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Arts for All, based in The John Luke Gallery, is a community based gallery, celebrating home-grown and international creative talent.
Arts For All was established in 2000 in the north of the city, where the renowned artist John Luke lived and worked. It is a community-based arts organisation with charitable status and their ethos is that of a celebration of both home-grown and international creative talent.
They reach out to schools, community groups and charities and have a global network of artists, giving their gallery a thriving and vastly creative atmosphere. Through workshops, mentoring schemes and exhibitions, they provide support for emerging artists and a platform for a wide range of art forms in what must be the friendliest gallery in Belfast.
Call in for a chat and a cup of tea, have a browse around the beautiful art, or sign up to one of the many workshops.