Suki Tea Talks | Ursula Burke at The Black Box, Belfast

Thursday 18 October, 1pm – 2.30pm

The Suki Tea Talks will begin at the Black Box on Hill Street with a lunchtime talk from 1pm by Ursula Burke. Ursula will be giving a visual tour of her work, followed by a informal chat with Oscar Wooley, co-founder of Suki Tea. Ursula was the 2018 winner of the Suki Tea Art Prize in partnership with Visual Artists Ireland that included a two month artist residency at the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris, a prize worth over £3,000.

Ursula Burke is an Irish artist who works within the discipline of sculpture. She uses a variety of media including porcelain sculpture, embroidery, drawing and photography. Much of her fine art practice deals with issues of representation and identity within contemporary Ireland, north and south of the border. She works with the personal and political in Irish society using multiple points of departure, from which to generalise her approach outwards to international concerns.

Location: The Green Room @ The Black Box
Register for free HERE.

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