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Bronagh Lawson

Bronagh Lawson is an artist based in Belfast who has written a blog about the vibrant local contemporary visual arts scene for the last ten years. Previously starting as a participant then manager she ran cross-community cross border development programmes for 13 years.  

Originally from Portaferry and Strangford she is a Fulbright scholar and graduate of Winchester School of Art.

Bronagh is a co-founder of the Hydrangea project a Belfast — a Chicago collaboration which uses contemporary art underpinned with art therapy to act as a healing mechanism. Her book 'Belfast City of Light: Looking and Listening to Belfast Come with Me' is based on her experience as a non-churchgoer attending every church in Belfast for a service over a ten year period. 

Latest Stories

ARTS: Four Corners and countless events

ARTS: Four Corners and countless events

ARTS: Inspired by the landscape of the mind

ARTS: Inspired by the landscape of the mind

ARTS: The space where technology and creative collide

ARTS: The space where technology and creative collide

ARTS: The art of climate crisis

ARTS: The art of climate crisis

ARTS: Some ways to lift the end-of-year ennui

ARTS: Some ways to lift the end-of-year ennui

ARTS: Lyon Biennale a wonderful pre-Christmas gift

ARTS: Lyon Biennale a wonderful pre-Christmas gift

ARTS: Brexit bangers at the Cultúrlann

ARTS: Brexit bangers at the Cultúrlann

ARTS: Disneyfication of Van Gogh has its ups and downs

ARTS: Disneyfication of Van Gogh has its ups and downs

ARTS: Counting your golden chickens at Craft NI jewellery showcase

ARTS: Counting your golden chickens at Craft NI jewellery showcase

ARTS: London learns the benefit of Irish arts scheme

ARTS: London learns the benefit of Irish arts scheme

ARTS: Spoilt for choice with late night city art

ARTS: Spoilt for choice with late night city art

ARTS: Life’s questions asked in moody blue tones

ARTS: Life’s questions asked in moody blue tones

ARTS: Taking your art lying down can be tricky

ARTS: Taking your art lying down can be tricky

ARTS: RUA exhibition welcomes local schools

ARTS: RUA exhibition welcomes local schools

 

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