This event has been cancelled.
Due to the current outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) this event has been cancelled.
Much of Ursula’s art practice deals with issues of representation and identity, exploring abuses of power in both social and political spheres.
Ursula worked in Belfast for many years and she often takes the post-conflict Northern Irish context as a critical point of departure to approach international concerns. This exhibition showcases beautiful artworks which act as a bridge between the classical ideal with the reality of today’s world.
Programming in association with A False Dawn includes :-
A False Dawn: Embroidery and Politics - 27 March
A False Dawn: Embroidery and Politics Teachers’ Workshop - 28 March (Book online at nmni.com)
A False Dawn: Gallery Tour - 1 May
A False Dawn Talk - 29 May
Find out more at nmni.com
Upcoming events at Ulster Museum
A fascinating series of conversations focused on the role of art in Northern Ireland’s prisons during the Troubles…