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Footage from NI Screen's Digital Film Archive provides the source material to inspire contemporary works 'of enormous interest and beauty'
The renowned artist's eye-catching textile installation is a colourful commentary on freedom of movement across the Irish divide
Career retrospective brings highlights from the multi-talented artist's immense body of work together for the first time at Banbridge's F.E. McWilliam Gallery
Though tinged with sadness, this annual celebration of new young talents remains bold and provoking in its Northern Ireland debut
Part of the Communities United festival, Joe Campbell's latest exhibition embodies a new hub of creativity hidden in Derry's industrial outskirts
Visionary artists Cleary Connolly lend a fresh pair of eyes with high-tech helmets designed to simulate how different creatures see the world
Aislinn Cassidy's fusion of both fields stems from systematic constraints in education and disconnect between areas of study
Meabh Nichol and family on opening the Ormeau Road's new Hallows Gallery and the visual works making it a viable venture
Vice illustrator Stephen Maurice Graham on 'elevating the ordinary to a fantastical place' with his online comic series and its not-so-super protagonist
We profile the young Donegal artist whose work earned him last year's Royal Ulster Academy Portrait Prize
Enniskillen hosts Alan Millgan's interactive sculpture in August for the Happy Days festival
Derry~Londonderry's festival of digital culture and technology returns from September 9 – 15
Watch video from Brian John Spencer's exhibition of satirical caricatures at Common Grounds café
Jenny Cathcart reports from Enniskillen, where artists, museums, protesters and poets welcome the international forum
Artistic director Michael Weir introduces two outstanding exhibitions at the Waterfront Hall and Ormeau Baths Gallery
Rita Duffy brings wit and wisdom to the City of Culture with an engaging new exhibition in the City Shirt Factory
After a two-year hiatus, the city-wide celebration of photography returns with some intriguing exhibitions and talks
Joe Campbell's Distant Fields set to be unveiled in Derry~Londonderry on May 23
Enniskillen's award-winning press photographer enjoys a retrospective at Fermanagh County Museum
Dominic Kearney visits Derry~Londonderry's newest art space, part of the city's exciting new 'cultural corridor'
Artist Kevin Collins' exhibition celebrates the institution in its 225th anniversary year
The Scottish artist explains why he has built a Japanese rock garden in a former architect's office in the Cathedral Quarter
Austin's Department Store in Derry~Londonderry becomes an on-street gallery as Keith Ayton and Hugh Rooney exhibit work
Derry~Londonderry to host four outstanding artists from October when the exhibition is held at Ebrington for City of Culture
The FE McWilliam Gallery in Banbridge showcases lesser-seen and unfinished work by the renowned surrealist
Watch video from the Ulster Museum, as Head of Art, Kim Mawhinney, introduces works by Tracey Emin, Grayson Perry and others
The abstract painter will focus on the River Bann and new disciplines having won the Arts Council's Major Individual Artist award
The creatives behind Derry~Londonderry's Uproar Comics are not interested in resting on their laurels following the success of breakout saga, Zombies Hi
Take a photograph of someone imitating a famous art work and win a weekend in Derry~Londonderry in June
The Belfast artist is inspired by the Golden Age of Hollywood with her debut solo exhibition at Queen's Film Theatre
Fab Labbers in Derry~Londonderry help to launch the programme for this year's celebration of the creative industries, taking place throughout March
Marvel Comics' debut fine art collection, curated by legendary comics writer Stan Lee and featuring six iconic covers, runs in Belfast until March 12
Jenny Cathcart visits the Fermanagh County Museum to discover more about 'one of the titans of 20th century art'
Amateur film clips and photographs from Derry~Londonderry needed for new digital archive. Watch video and find out how to contribute
Fusing her love of music and art, Susan Hughes's current exhibition of portraits at the Ulster Hall features some familiar faces
Ongoing research project was created to stimulate debate on the importance of the arts and culture in cities around the world
Tattoo parlour Skullduggery Tatu in Belfast prepare to host an exhibition of works by artists Lola Garcia and Diego Balderas. 'Now tattoos are for everybody'
Artist Leslie Nicholl narrates a slideshow of images from his current exhibition at the North Down Museum, featuring images of Nazi detainees
The conceptual artist hopes to 'make you feel a little bit sick' with her current exhibit in the Belfast gallery, which features multiple audio recordings
A major retrospective of the iconic pop artist's work comes to Belfast from February 8 to April 28. 'If he were here today, he'd definitely be tweeting!'
Having conquered the comics industry with the peerless Preacher series, Garth Ennis discusses living in New York City, Hollywood adaptations and his forthcoming new title
The contemporary art space in Derry~Londonderry is set to exhibit work by national and international artists during the City of Culture year
After pursuing a career in engineering, Roslyn Kee was drawn back to art. Her current photographic exhibition is on show in the Strule Arts Centre in Omagh
Derry~Londonderry will truly shine when the Lumiere Derry festival of light closes UK City of Culture 2013, and your concept could be a part of it
Nou La - We Are Here, by photographic artist John Baucher, documents life in the Iron Market in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince one year after the earthquake
James Moore, co-owner of Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory in Belfast, on making clove rock, selling shamrocks and putting on a festive show
Watch video highlights of the major cultural events that took place across Northern Ireland, and read Creative Programmer Cian Smyth's end of year thoughts
The Alley Arts Centre gives a smudger's-eye-view of changing times in County Tyrone
Culture Company launch competition for one lucky winner to attend many of the major events during City of Culture 2013
New exhibition from the Belfast artist reinterprets Wagner's epic The Ring Cycle and other works
The Turner Prize-nominated artist on the City of Culture 2013 programme and how Derry has shaped his oeuvre
Belfast photographer Brian J Morrison delves into the weird world of professional wrestling for the latest show at Catalyst Arts
Following a comprehensive detective search, the Ulster Museum showcase rarely seen works by the multi-talented Belfast artist
The illusion between art and reality is explored by various national and international artists in the central Belfast gallery
The Belfast Festival at Queen's welcomes comic book writer Gail Simone. 'Comics are still trying to catch up with Wonder Woman'
Mural artist Danny Devenny's unusual official portrait of the former Lord Mayor of Belfast goes on display in City Hall. 'It's probably the most nerve-wracking thing I've had to do'
New works by the likes of Colin Bateman and Willie Doherty benefit from £1m Arts Council investment
Design guru Wayne Hemingway heads for Derry~Londonderry, where creepy couture brings Twilight to the Banks of the Foyle
Jim Mullin of Irish Art Restorers on the pleasures and pitfalls of his vocation, and how easy it is to get it wrong
Where will you be on the evening of Friday, September 21? Plan your Culture Night 2012 schedule here
After selling redesigned furniture in pop-up shops across Northern Ireland, founder Jill O'Neill lays down roots in central Belfast
Artist and curator Sinéad O’Donnell works with five international artists who suffer from an 'invisible disability'
The Culloden Estate hosts a world-class exhibition of Irish sculptures from Gormley's art dealers
Manager David Henderson aims to give emerging Northern Irish designers 'a chance to become successful'
German artist Hans Peter Kuhn's installation at the Giant's Causeway surprises visitors with the unpredictability of nature
Centred around the Ormeau Road, the multi-disciplinary arts festival shows work by artists in their own environments
The conceptual artist takes ispiration from Samuel Beckett for new installation at the Happy Days Festival
The Swedish artist's video installations are so atmospheric, you can almost smell the sweat
The inaugural four-day festival of 'tech, media and music' takes over venues across the maiden city
Fusco's ice-cream, nuns and Rhianna in New Lodge – the 'Belfast archive' welcomes all-comers