RESFEST Belfast, Festival of Art Historical Research

Thursday 25 October, 6pm – 10pm

RESFEST Belfast is a unique one-night festival of art history with a series of talks, performances and debates that demonstrate why art history matters more than ever today. National Museums NI is co-hosting with The Courtauld Institute of Art in London.

The RESFEST 18 BELFAST is an action-packed, entertaining evening of quick-fire talks, performances and exhibits that celebrate art history, curating and conservation throughout the galleries of the Ulster Museum. Visitors can drop in for talks led by art world professionals, academics, curators, conservators from Belfast, London and beyond. Northern Irish poets Stephen Sexton, Padraig Regan, Caitlin Newby, and Emma Must will perform new pieces of work made in response to artworks and artefacts on display at the Ulster Museum. Anticipate good food, drinks and some musical interludes throughout the evening.

Location: Ulster Museum, Botanic Court, Belfast
Free admission, booking essential

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