A reveal of artwork created by two young people who were supported by Dundonald Art Corridor, a community art project that enhances local community spaces.
The young people involved are local to the area and creativity helped them through lockdown and they have then used these skills to start their own businesses. They are an inspiration to other young people in the area.
This new artwork is on the exterior wall of the library and will direct focus to a public shared and safe space servicing all of the community.
One-piece with the support of Artist –in -Residence Jojo Stevenson is of Dundonald’s most recognised landmarks the Cleland Mausoleum. The other piece interpreted by maps from the Libraries NI Cleland Collection shows Dundonald Village and Grahamsbridge Road
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Ards & North Down Borough Council is hosting an online event highlighting the similarities between the Ulster Scots and Irish languages through a series of talks and storytelling.
Libraries NI is hosting an exhibition of the artwork of Mabel Thompson. An incredible woman, Mabel Thompson continued to paint even after her sight began to fail right up to when she was completely blind.
Mabel served in every office of Dundonald Arts Society and was president until her death at 103. The exhibition includes a portrait that Bill Gatt painted at an art society meeting when she was 99.
During library hours.
Contact branch for details t: 028 9048 3994, e: email@example.com
Showcase from Carrowdore Early Years Centre celebrating and embracing the future, engaging in positive community relations with parents, staff team and the wider community with the Media Initiative for Children Respecting Difference Programme.
A compilation of photographs and videos from Ards and North Down Borough Councils’ Good Relations programmes from 2015 to 2020.