Ballycastle features in Art and Design Festival

Pictured at the event are Vice Chair of the Ballycastle Chamber of Commerce, John Magill; Tim Brundle, Ulster University; Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens, Michelle Knight-McQuillan; and Saul Golden, Ulster University. inbm12-16s
Pictured at the event are Vice Chair of the Ballycastle Chamber of Commerce, John Magill; Tim Brundle, Ulster University; Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens, Michelle Knight-McQuillan; and Saul Golden, Ulster University. inbm12-16s

As part of Ulster University’s Festival of Art and Design, the town of Ballycastle hosted a series of exhibitions, installations, screenings and talks developed by students in collaboration with the local community and businesses.

The Transmission Ballycastle event showcased students’ films, drawings and models in empty shop units and pubs in an opportunity to highlight Ballycastle as a beautiful and vibrant part of Northern Ireland.

Pictured at the event is Ulster University, MSc Architecture student, Letitia Magee with her sculptural model that explored how nature, landscape, architecture and poetry can combine with the history and heritage of Ballycastle. inbm12-16s

Pictured at the event is Ulster University, MSc Architecture student, Letitia Magee with her sculptural model that explored how nature, landscape, architecture and poetry can combine with the history and heritage of Ballycastle. inbm12-16s

Pictured at the event is Ulster University, MSc Architecture student, Colleen ONeill with her installation of interactive models and images, which aimed to communicate the sights and sounds of Ballycastle that form a unique synergy between town and sea. inbm12-16s

Pictured at the event is Ulster University, MSc Architecture student, Colleen ONeill with her installation of interactive models and images, which aimed to communicate the sights and sounds of Ballycastle that form a unique synergy between town and sea. inbm12-16s