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The 27-year old artist offers insight beyond her years into the age-old profession and how its evolving with new technologies
A career behind the camera lens used to be just a pipe dream for former plumber Tony Moore, until he hit upon his now trademark technique and struck commercial gold
Urban murals and graffiti marketing may be a current craze, but for the 'Belfast Banksy' it's a passion that's taken perseverance and a positive outlook to turn into a living
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
Darran Anderson sees the challenge laid down by artists in the countryside
Aims to make a positive contribution to art and design education
Sculptor and installation artist
Palestinian born artist whose work is 'unashamedly escapist'
Carlisle’s work ranges from the abstract to the political
Unloading the memory banks of an Irish female childhood
Belfast born painter of 'ominous and displaced borderlands'
Unique pieces of hand felt art-to-wear
'Art was a channel to another realm'
'Be it quick, or be it slow, everything transitions, everything interfuses.'
A constructor of intimate narratives in boxes
Designer and maker of bespoke furniture and environmental sculpture
A much loved and often painted feature of Belfast
A picture of innocence
The 'Curfew Tower' in Cushendall continues to play an enigmatic role
Naive artist survived by only four early works.
The official history of naive art in Northern Ireland begins with the work of Gretta Bowen.
Portraitist and painter of industrial Belfast.
Blackshaw is regarded as one of Ireland’s finest contemporary artists
The best known exponent of abstraction to come from Northern Ireland
Designer who has won worldwide recognition for stylish Irish textiles
Painter, teacher and star of Awash with Colour
Internationally acclaimed artist
Permanent exhibition at the Ulster Museum
One of the most celebrated artists currently working in Europe
The Derry born sculptor who fashions extraordinary images from many varied materials
The primitive artist who began to paint a few weeks before her seventieth birthday
Theo Snoddy on the impact of the Troubles on Northern Irish art
Specialises in designing and making large-scale ceramic and brick sculptural features
Now a source of community pride and celebration
The name of Locky Morris is synonymous with visual art in Derry
Charles McAuley is renowned for his landscapes depicting rural Glens life
'I see it as a religious experience. It's an act of faith.'
From painter to sculptor
One of the leading portraitists working in Northern Ireland today
One of the most collectable artists of his generation
Sculptor who has completed many major commissions
Performance artist representing Northern Ireland at the Venice Biennale
An introduction to public art in Belfast, Derry, and the rest of Northern Ireland.
The artist as enabler, catalyst and maker
Enniskillen gallery promoting contemporary Irish artists
Desima Connolly finds out about a unique creative retreat in Co Antrim
Images of an Irish Arcadia
Belfast artist representing Northern Ireland at the Venice Biennale
Karen Brown seeks out the UTV Art Collection with its new curator
In the first of a series, critic Peter Haining profiles Brian Connolly
Graphic artist and community worker who launched his first solo exhibition in 1994