A number of the region’s public art galleries have begun to reopen following a significant period of closure as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. From R-Space in Lisburn, Millennium Court in Portadown to VOID in Derry-Londonderry and Belfast Exposed, Craft NI, The MAC, Golden Thread Gallery and University of Atypical, all in Belfast, there is a wealth of visual art on display to get out and enjoy safely this autumn!
Whilst we all need to remain vigilant with regard to health and safety during this pandemic, the public can take confidence that every safety measure is in place within those galleries that are open. All galleries are running a booking system, available on their websites, to ensure that the number of people in the gallery at any one time is fully controlled. Mask wearing is essential and there are a number of sanitizing stations throughout the spaces.
See more information at the Arts Council of Northern Ireland’s website: http://artscouncil-ni.org/news/art-galleries-safely-reopen-to-the-public-across-northern-ireland