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To mark the end of the Centenary of WW1, a week of free public activities and events will be held across Northern Ireland, on the theme of Shared Heritage.
To mark the recent discovery and display of a bronze hand bell from Ballyclog, Co. Tyrone, this series of talks will look at life in Early Christian Ireland, at the use of church hand bells and at the identity of a mysterious musical instrument!
While in prison, Morrow painted on an almost daily basis, often observing from the same viewpoint, recording the changing colours of the seasons and variations in the weather.
Creative Arts & Crafts Classes at The Ulster Folk Museum
Still-life is often overlooked. In this series of lectures Amanda Croft will bring it into focus.
Lavery and Old Master Paintings
The Ulster Museum will be hosts to fashion designers Teatum Jones as they talk about their work in the fashion industry, and the inspiration behind their moving fashion film ‘Global Womanhood'.
Discover how Titanic and her sister ships were designed and built and find out about life onboard through fascinating objects and personal stories. Finally, learn more about the tragic loss in 1912 and the legacy of Titanic.
Stroll through the outdoor museum as a mix of international and home-grown talented acts fill the air with the infectious sounds of bluegrass and old-time music.
Join us for St Patrick’s Day celebrations at the Ulster American Folk Park