Mellon Centre for Migration Studies


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Branch Manager\Contact:
Christine Johnston
2 Mellon Road
BT78 5QU
t:028 8225 6315
f:028 8224 2241
Minicom:028 8224 2241
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 Opening Hours from Monday 25 June - Wednesday 31 October


Opening hours for Mellon Centre for Migration Studies
Monday:Closed on Monday
Tuesday:10:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday:10:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday:10:00am - 5:00pm
Friday:10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday:11:00am - 12:30pm   1:00pm - 4:00pm
Sunday:Closed on Sunday



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 Library Events - please contact your library about events during school holidays as some events are term time only.

Event TitleDetailsStart DateEnd DateTime
Stepping Up - Charting Over One Hundred Years of the Art and Crafts Associated with Irish Dance
Nineteenth Literature of Irish Exile Autumn School

Tea/coffee and registration from 10:30am
Admission: £20 (£15 concession for students, unwaged and senior citizens)
Includes registration, morning tea/coffee, lunch and afternoon tea/coffee
Booking advisable

This year's Literature of Irish Exile Autumn School will focus on the history of Irish dancing both here in Ireland and within the diaspora.
Valerie Wilson, curator of Costume and Textiles for National Museums NI, will talk about the curation of the temporary display at the Ulster American Folk Park.
Learn more about the work of performers, designers and choreographers with a special tour of A Step in Time - The Story of Irish Dance, an exhibition offered by Pat O'Donnell, Assitant Curator Collections and Exhibitions, Ulster American Folk Park.
As usual, following lunch, there will be a short tour of the outdoor museum site perusing the day's theme.

Christine Johnston
t: 028 8225 6315
20/10/201820/10/201811:00am - 4:30pm