Hands of History artwork

Agreement: A People’s Process @ Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast (7 December - 18 January)

11:00am - 4:00pm / Saturday 18th January 2020
Type: Exhibition / Category: Department
  • Admission: FREE
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The Institute of Irish Studies is delighted to welcome you to Agreement: A People’s Process, a physical and digital exhibition. The exhibition had originally been hosted by the Institute of Irish Studies in the University of Liverpool’s Victoria Gallery & Museum in March and April 2018 to mark the 20th anniversary of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement and we are delighted to see it being staged in Belfast.
Please note that Agreement: A People’s Process runs from 7 December 2019 until 18 January 2020. The exhibition is free and no registration is required. For directions to and opening times of the Golden Thread Gallery please go to: Golden Thread Gallery.

This exhibition has been supported by:
The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust with funding from the Covenant Fund
Grant Aided by Belfast City Council
Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool
The ArtisAnn Gallery, Belfast

The project Agreement: A People’s Process has been supported by:
Irish Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Patrick Gaul
British Council NI