Belfast is famous for its Street Art; images showing the murals of the conflict have flashed across TV screens worldwide for decades. But where has this tradition of painting on our walls led us?
Every Sunday at 12 noon starting in Commercial Court, (beside the Duke of York)
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The Faculty is for people who want to keep learning. It’s a loose umbrella of events and courses for people who want to expand their horizons and learn new skills. Our new partnership with Blick Studios and Infinite Jest is only a few months old but most of our events are selling out. It seems that just because you’ve left school doesn’t mean you lot want to stop learning. We won’t give you a certificate or letters after your name but you will be better at something or know more about something and for most people that’s enough.
Seedhead Arts has 25 years of experience running events. In that time we’ve build up an unparalleled network of hugely talented artists and performers and an intimate understanding of how to utilise these skills to produce small and large scale impacts at all sorts of events.
At the core of Seedbed’s creative output is our regular events. Midweek Magic, Real Sketchy and Secret Cabaret are at the heart of what we do. We want to play with format and provide access and ownership to creative process and performance. We want you to feel part of something when you come to our events, we want to play with the notions of performer and audience, but most of all we want you to have a brilliant time.
Sometimes opportunities arise to be part of one off events. These can be as a result of us being asked to contribute to events but more often it's because we see the opportunity to do something interesting and we do it. Could be anything… watch this space...
Over the past two years Hit the North has gone from strength to strength, helping transform the Cathedral Quarter, and bringing high quality street art into the public consciousness like never before. Plans are already underway for this year’s event. Painting will commence in early September and continue up to the main festival on 18th & 19th September, playing a huge part in Culture Night and the CNX programme.