This year Culture Night Belfast is going totally online!
Streaming across a number of virtual platforms, Culture Night Online 2020 will offer a core online programme which includes a rich mix of music, film, performance and more. As well as an online showcase of local homegrown talent from across the city.
This year’s core programme of commissioned pieces will see venues such as Belfast Cathedral, the Black Box, the Oh Yeah Centre and The MAC act as the backdrop to what is set to be an exciting evening of entertainment.
There are three main strands for you to log on to, dip in to and enjoy. Core, Showcase, and Gallery.
Core has a special programme of performances from iconic venues across the Cathedral Quarter which have been carefully chosen and commissioned by the team here at CNB.
Showcase is an opportunity for our other artists and creators to get involved as it features online submissions from local artists, performers, creatives, venues, cultural organisations, businesses and more and demonstrates the wealth of homegrown talent at work across the city.
Gallery is a special open submission visual arts strand introducing the work of a wide variety of artists encompassing painting, photography and much more.”
The core programme, which is supported this year by Belfast City Council and Arts Council NI, will also include a specially commissioned piece by filmmaker Will McConnell called We’re Still Here, two documentaries from Trocaire and the premiere of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission’s film It Seems along with a discussion chaired by NIHRC Chief Commissioner, Les Allamby.
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