Accessing Architecture – ‘Where Do We Live’ workshop – starting 25 July

James Ashe’s first workshop for ‘Accessing Architecture’ with University of Atypical is on: Sunday 25th July, 11am-12pm at Strand Arts Centre.

The first workshop in a series of 8 (others will be across different sites in Belfast). At this workshop, we will be looking at the built heritage, surrounding environment, and history of The Strand.

James will also be doing an artist talk about his practice and process, he will be giving you an exclusive first look at brand new artwork commissioned by Northern Ireland Screen in partnership with Strand Arts Centre.

Open to all ages, and materials provided.

Sign Up HERE

‘Accessing Architecture’ is a series of public workshops and talks by the University of Atypical and James Ashe is one of five commissioned artists exploring disability and the built environment. ‘Accessing Architecture’ is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund Northern Ireland.

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