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Belfast Mela 2010

The Belfast Mela returned to the Botanic Gardens for it's biggest event to date. Featuring a huge collection of artists, such as Eternal Taal, Desi Brave Hearts and Ulfah Collective, who are a Muslim Gospel Choir, ...

Circus School

The first Circus School exchange programme with Belfast Community Circus and the international association CARAVAN Network, which brings together young people from seven different nations throughout Europe to learn an...

Mark Revels ‘Protect-Infect’

An ambitious project which brings to light the struggles and joys of life in the 21st century. “The circle of life is both beautiful and bittersweet in its uncompromising persistence to evolve.” Mark Revels. Nor...

The Colin Middleton Centenary

“As a man he was compact, concentrated and charismatic. There was an electric charge when you met him.” Michael Longley. Mo McDevitt talks to decorative landscape painter Colin Middleton’s daughter, Jane Middleton,...

Neil Shawcross: The Portrait

“It’s a purely natural and innate thing in me. It’s always been there. The less I have to think and just paint...the better.” Neil Shawcross Neil Shawcross grew up and studied art in Lancashire, England before movi...

Banquet: Suffragist Mural Unveiling

Unveiling of a new mural on the Shankill Road dedicated to Northern Ireland's suffragettes, designed by artist Rita Duffy.

A Century Later: Sean McKernan

Over thirty years of photography from a man determined to keep the history of the city he loves alive. “I’ve been a photographer for most of my life, I always pick up a camera, I feel naked if I go out without a ca...

A Century Later: The Working Class – Containing the Past

Class, gender and sectarianism in a society of divided loyalties and years of violence and political conflict. How to remember the past and how can we all strive for a shared future?

Belfast Exposed 30th Anniversary

"If you go back to 1983, there was no organisation set up to encourage the development of photography at any level. Belfast Exposed was the first organisation to allow and encourage photographers to show their work.” ...

Bel Canto, School of Singing

The Bel Canto School of Singing is one of the first specialist singing school of its kind in Northern Ireland. Aimed at young, emerging singers who wish to formalise their learning through graded singing exams, the...

Suitcase Stories

Arts project by ArtsEkta which invited members of the local Indian community to tell their story in the form of unique suitcases, which they designed though a series of workshops. "The climate was different, the fo...

Afghanistan: Chronotopia

A discussion between Belfast Exposed and Simon Norfolk on his wonderful exhibition of photographs, a personal vision of a war-ravaged landscape (2004). “I was reminded of the story of Schliemann’s discovery of the ...

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