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The Ards and North Down area has a rich cultural history, with lots of arts and heritage activities taking place at various locations in the borough throughout the year.
Since acquiring Bangor Castle back in the 1940s, Ards and North Down Borough Council has steadily curated a collection of important historical artefacts, which you can see today as part of our museum displays.
Let us tell you a story of days gone by … At North Down Museum we provide a range of talks related to our historical collections.
Dating from 1852, Bangor Castle (the Town Hall) is home to North Down Museum, which is located at the back of the building and incorporated into the former laundry room, courtyard and stable area.
Most of our arts and culture events take place at Ards Arts Centre and North Down Museum. You can find out more about both venues below – and what to expect when you visit.
In a show of support to Creative Peninsula artists and makers, The Mayor of Ards and North Down Councillor Trevor Cummings recently paid a visit to some local artists’ studios. His first stop was Boom Studios, a thriving social enterprise run by Marianne Kennerley on Main Street in Bangor where he...
Fri, 4 Sep 2020 - Mon, 31 May 2021, All day
See-Through is an online exhibition of works by Aimée Nelson for Ards Arts Centre.
This online helpdesk session delivered by Visual Artists Ireland is for artists located in the Ards and North Down Borough only. Do you have an area in your practice you need help with or would just like some advice on where to go next? Artists can book a Help Desk session that will be held online...
Among the many challenges that exist in the career of every artist is the need for funding. In this webinar, Neva Elliot will outline the kinds of funding available to artists, identifying when or if you truly need funding and how to make the best case for your projects. As we all know funding is a...