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Hear business people talk at our creative training event about how they have used the arts to motivate and engage their staff. 

  • Arts Uncovered at The MAC


    The MAC

    Join us at The MAC where curator Hugh Mulholland will take us on a private guided tour of the Lost in Narration exhibition.

    Thursday 18th May 2017 12.30pm – 2.00pm The MAC

    Meet us on the first floor, help yourself to a buffet lunch and wander the galleries with Hugh, who has a reputation for making challenging art more accessible, and enjoy his insight into the artists and their works.

    Manuela Pacella, Guest Curator for Lost in Narration said: “This exhibition highlights the importance of being able to lose one’s way in the pursuit of knowledge and meaning. I’m honoured to be presenting the work of three significant Italian artists whose work grapples deftly with some of these complex questions and concerns. The MAC is the perfect venue for these ambitious works to unfold within, and I hope that visitors will happily lose themselves in fruitful thought and contemplation when moving through the spaces.”

    Book your place by email to

  • Introduction to Board Membership


    Eastside Visitor Centre

    Introduction to Board Membership

    The role of a Board Member is a complex one. There are many responsibilities that go with accepting a Board placement however not all new Board Members are made fully aware of what those responsibilities are, or how they can make a positive contribution. This Intro to Board Membership course introduces new Board Members and those who would like a refresher, to their roles and responsibilities and to current good practice. The cost of the training course is £25 + VAT for members and lunch will be included.

    This event will take place on 1 June, 1pm to 5pm in the Eastside Visitor Centre, to book your place email Kate Livingston at

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Arts & Business is generously supported by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland.