The Shake of the Tin | Leoni Hill at Catalyst Arts, Belfast

The Shake of the Tin | Leoni Hill at Catalyst Arts, Belfast


16/07/2020 - 18/07/2020    
11:00 am - 5:00 pm


Catalyst Arts
5 College Court, Belfast BT1 6BS, Belfast

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Catalyst Arts are delighted to welcome you back to the gallery for a public viewing of The Shake of the Tin on the 16th July. During the last three months Catalyst have been working hard to prepare the gallery and adapting our programme to accommodate members and audiences in the safest way. Information on upcoming exhibitions and events will be available on Catalyst website and social media.

Though we will be open like the rest of Belfast, and the world, things will look a bit different and there will be certain rules in place to ensure that we keep our staff and visitors safe.

The Shake of the Tin is a solo show by Leoni Hill, our Graduate Award winner 2019. The exhibition will be open on Thursday 16th July to Saturday the 18th July 2020, from 11.00 – 17.00.

The number of visitors in the gallery will be monitored and some queuing might be required during busy periods, we will ask visitors to observe social distancing of 2 metres. If you would like to visit at a specific time please contact the gallery to book a time slot of 30mins, but walk-ins are welcome. Please email with the subject ‘The Shake of the Tin visit’.

A virtual viewing of the show is still available on the Catalyst Arts website.

We will be asking all visitors to wear a mask or face covering for the nose and mouth whilst in the gallery (disposable masks will be available). Please inform us if this is not possible due to health reasons, but would encourage all visitors to respect the wellbeing of the staff and volunteers of the gallery.

Hand sanitizer will be available for all visitors at the entrance, we encourage you to apply on entry.
Please note that the toilet and kitchen will not be available to visitors.

We ask everyone to please bear with us whilst we navitage this altered world. Catalyst Arts would like to thank everyone who has supported us during this time and are looking forward to moving forward with our annual programme for the rest of 2020 and into 2021.

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