Tuesday, 29 November 2022

Event Details

'Northern Ireland Peace Quilt', by Women Together. (Photo: Colin Peck)

'Northern Ireland Peace Quilt', by Women Together. (Photo: Colin Peck)


Exhibition and associated activities:Stitching and Unstitching The Troubles exhibition II: Exploring Responses to Conflict Through Textile Art
Description: This exhibition, which explores responses to conflict through textile art, features a number of local and international textiles. Guided tours by curator Roberta Bacic on 27th January, 2pm and Tuesday 4th February, 7pm also form part of this exhibition.

For further information contact:
Mrs Jamie Austin
Museum & Heritage Officer
Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre
Email: jamie.austin@rvacc.co.uk

Commissioned by: Causeway Museum Service and Mid-Antrim Museums Service
Date(s): 6th December 2013 - 22nd February 2014
Venue: Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre, Limavady, Northern Ireland
Limavady Ritter Gallery, Limavady
Curator: Roberta Bacic assisted by Breege Doherty
Facilitator: North East Peace 111, CMS and MAMs
Outcome: Excellent attendance at exhibition and associated activities

Documents: • Exhibition catalogue - Limavady, 2014 - view

Textiles Displayed:¿Dónde están los "desaparecidos"? / Where are the "disappeared"?
No going back
Libertad a los presos políticos / Freedom for the political prisoners
Caín, ¿dónde está tu hermano? / Cain, where is your brother?
Northern Ireland Peace Quilt
Toma de terrenos en los barrios de Lima / Squatters in the shantytowns of Lima
William King, RIP
Annie Magill from Garfur Hill
Alexander Mc Neill
Ballykelly Bombing
Ballymoney Bombing
Coleraine Bombing
Troubles in Ballymoney
The First Bomb in Coleraine
Through the Barricades
In Times of Trouble
Regent's Park, London, IRA Bombing
The Bridge, Carnlough
Justice for All
Locomotive 'Otter'
Hotel Bombing, Cushendall
Pub Bombing, Waterfoot, Cushendall
Praying for Peace
The Side of the Wall
The Road Less Travelled
The Hills of Carnlough