Event Info

Start Date: 01 April 2020

End Date: 25 April 2020

Venue: Georgian Gallery | Ards Arts Centre

Duration: 1 month

Admission: FREE

Stuart Bailie: Photographs

As one of our most respected commentators, Stuart Bailie has often observed music history in the making. His writing has graced the pages of NME, Mojo, Uncut, Q, Vox, Hot Press and The Times, among others. Recently he’s received rave reviews for his book Trouble Songs: Music and Conflict in Northern Ireland. He has also been a respected broadcaster and author of TV and radio documentaries.

As co-founder of the Oh Yeah Music Centre in Belfast, he was its CEO from 2008-16. As a photographer, he has captured some wonderful portraits of musicians and artists. This exhibition offers a chance to enjoy a selection of his camera work, and Stuart will also offer a short talk to open the exhibition as part of the Ards International Guitar Festival.

Additional Information

Exhibition Preview and Artist's Talk: Wednesday 1 April, 7-9pm

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