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Award-winning novelist and playwright 'dismayed' to hear of popular arts website's imminent closure, and rues the loss of 'an invaluable resource'
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'
Respected DJ, producer and Hollywood film composer laments imminent closure of 'one of the best sources of information within the Northern Ireland arts and culture family'
Belfast craft shop exhibits original artwork and prints by Ireland's foremost Celtic art specialist and creator of that iconic two-tone Che Guevara portrait
Our users have rallied to tell the Arts Council of Northern Ireland how and why they use our website and associated digital platforms - read what they have to say
Acclaimed novelist praises popular arts website for 'energetically highlighting the work of new artists across all genres... I am personally indebted to it'
Critic John Higgins on how writing for Culture NI provided solace following a bereavement and indirectly led to the foundation of a now thriving fledgling theatre company
Colin Davidson, president of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts and portrait artist to the stars, labels Culture NI 'an increasingly vital and hugely supportive website'
Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin and Derry City Council collaborate to bring celebration of Celtic culture back to Derry, with Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, Cornwall and the Isle of Man represented
Employment agency working to connect employers with those on the autistic spectrum engages the creative industries with March 31 event supported by the Department of Culture, Arts & Leisure
'Its archival and historical value are considerable... It seems to me hugely sad that a proven centre of journalistic excellence such as Culture NI is being done away with'
Paul Hippsley, managing editor of the Derry-based publishing house, releases statement following news that the Arts Council of Northern Ireland have withdrawn its funding
List of Annual Funding Programme awards for 2015/16 now available to view, with Culture Northern Ireland, Blackstaff Press, Musical Theatre 4 Youth and others losing core funding
Young minds across the North West encouraged to take part in a packed line-up of stimulating events later this year
2015 is set to be a busy year for flautist Eimear McGeown, composer Ryan Molloy, baritone Ben McAteer and others – here's what to look out for
Derry-based songwriter and producer on collaborating with football pundit Guillem Balague, refusing to be categorised and releasing his debut album in June – listen to lead off single 'Sharks'
Children's television production company Sixteen South scoops award for Best Music/Sound Design for Lily’s Driftwood Bay score composed by Score Draw Music
'All our styles tend to mingle together in one big melting pot.' We meet the Northern Irish designers showcasing work in Belfast from March 19-22
Eclectic author leaves gritty realism behind for a teenage love story. She's no fan of Fifty Shades: 'If you're going to write something romantic, the reader has to be in love with the hero'
Artist Luke Jerram calls for cyclists of all abilities to lead or take part in three community cycle rides through Derry at dusk for the benefit of sleepy children
DJ, producer and film composer reveals details of 'God's Waiting Room', a new Tuesday night residency in an undisclosed location 'where music has never been played'
As the annual music and media conference returns to Austin, Texas, we journey back in time to see how Northern Ireland's delegation fared in 2013
Hollywood star lends voice to Tourism Ireland's latest ad campaign celebrating the annual holiday
With Red Nose Day returning on March 13, some of Northern Ireland's finest stand-ups write about their favourites comics, from Kevin McAleer to Vic and Bob
New episodes of BBC Two serial killer drama commissioned with Fifty Shades of Grey actor Jamie Dornan and Gillian Anderson set to reprise roles
16-25 and have an idea? Get matched up with free space in towns and cities across Northern Ireland to explore your creative talents, passions and potential
We appraise the Ballymena-born Hollywood heavyweight's five best and five worst films. Agree or disagree?
Star Wars convention at W5 attracts costumed fans from across Northern Ireland – watch video featuring Darth Vader actor David Prowse as Creativity Month gains momentum
'Racism is a knife sharpened on the whetstone of sectarianism.' Daragh Carville, Fionnuala Kennedy and Maggie Cronin on writing about the intercultural experiences of minorities living in Northern Ireland for Terra Nova
Students at the University of Ulster's York Street Campus exhibit work in photography, fashion, architecture and more alongside invited artists from around the world
Lurgan singer-songwriter on generating hundreds of thousands of YouTube views, sharing the iTunes number three spot with Ed Sheeran and writing original material with the help of Generator NI
New festival endorsed by Stephen Fry and scheduled to encourage creative engagement ahead of the May 2015 election – enter your five proposals for change to the Alternative Manifesto
'We will leave drunks or troublemakers to the bar staff but there are lots of other situations that can develop.' Accidental Theatre Company invite audiences to their newest immersive production in a Belfast office building
'A good record shop should be about something more than commerce.' Owner Kenny Murdock marks one year in business with free sets from Robyn G Shiels, OneKnown and more
Mysterious case donated to Red Barn Gallery – view photographs taken in Belfast circa 1930-1940 including image of 'Moshulu' ship featured in The Godfather
Director to attend charity screening of Disney movie starring Cate Blanchett at Dublin Road Movie House Cinema in aid of NICVA and Into Film
Watch video as artist David Best and a network of volunteers working from the Nerve Centre's FabLab construct the monumental wooden structure that will tower over Derry from March 14-21
Queen's University student Emer Maguire wins FameLab science communication competition with intriguing talk exploring humans' urge to kiss - watch her hilarious presentation in full
In the wake of the global celebration we list ten of Ulster's most illustrious artists and leaders, from Dana to Mary McAleese
Nationwide celebration of creativity and the creative industries kicks off this week – get inspired to take part with our playlist of videos from last year's events Pages