Belfast Exposed


1st Dec - 25th Feb

Street View: Chad Alexander

From December 2022, Belfast Exposed is proud to be sharing a range of work by Chad Alexander via our Street View installation...

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9th Feb - 18th Mar

She / Her / Hers / Herself

In January 2023, Belfast Exposed presents an exhibition of new work by the socially engaged artist Anthony Luvera, She / Her ...

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24th May - 25th May

Belfast Exposed Photography Academy Showcase 2022

Belfast Exposed is proud to present The Belfast Exposed Photography Academy Showcase 2022, an exhibition featuring work from ...

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14th Oct - 25th Nov

Looking Through Our Eyes

Belfast Exposed present a photographic exhibition exploring the theme of portraits by a group of individuals who have an acqu...

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Artists Talk: Ulster University MFA Photography Showcase



17th June 2022




Belfast Exposed



About The Event

Join Belfast Exposed and Ulster University for an evening of discussion with artists whose work features in 'A Trace of Ownership', the 2022 Ulster University MFA Photography Showcase.

The Artist Talk will take place in Belfast Exposed on Friday 17 June, from 6pm.

Booking is required. You can book your free ticket here

The following artists will present their work and discuss their practice.

Teresa Lyle - F I N E

Lyle is an artist from Northern Ireland, winner of the 2017 Joseph Harron Award and the 2016Ulster Media Award in Photography. She worked on the Scope Project as a tutor in collaboration with the Playhouse Performing Arts Theatre, Derry and delivers workshops on still and video camera and editing software.

Clara Scullion - clean slate kids

Scullion was winner of the 2017 'In Public, In Particular Graduate Award' and shortlisted for the 2017 'Adobe Design Achievement Awards' for videography. As a qualified art teacher, she runs photography workshops as part of her socially engaged art practice.

Joe Laverty - Unquiet

Laverty is an Irish documentary, portrait & architectural photographer.His work often concerns unseen, hidden, liminal spaces in our urban environment and explores our human interaction with them, and his commissioned work has been published in Dezeen, Wallpaper, Huck, Irish Times, Cara and The Guardian.

Denis O’Shea - This Must Be The Place

O’Shea is working towards the MFA in Photography having recently retired following 40 years as a librarian. His early photography education was a combination of self-taught practice and he has a wide range of previous photographic experience and training, dating back to 1978.