North Belfast public art exhibition – from Belfast Live

A new public art exhibition in North Belfast has given locals the chance to see their areas through a different lens. The ‘This Is Where I Be’ project, delivered by The Duncairn Centre for Culture and Arts, saw participants from areas across North Belfast including Deanby, Oldpark, the Antrim Road and the New Lodge meet up with The Duncairn’s Artist in Residence, Leah Davis, for a walk like no other.

Debbie Young (The Duncairn), Leah Davis (The Duncairn Artist In Residence), Justine Browne (Belfast Health & Social Care Trust Health Development Team), Lisa Fahy and Emma McMeekin. (Image: Justin Kernoghan/Belfast Live)

Smartphones in hand, Leah guided the participants through features on their phones that allowed them to take photographer-quality pictures of their local area. They were able to walk through parts of the North of the city together, finding inspiration in all things around them.

See the rest of this article at the following link – www.belfastlive.co.uk/news/belfast-news/north-belfast-public-art-exhibition-24898925

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