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Preserving Banksy: public art database to document the UK’s murals

The project, backed by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, will also capture many of Northern Ireland's politically charged street art works

The MAC: The Belfast museum that reaches out to Northern Ireland's disadvantaged communities

Spurred by a rise in hate crime in the region, The MAC has been collaborating with five charities to open the museum to minority groups

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Art in the Windy City: Expo Chicago fair and beyond

Plus, how Northern Ireland's museums are marking 25 years since the Good Friday Agreement and an extravagant portrait of a 19th century French actor

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Can Northern Ireland’s museums help to keep peace?

On the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, institutions across the UK are exploring the lasting legacy of the Troubles—and asking if Brexit has threatened the fragile accord

Northern Ireland's art market mired in post-Brexit confusion

Experts fear country could become "gateway to Europe for illicit cultural property", while new asset seizure powers—which include art—are being introduced to help criminal investigations into unexplained wealth


Remembering Lindy Dufferin, artist and entrepreneur who used her Northern Ireland home as a centre of community and cultural exchange

A student of Duncan Grant and Oskar Kokoschka whose Clandeboye Yoghurt pictures made her the world’s “most famous disposable artist”

Interview with Willie Doherty on remembering Bloody Sunday—and all the rest

Speaking to the artist who immerses himself in the Northern Irish situation and responds to its shifting sense of reality