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Thin Places: Kin Reflections of the Mournes

Down Arts Centre, 2 - 6 Irish Street, Downpatrick, County Down, BT30 6BP
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Thin Places: Kin Reflections of the Mournes
Building on four lifetimes worth of working, interacting and being with the Mourne Mountains the Cirefice family present Thin Places: Kin Reflections of the Mournes.
Kerri Ní Dochartaigh describes Thin Places as those in-between places where the veil between this and the Otherworld is the thinnest, in them we may feel something larger than ourselves as though held between worlds, beyond experience. For us the Mourne Mountains and surrounding area is full of these special places, the landscape steeped in mystery and liminality.
Through this exhibition we capture these feelings in four distinct but interconnected reflections. This group exhibition spans four different techniques, styles and mediums but is anchored in a shared love of a place that we call home.
Victor, Heather, V'Cenza & Piera Cirefice
Date: Thursday 4 July to Friday 26 July
Time: During Opening Hours
Price: Free

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Season (4 July 2024 - 26 July 2024)
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Monday - Friday10:30 - 15:30
Saturday - SundayClosed

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Red brick exterior with town hall clock of Down Arts Centre that sits at the junction of Irish Street, English Street and Scotch Street. Down Arts Centre, DownpatrickLocated in the heart of Downpatrick, Down Arts Centre is the operational base for the arts in Downpatrick and the surrounding area. 

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