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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

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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

Jacqueline Wylie: In Conversation

Jacqueline Wylie: In Conversation 24th February 2023 6pm – 7pm  Join us for an informal gathering with artist Jacqueline Wylie for an exhibition tour and talk about her work and ideas, it’s a great way to start the weekend and find out more about this unique and talented artist’s work. 

Claiming Space, Creating Space  Dr. Jacqueline Wylie 

About the exhibition Claiming Space, creating space is a new solo exhibition by Dr. Jacqueline Wylie. Wylie is a multidisciplinary artist whose ideas are often shaped and informed by her background as an industrial archaeologist. Wylie’s playful approach to art has a serious intent: to test the boundaries of what

Commune – Group Exhibition

Commune Group Exhibition 1 December 2022 – 20 January 2023 Launch from 5pm – 8pm Join us on Thursday the 1st of December 2022 for Late Night Art for an evening of cultural celebration, community and to mark our final exhibition of 2022. Commune brings together a selection of new

Images of Incoming

The Images of Incoming exhibition is the result of a project which engaged with some 50 women from Northern Ireland and Canada. The Northern Ireland -Canadian project emerged from an initial partnership between Queen’s University Belfast’s Open Learning (Adult Education) Programme and the British Columbia’s Adult Education Department of University

Workshop Exploring melody, music and Rhythm – Project Sparks

Come along and explore melody, movement and rhythm with Project Sparks’ exceptionally talented disabled/neurodivergent mentors. Every voice and ability will shine in this inclusive music workshop, as participants explore their creativity through drumming, singing, xylophones and other inclusive instruments. Everyone will leave wanting more music in their lives! Since 2017,

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