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The Drawing Rooms

Exhibition run: Thursday 21 March – Thursday 9 May 2024 Artist Talk – Friday 26 March 2024 1– 2pm Access: BSL Interpreter booked for artist

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NOCTURNES Documentation

NOCTURNES – Joel Simon  Belfast, November 22, 2023 – The University of Atypical is delighted to announce the unveiling of “NOCTURNES,” an extraordinary exhibition by

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I AM? Exhibition

I Am? – Exhibition Taking the theme of ‘I Am’ as a starting point or catalyst, the exhibition showcases a range of artworks representing each

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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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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

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Tairseach

Irish performance artist Sinéad O’Donnell will collaborate with Selina Bonelli (Maidstone, England) and Marta Bosowska (Poznan, Poland) on a new disability-led project and hybrid way of creative engagement. After a period of online dialogue and virtual and in-person research, the project will culminate in a residency and live public performance in Belfast.

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YES WE ARE IN!

An international inclusive livestream adventure IO1-Meeting Brussels Description: Five days of intensive training with five theatre groups. All participants, five ambassadors per theatre group are

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CRAFT:IN EU Project 2021

CRAFT:IN Crafting the Inclusion: Crafts and Practices in non-formal education for increasing social inclusion This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

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Image ID: A feminine figure sits on the ground in the bottom left of the photograph. They have long reddish/brown hair, wearing a white t-shirt and teal coloured trousers. They are looking through a camera on a tripod, beside them is a wheelchair. Six people are standing in a semi circle in the background and there are other people to the left and right of the photo.

Fittings & MisFittings

The DisOrdinary Architecture Project was established in 2008. Since then a network of disabled artists have collaborated with architecture, interiors and built environment students, educators,

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Brian Kielt – Confessional

Titled Confessional, this solo exhibition features portraits and landscapes which combine found and original imagery. The shifting perspectives of these paintings prompts the viewer to

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Acupuncture for Artists

Mental ill-health amongst artists is three times the national average. To coincide with Confessional’s themes of trauma and anxiety, we are offering free acupuncture sessions

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Mary Cody – String

Mary’s practice investigates the material nature of painting today. Through her steady, considered and labour-intensive approach, layers of wool, string and acrylic are carefully articulated

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