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This exhibition is a survey of the career of leading Northern Irish artist Brian Ballard
and marks our largest solo exhibition. When starting out as an artist, Brian
Ballard was described as one of the most promising painters of his generation by
Kenneth Jamison. Over the past fifty years his work has progressed from figuration
to abstraction in the sixties and seventies and back to figuration.
Held Saturdays from 14th March to 18th April 2015
Professional dancer and choreographer Bridget Madden has devised this six-week course for young people aged 11-16 years. By using a range of contemporary dance and movement, the group will explore all aspects of dance from making choreography to performing, dancing in solos, duets and groups and improvisation. A great chance for young people to get creative in a relaxed environment, build their confidence, exercise and learn about professional dance and self expression through movement.
Classes from 19 March to 9 May, 7-9pm (no class on 2nd April)
Our popular Life Drawing course - the only one on the North Coast - returns for another 8 week run. Join professional artist Sebastiano Furci for an enjoyable course which gives you the opportunity to draw or paint a live model. Whether you're an experienced artist seeking a life model or a beginner just wanting to improve your skills, this has proven to be a lovely, supportive, creative course for participants of all abilities. Some freestanding and table easels are provided, but please bring along your own preferred materials. If in doubt, please call us to discuss. Suitable for ages 16+
This is a special chance to hear one of the world's finest concert pianists who has pursued a life connecting many genres of music defying categorisations. Joanna has appeared as a concert pianist in over 70 countries, performing at the world's most prestigious venues including Wigmore Hall and Southbank, Sydney Opera House, the Mozarteum and the Concertgebouw.
Have you ever wondered how different places were named? Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust (CCGHT) is pleased to present the initial results of their Towlands, Fieldnames and Feature Names research project in the Causeway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Travelling along the Causeway Coastal Route the exhibition looks at many well-known place names to discover their fascinating origins.
Join experienced artist and facilitator Sinead Smyth for a fun creative morning, sculpting your own Clydesdale horse which will have the opportunity to be displayed within the upcoming 'The Furrow and The Plough' exhibition at the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre.
Maximum 15 children, ages 6-12
Take on a challenge with your family and friends with a range of wet and dry action packed programmes on various dates over Easter. Easter egg and hot drink for all full day participants.
Dynamic and entertaining free street theatre featuring object manipulation expertise, high flung diablo tricks, thunderous whipcracking, dangerous juggling an a fiery finale!
Easter paper crafts for children with Thelma Whitehead
A unique opportunity for a local school to benefit from a creative workshop with the renowned artist Brian Ballard, coinciding with his exhibition. Pupils aged 9-11 years will explore portraiture and still life, producing their own artwork with Brian's guidance.
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