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What’s On – April / May

See what’s on at Void this April and May in conjunction with our current exhibition BLACK MED SECCO with Invernomuto.


We have a range of activities and workshops for you and your family – from life drawing classes, poetry evenings and crafting sessions for families.


This year, we are also taking part in NIMHAF (NI Mental Health Arts Festival) For a full range of free activities at Void and to book see here.

For families

Void Tots
23 April, 7 May
Session 1: 10.30 – 11.10 / Session 2: 11.30 – 12.10 

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Void Tots sessions continue! These relaxed, fun sessions with artist Sinead Crumlish are always a hit with children aged 1-3 years old.  Come along and get messy with your little ones!

£3 per child

The Curiosity Club
30 April, 21 May
Sessions: 10.30 – 11.30, 12.30 – 1.30, 2.30 – 3.30 pm

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Inspired by Invernumoto’s exhibition BLACK MED SECCO, we are exploring collage in the Curiosity Club. Collage is the process of assembling a variety of materials together to create an image. The Curiosity Club will be filled with different textures and materials for your little ones to create their own collages.


We also have a drawing trail booklet inspired by the exhibition which is available throughout the run of the exhibition.


£3 per family

For adults

Life drawing with Mel Bradley and Stephaine Gaumond
20 April, 18 May
7 – 8.30pm

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We’re excited to bring back our popular life drawing sessions in April and May. As usual, all materials will be supplied but please feel free to bring along your own sketchbook!

£3 per person.

Silver Tongued Deviance
27 April, 6.30 – 8pm

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We are delighted to welcome spoken word artist Frank Rafferty to host Silver Tongued Deviance once again.


This open mic platform is open to Spoken Word performers/singers/ musicians and poets. For April’s session, we will respond to Void’s exhibition BLACK MED SECCO, exploring ideas such as migration, the sea and music.


No experience is necessary and all contributions are welcome. This is a wonderful, relaxed night.

27 May, 2.30pm

Clare McLaughlin returns to Void on the 27 May with her project Seen-Unseen.

Seen-Unseen deals with the non – visual exploration of art and allows the blind or vision impaired person to experience artwork through their other senses. This session will be held online and onsite.

To sign up and for more information, please email Clare on claremclaughlinemail@gmail.com