19th January 2018
Seedhead Arts got together with our Bank neighbours The Strand to fix Friday nights in the East. Starting January 2018 ‘Stranded’ is an intimate weekly BYO event featuring music, comedy, cabaret and theatre.
Belfast born songstress Ursula Burns happens to be the most ‘Dangerous Harpist in the world’.
20th November 2017
Belfast-born harpist, songwriter and performer, Ursula Burns has five critically acclaimed albums to her name, the latest being The Dangerous Harpist.
18th November 2017
Exhibition at Framewerk Gallery Paintings, sculpture, photography and sound stylings from the Belfast Bankers.
21st October 2017
Belfast Open Studios was an invitation to the public to come and see how artists work, take a glimpse into their creative processes and meet over 150 artists working in the city.
8th October 2017
Live performances of fresh new work and work in progress from musician bankers Ed Reynolds, Jonny McEwen, Robin Price and Neil Foster. We explored the borders between cinematic guitar based ambient, experimental techno, contemporary classical, improvisation and glitchy electronica.
7th September 2017
The landscape of Ireland as depicted by three Belfast-based artists’ was a visual art exhibition of paintings and photography selected for their contemporary representation of Ireland’s landscape curated by Sally O’Dowd.
28th August 2017
When Seedhead Arts heard the theme for Cinema Day 2017 was diversity, there was only one real choice of movie. Dog Day Afternoon, Sidney Lumet’s 1975 classic stars Al Pacino as a bank robber attempting to fund his boyfriends sex change. Perfect!
5th August 2017
This year (as part of Eastside Arts Festival) Seedhead Arts and the Community Arts Partnership were delighted to be bring their successful street art festival Hit the North over the river and up east. International artist Falko (South Africa) joined the cream of Northern Irish talent, transforming streets and alleyways around Holywood Arches.
5th August 2017
Seedhead Arts have been running Faculty Courses for many years now with Blick Studios and EastSide Arts Festival seemed like the perfect opportunity to run a series of short courses based out of the Belfast Bankers collective. We’ve curated 5 special courses for the festival with residents of the Bank.
7th April 2017
Open Studio event and the launch of our first studio at the old Ulster Bank at the Holywood Arches on the Newtownards Road in East Belfast.