Check out what amazing exhibitions are currently on to visit for FREE at North Down Museum!
The Community Gallery:
Cabinet of Curiosities
30 April – 26 May 2019
This exhibition is designed by a group of history students at Queen’s, University, Belfast. They are taking a course that explores the history of museums and gives them the opportunity to work with museum staff in researching and setting up the exhibition. Working together, they have selected objects from the museum’s store and found out about their history and significance.
29 May – 23 June 2019
In ‘Four Seasons’ local artist David Campbell’s love of nature is aptly displayed with images from the Ards Peninsula that convey the landscape throughout the different seasons of the year.
25 June – 25 July 2019
As part of the Seaside Revival Vintage Festival, a collection of artworks, artefacts, poetry, illustrated books excerpts and a sound and visual installation will be on display. The exhibition includes works from those involved with Bangor’s Ghost, a music and spoken word event that has been part of the Open House Festival since 2014.
An American In Bangor and Beyond
30 July – 30 August 2019
This group of abstract paintings is based on observations of Bangor by Marci Halcomb from South California who settled in the town five years ago.
The Long Gallery:
Ballyholme Yacht Club
8th May – 26 July
In honour of the 100th anniversary of Ballyholme Yacht Club, this exhibition will explore and celebrate the long history of this local club.
1 August – 1 September
This exhibition coincides with the Creative Peninsula Festival and will feature unique pieces of art and craftwork in a celebration of the quality of the work produced by local artists and craftspeople.