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Tea Time, Tea Towels and Tea Dances - Group show at R-Space Gallery

32 Castle Street, Lisburn, County Antrim, BT27 4XE
Image is of a red tea pot advertising the Tea exhibition at R-Space gallery

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Five artists / makers based in Northern Ireland at different career stages, working in a variety of media, were selected from an open call for this exhibition titled Teatime:

Amanda Croft

Fiona Jiandani

Paul Mulgrew

Millie Moore 

Pamela Walker

The selected artists responding to the theme ‘Teatime’ will exhibit work that includes collage, photography, short film, and textiles. 

R-Space received a large response to this open call and the quality of the submissions was exceptional. The Gallery has also invited these artists to present their work during the exhibition and included items for sale in our online shop. This work includes embroidery, ceramics, cyanotype, sculpture and painting.

R-Space will also be hosting an alternative tea dance for local and international community groups, funded by Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council Arts Grants, to run alongside the exhibition. If your group would like to get involved please contact Mags at rspacelisburn@gmail.com.

‘Teatime’  runs from 30th October – 26th November 2021 at R-Space Gallery (32 Castle Street, Lisburn) and online via R-Space Social media channels and www.rspacelisburn.com

Preview Saturday 30th October at 2pm – all welcome

(Please see R-Space Website and Facebook for further details)

Free entry Tuesday to Saturday 11am-5pm

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