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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: Listen: that's the sound of art you're hearing

ARTS: Listen: that's the sound of art you're hearing

ARTS: Reclaiming the lost art of sewing and knitting

ARTS: Reclaiming the lost art of sewing and knitting

ARTS: Assisted studios provide a vital platform

ARTS: Assisted studios provide a vital platform

ARTS: Amanda's silent peace portraits celebrate Agreement anniversary

ARTS: Amanda's silent peace portraits celebrate Agreement anniversary

ARTS: Women activists take their rightful place

ARTS: Women activists take their rightful place

ARTS : We need to talk about that Lanark mural

ARTS : We need to talk about that Lanark mural

ARTS: From Ireland to Rwanda, reconciliation is key to the future

ARTS: From Ireland to Rwanda, reconciliation is key to the future

ARTS: Silent Trade's loud scream of outrage echoes from behind the city's curtains

ARTS: Silent Trade's loud scream of outrage echoes from behind the city's curtains

ARTS: Four Corners Festival spotlight on sanctuary movement

ARTS: Four Corners Festival spotlight on sanctuary movement

 

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