Belfast Exposed

Exhibitions

6th Feb - 29th Feb

Murmur

Belfast Exposed is pleased to present 'Murmur' by Ben Malcolmson, an artist in our Belfast Exposed Futures programme. Ben was...

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23rd Jan - 21st Mar

Inside Out – New Photography from China

Belfast Exposed is delighted to present a co-curated selection of works from 15 renowned photographers, lecturers and student...

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Community

24th Oct - 28th Nov

Through the Looking Glass

‘Through the Looking Glass’ a photographic exhibition by a group of women from the Greater Village Regeneration Trust. ...

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27th Sep - 15th Nov

WALLonWALL

WALLonWALL is a global photographic exhibition about walls that separate people worldwide photographed by award winning artis...

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Without Power There is Darkness

Community

2nd Jun 2014 to 13th Jun 2014

About The Exhibition

Without Power There is Darkness is a collaboration between Belfast Exposed and AES. The exhibition opens on Monday 2nd June at 6pm in Stormont Long Gallery.

Without Power There is Darkness is a photography project aimed at young people to encourage them to think about energy and their individual role in protecting the environment and sustaining our energy source.

The Project was delivered by Belfast Exposed and supported by AES, our major power providers through Ballylumford and Kilroot Power Stations. P7 pupils took part from Carrickfergus (St Nicholas and Victoria Primary Schools) and Larne (Larne and Inver and Cairncastle Primary Schools) areas.

The project encouraged young people to use the medium of photography creatively, through a series of workshops, to capture and express how energy works in the environment around them, their role in sustaining it into the future and how we can challenge and change attitudes towards this, asking the viewer to look at the images themselves and how we all can actively play a role in this.

The exhibition will be on display in Stormont's Long Gallery until Friday 13 June.

Partners

Students of St Nicholas, Victoria, Larne and Inver and Cairncastle Primary Schools