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Mo McDevitt

A life in art

Mo was born on the Donegall Road in Matilda Street and moved to Ashley Avenue on the Lisburn Road in south Belfast when she was 5 years old. “It was not the Golden Mile, but it was an area of warm people, again the...

Jonathan Bardon

Bernard Conlon interviews

Bernard Conlon talks to retired lecturer, historian and writer Jonathan Bardon. Jonathan Bardon was born in December 1941 in south Dublin into a middle class Protestant family. He recalls memories of austerity, ...

Assembly in the Marketplace

Art exhibition held in the Cultúrlann showcasing the work of Caoimhghin Ó Croidheáin, a Dublin Artist whose subjects include international issues, everyday scenes and the political history of Ireland, stretching back ...

A Century Later: Ronnie Appleton

Reflections on a dying community which gave much to the development of Belfast. “I think the Belfast Jewish community has made a contribution to Northern Ireland much in excess to its numbers”

Robert Ballagh: Talent in Solidarity

Interviewed on a visit to Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich in Belfast in March 2013 to launch his exhibition and fund raiser, Robert Ballagh has generously given his artistic commitment to a range of causes, both politicall...