The iconic Errigal Mountain serves as the inspiration for many art works across numerous disciplines. This exhibition puts a range of these on display in the Cultúrlann’s Gerard Dillon Gallery until 18 November.
Writers and wildlife will be the subjects of two exciting new exhibitions which are opening next week in the Cultúrlann, at 7pm on Thursday, 1 October. Drawing on Words by Joanna Mules celebrates some of our most celebrated writers with portraits of them reading from their own work. Patricia Craig will open the exhibition in the Ballaí Bána, upstairs gallery.
Paul McCourt will demonstrate the link between health and arts. Having been diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease in 2010, he took up the brush and soon began to feel the positive effects of art on his health.
Here’s your opportunity to astound yourself and learn a new skill this Autumn. Join noted artist and architect Michael O’Doherty for a short bilingual course in sketching which will arm you with the basic techniques necessary for budding sketch artists.
Dermot Byrne, Steve Cooney and Trevor Hutchinson in concert
Three of Ireland’s most acclaimed traditional musicians perform at the Cultúrlann on 17 October next. This is sure to be a sell out performance so please book early to ensure you’re hear for one of the best concerts you’ll hear in Belfast this year.