20th December 2017
New Year means a new season of events at Flowerfield.
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Our events kick off with the screening of two award-winning films to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2018. On Friday 26 January, we screen the powerful Destination Unknown for schools and a public screening of Son of Saul that evening.
The dynamic O Duo provide a guaranteed amazing concert for all the family on Sunday 18 February at 2pm. This is followed by Jim Mullen and the Ronnie Greer Organ Band on Saturday 3 March. Previous winner of the Best Guitarist in the British Jazz Awards, Jim is regarded as one of the all-time greats and this promises to be a stunner of a concert at Flowerfield. We round off our events with another superb film screening for schools. The Japanese animation A Silent Voice screens on Thursday 8 March.
Our new exhibitions launch with a community display of artwork created by pupils from St Joseph's College, Loreto College and Coleraine Grammar School. Landscapes of the North Coast opens on 19 January and continues to 17 February. We welcome the Northern Ireland Photographic Association annual showcase of the work of fabulous local photographers from 24 February to 23 March. Finally, North Coast based artist Sarah Carrington presents a body of new work tracing the coastal landscapes associated with St Columba. Pilgrimage runs from 31 March to 26 May and we will be organising some educational talks and demonstrations with Sarah - watch this space for more info...