Creativity Month Video Highlights

The best action from Belfast Fashion Week, 'Icons: Batman' at the Nerve Centre, Eoin McNamee crime writing workshop in Bangor Carnegie Library and David Best's 'Temple'

Creativity Month is a celebration of creativity and the creative industries, involving festivals, workshops, concerts, exhibitions, film screenings, networking events and more in venues across Northern Ireland throughout March, supported by the Creative Industries Innovation Fund.

Watch video highlights from some of this year's most popular events below, and help Culture NI continue to cover events like these by telling the Arts Council of Northern Ireland why you love the website using this online form. An email will be automatically sent to the Arts Council and the Department of Culture, Arts & Leisure.

Icons: Batman – At the Nerve Centre in Derry, children young and old play retro Batman video games, take part in illustration workshops and have their photographs taken with the Caped Crusader himself

Belfast Fashion Week – Emerging Northern Irish designers showcase their works at a special catwalk event hosted by Belfast Fashion Week director, Cathy Martin

Eoin McNamee – Libraries NI writer-in-residence for the duration of Creativity Month discusses his popular crime novels and the techniques of teaching creative writing

Invasion Belfast – W5 at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast hosts the annual Star Wars convention, presented by the Emerald Garrison

Temple – Californian artist David Best and unskilled design volunteers at the Nerve Centre's FabLab construct the towering 'Temple', which attracted thousands of visitors to Derry between March 14-21

Creativity Month continues in venues across Northern Ireland until March 31.

Help Culture NI continue to cover events like these by telling the Arts Council of Northern Ireland why you love the website using this online form. An email will be automatically sent to the Arts Council and the Department of Culture, Arts & Leisure.