Drawing Booklets for kids – part of Luke Fowler exhibition

Our drawing booklets are inspired by our current exhibition Being in a Place – A Portrait of Margaret Tait and are now available in the gallery!

 

Explore the exhibition through explorative drawing exercises! Why not pick one up when you visit the gallery?

 

These booklets are free, suitable for all ages, and available at the front desk throughout the duration of the exhibition. Please note, younger children may need help from a parent when reading the drawing prompts but will still be able to engage in this activity.

 

Acknowledgements

 

This exhibition is presented in collaboration with the Margaret Tait Estate, The Modern Institute, Orkney Library & Archive, LUX, LUX Scotland, Pier Arts Centre, and Sarah Neely.

 

Void Gallery is supported using public funding from Arts Council Northern Ireland, Austin and Hope Pilkington Foundation, Arnold Clarke Foundation, Derry City and Strabane District Council, The Ireland Funds, Ragdoll Foundation, Art Fund, Halifax Foundation, The Arts Society.

 

Luke Fowler logo strip

Audience survey: please complete if you visited us recently!

Have you visited us recently? If so, we would love to hear from you! We try to collect feedback so that we can continue to improve our visitor experience. In line with current guidelines across Derry City and Strabane District Council and Donegal County Council please find below a short survey. Just scan the QR code or follow the link below!

 

Void Gallery is supported by Arts Council Northern Ireland, Derry City and Strabane District Council, Halifax Foundation, The Ragdoll Foundation, The Ireland Funds, Austin and Hope Pilkington Foundation, and Arnold Clarke Foundation.

QR code for audience participation survey

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/6Q7YVOID

Online Viewing Room – Above Us the Milky Way

Void are delighted to present current exhibition Above Us the Milky Way to a virtual audience. This exhibition features the work of artists Orna Kazimi, Kubra Khademi, Mario García Torres and Erkan Özgen and explores the complexities and the impact of war through memories, loss and notions of home.

 

If you cannot make it into the gallery in person but would like to view the exhibition, please click here, where you can read about the exhibition and see images of the works on display.

 

For more information about the exhibition please click here.

 

Installation images by Simon Mills.

 

Acknowledgements

 

Void Gallery is supported by Arts Council Northern Ireland, Derry City and Strabane District Council, Halifax Foundation, The Ragdoll Foundation, The Ireland Funds, Austin and Hope Pilkington Foundation, and Arnold Clarke Foundation.

 

Launching Void Visionaries

Void gallery is excited to launch the new identity of our Youth Programme, Void Visionaries, and open their Instagram page @voidvisionaries to the wider public!

 

At the @voidvisionaries Instagram page you can find all the latest updates about our workshops and events and gain an insight into what the group has been up to so far.

 

Void Visionaries is a group of like-minded young people aged between 14 and 20 at Void exploring their personal and collective creativity alongside each other while gaining experience on a professional level. This is an on-going programme, which is open to new members with attendance always as voluntary action. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, sign up and join our mailing list today through the form here or email Zoe at intern@derryvoid.com if you have any questions.

 

Logo designed by Daly & Lyon.