Exhibitions and displays

Exhibitions and displays

Here is a list of exhibitions and displays in libraries. You can enter a library name into the search box below to find out if there are exhibitions currently running at your local library.

Events

Event Name Event Details Start Date & Time End Date & Time Library Booking
Ireland and the Birth of Europe  
This richly illustrated exhibition tells the story of the part played by Irish scholars and missionaries in the early history of the European idea.
 
Available during library opening hours.
01/02/2024 09:00 AM 28/02/2024 05:00 PM Bangor Carnegie Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.
Turning Heads Exhibition  
This exhibition is in conjunction with Armstrong Storytelling Trust and explores the idea of hair in relation to culture and identity. The project began back in 2020 by gathering stories via workshops within local communities and has been years in the making thanks to few setbacks.
 
Now available for viewing in Dungiven Library during the month of February 2024.
01/02/2024 10:00 AM 29/02/2024 02:00 PM Dungiven Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.
Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People Exhibition  
The NICCY Exhibition focuses on making sure children and young people know about, and have access to their rights in their day to day lives, so they have the best opportunity to reach their full potential.

Available during library opening hours.
02/02/2024 09:00 AM 29/02/2024 05:00 PM Omagh Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.
"Celebration of Art" exhibition  
Lisburn City Library is thrilled to present the "Celebration of Art" exhibition by the talented members of the Antrim Art Club - available to view during normal library opening hours. This wonderful art club has been promoting the love of art within our community since 1951.

You will have the pleasure of exploring a diverse selection of over 40 paintings from stunning landscapes to captivating portraits, this exhibition truly captures the essence of the Antrim Art Club's creativity.

We invite you to visit the library throughout the month of February 2024 to view the exhibition during regular library opening hours.

Whether you are an art enthusiast or simply curious about the world of art, we extend a warm welcome to everyone. Come and immerse yourself in the beauty and talent of the Antrim Art Club.

For further details, please contact Lisburn City Library on 02892 669345 or via email at lisburncity.library@librariesni.org.uk.
02/02/2024 09:30 AM 29/02/2024 05:00 PM Lisburn City Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.
St Malachy’s Primary School P4 Space themed Art Exhibition  
St Malachy’s PS (Castlewellan) P4 class have created a space themed art exhibition.

Available to view during library opening hours.
06/02/2024 10:00 AM 28/02/2024 05:00 PM Castlewellan Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.
Hope Exhibition  
Join us for the launch of the Hope Exhibition on Thursday 8 February from 11:00am.
 
Exhibition runs throughout February during library opening hours.
 
Everyone welcome.
08/02/2024 11:00 AM 29/02/2024 05:00 PM Belfast Central Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.
Tribute Exhibition by Heather Green  
Join us for the launch event on Saturday 24 February from 11:00am - 1:00pm.
 
Exhibition will run from Saturday 24 February until Saturday 30 March during library opening hours.
 
Everyone welcome.
24/02/2024 11:00 AM 30/03/2024 05:00 PM Kilkeel Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.
Peninsula Impressions - Exhibition  
An exhibition by Donaghadee Artist Amanda Northey.
 
Available during library opening hours.
01/03/2024 09:00 AM 30/03/2024 05:00 PM Bangor Carnegie Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.
Perceptions - Exhibition  
An exhibition by Dromara Community Art Group.
 
Available during library opening hours.
01/03/2024 09:00 AM 30/03/2024 05:00 PM Lisburn City Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.
St Matthew’s PS Art Exhibition  
St Matthew’s PS Maghermayo are displaying an exhibition including Anderson Shelter models, Pointillism art and art work from the popular book “Owl Babies” by Martin Wadell. A whole school effort of creative master pieces!
 
Available during library opening hours for the month of March.
01/03/2024 10:00 AM 30/03/2024 05:00 PM Castlewellan Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.
There and Beyond - Exhibition  
An exhibition by Nigel Killops - The worlds of the visual and the spoken/written are inextricably linked.
 
Available during library opening hours.
01/04/2024 09:00 AM 30/04/2024 05:00 PM Lisburn City Library See event details to check if booking is essential (phone/email). Otherwise, if the event is not virtual (via Zoom) then simply call into the library at the time of the event.