We provide space for other creative organisations, which enables us to share resources and skills, this helps subsidise the cost of the artists studios.
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Nerve Centre - Creative Learning Centre
Nerve Belfast is based at Flax Art Studios. Funded by DFC through NI Screen, their aim is to promote digital literacy and the creative use of multimedia and emerging technologies in a range of contexts across the education, community and youth sectors. They also provide use of equipment and provision of training opportunities in relation to creative use of technology and skills progression for artists.
NI SCREEN, PRONI AND ITV
Sinead Bhreathnach-Cashell an artist who is curating the UTV film archive over the next three years on behalf of NI Screen in partnership with PRONI and ITV. We have been working in partnership to provide research, workshops, screenings and live art work. As part of this UTV project Sinead Bhreathnach-Cashell is working as a curator to develop this innovative programme of cultural events bringing the UTV collection to new and hard to reach audiences across Northern Ireland. This is an exciting project exploring the opportunities for both Flax Art Studios artists and the public to benefit from bringing the digitised UTV collection back to Havelock House. The Digital Film Archive is a valuable visual and social history resource which can be used for research by the artists and residency participants.
The Tangerine is a Belfast-based magazine of new writing. It covers culture and politics, and is published three times a year. The Tangerine includes features, reportage, commentary, fiction, poetry, illustration and photography.
No Alibis Press
No Alibis Press is a small publishing company and the home of uncompromising works of fiction by new, rising and renowned authors. We welcome submissions of exceptionally good novels and story collections for adults in any genre.