Article printed in CultureHUB Magazine My name’s Roman. I’m from Poland. I’ve been living in Ireland for three years. I used to work as a photographer and a writer in my country. It was a lifetime ago… I left my country. I found a job here, in Ireland. Physical one, in a factory. My hobbies … More Artist Interview: Roman Lipczynski
Article printed in CultureHUB Magazine Go Girl are a Belfast based collaborative creative community of women that believe in feminism, opportunity and inclusion. They hold pop up exhibitions, gigs, some produce a podcast and have even been involved in TEDX Talks at Stormont, amongst many other things. They’re passionate about offering support to other creatives, … More Artist Interview: Go Girl Collective
We are all familiar with the Ulster Museum; dinosaur bones, vintage cars, Neolithic tools, rare crystals and gemstones and of course, mummies in glass cases. But did you know the Ulster Museum is also one of the paramount venues for seeing contemporary art in Belfast? Tucked in amongst the aforementioned treasures is The Royal Ulster … More Exhibition Review: Royal Ulster Academy Annual Exhibition 2016
Article printed in CultureHUB Magazine John Baucher is a photographer and artist from Tandragee, Co Armagh. He has travelled extensively with his work, dealing with broad and diverse subject matters. He creates work that explores themes of identity, self and belonging. His most recent series, ‘It Is Nothing New’ is an exploration of immigration, the … More Artist Interview: John Baucher
If I had a pound for every time I’ve been called ‘opinionated,’ ‘bossy,’ or ‘difficult,’ I’d have been able to pay off at least 0.8% of my student loans by now, or treated myself to a few slightly flashier bottles of red wine than what’s ‘on offer’ that day. The point is, it’s a) not unusual … More Is it ’cause I is difficult?
Author: Kevin Curran • Publisher: Liberties Press Citizens, a book set between Ireland in 1916, and Ireland during the economic crash of 2011 is a transgenerational novel by Kevin Curran, an Irish writer with an immeasurably flexible ability to transition from one time era to the other with ease. The novel’s protagonist, Neil, is a … More Citizens | Book Review
Friday 6th May saw Belfast come alive to the intoxicating sounds of The Haggis Horns as part of The Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club running in this year’s CQAF’s line up. The Haggis Horns, a 7 piece band which describe themselves as a “live funk extravaganza combining heavy breakbeat funk, soul, hip-hop and afrobeat … More Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club + The Haggis Horns The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival- Review