Reflections: Costume 1740-2013
10:00 - 17:00, Friday 31 May 2013 - Sunday 27 April 2014
The Ulster Museum has a brand new costume gallery, and we’re using it to showcase the very best of our costume collection, from the Georgian period to the present day.
Armagh Art Club
Saturday 29 June 2013 - Saturday 7 September 2013
Armagh County Museum
Annual Exhibition by local Art Club.
Titanic: Window on Emigration
10:00 - 16:00, Tuesday 28 February 2012 - Sunday 2 March 2014
Ulster American Folk Park
Have you ever wondered what life was like for the emigrants from Ireland who boarded Titanic?
Revealed: Government Art Collection
10:00 - 17:00, Friday 15 March 2013 - Sunday 9 June 2013
The first touring exhibition from the Government Art Collection, in which over 160 works from this 114-year-old collection are ‘revealed’ under one roof.
Citizen Science: 150 years of the Belfast Naturalists’ Field Club
10:00 - 17:00, Friday 8 March 2013 - Sunday 2 June 2013
The Belfast Naturalists’ Field Club was established 150 years ago to promote the study of the natural history and archaeology of Belfast and its surrounding district. This exhibition reviews the Club’s origins and achievements since then by focusing on a few of the many individuals who have enjoyed being its members.
A Gift to the City - Paintings by Sir John Lavery
10:00 - 17:00, Friday 17 May 2013 - Sunday 15 September 2013
To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Belfast Charter, which granted Belfast town status in 1613, this exhibition focuses on one of Belfast’s most famous painters.
Armagh Art Club Summer Exhibition
Saturday 29 June 2013 - Friday 6 September 2013
Armagh County Museum
Armagh Art Club has been exhibiting paintings in the museum for over 40 years.
Native, Visitor or Invader?
Friday 22 October 2010 - Sunday 12 January 2014
The animals and plants of Ireland are mostly either native or introduced species, while visiting species (migrants - mainly birds) add further variety. The globalisation of trade, transport, tourism and economic migration, together with climate change, has seen the arrival of many invading (alien) species - often to the detriment of native plants and animals.
Painting in St Ives
Friday 28 September 2012 - Sunday 1 September 2013
During the twentieth century St Ives, a picturesque Cornish fishing town, became a major centre for the Modern Movement in British art.
The Ulster Crisis: Irish Home Rule and the Ulster Covenant
Friday 21 September 2012 - Sunday 30 March 2014
In 1912, Ireland stood on the brink of conflict. It seemed inevitable that, by 1914, a parliament in Dublin would govern Ireland for the first time in over a hundred years.
Three Hundred Years of Irish Landscape Painting
Friday 2 November 2012 - Sunday 1 September 2013
This exhibition, drawn from the Ulster Museum collection, traces the history of Irish landscape painting from the 1700s to present.