Craft at the Museum Series: Historic Craft Collection Tour
About the event
Join us at the Ulster Museum for the Craft at the Museum Series. On the 9th August, Kim Mawhinney, Senior Curator of Art, National Museums NI will lead the Historic Craft Collection Tour in the Applied Art Gallery at the Ulster Museum.
This tour will be an overview of the extraordinary collection held by the Ulster Museum, which will look at everything from how Belleek is made, to how to spot an early Irish glass decanter?
Free and open to all, we look forward to welcoming you there! Meet in the Applied Art Gallery at the Ulster Museum on the 5th Floor at 1pm.
Image. Greyhounds, parian porcelain, Belleek Pottery, First Period (1863-1890) BELUM.V2010
Continue to check on the CRAFT NI and the Belfast International Arts Festival Websites for updates on more talks by craft makers throughout August and September.
Where is it taking place?
5th Floor Ulster Museum,
When is it taking place?
August 9th, 1pm to 2pm
Do you need to book?
No, booking is not required
About August Craft Month with Craft NI
This event is a part of August Craft Month with Craft NI, Northern Ireland’s celebration of craft. Summer 2022 will mark the 16th annual August Craft Month with makers all across Northern Ireland getting involved.
All August Craft Month events are run independently by the event organisers. For questions regarding the event please contact the event organiser directly.