welcome you to Epitaph an exhibition of new work by artist Amy Hannah opening at 5.30pm on Thursday the 18th of June 2023. ‘Epitaph’ is a body of work that seeks to visualise the experience of the neurodivergent artist

Upside Down – Ciaran Magill

Upside Down Ciaran Magill 4 May to 9 June 2023 About the Exhibition The University of Atypical is delighted to invite you to join us for the launch of, Upside Down an exhibition of new work by artist Ciaran Magill opening at 5.00 pm on Thursday the 4th of May

Urban Survival Kits Exhibition 2023

About the exhibition – what to expect Urban Survival Kits (USK) is an innovative Erasmus + programme led by the University of Atypical for Arts and Disability (UofA) in Belfast and devised by artist Julie McGowan. This exhibition is the result of a two-year long international creative learning project exploring

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