From Bloody Sunday to Brexit: Artist’s Reflections

Musuem of Free Derry

Documentary screening and artist’s reflections on From Bloody Sunday to Brexit, a multi-site exhibition by local and international artists exploring issues related to human rights over the last 50 years.

The exhibition was hosted by the Bloody Sunday Trust, in conjunction with Arts Everywhere as part of Bloody Sunday 50th anniversary commemorations in June 2022. Works were were on display in the Museum of Free Derry, the Playhouse, the CCA, the Guildhall, Rossville St and Ebrington/Peace Bridge.

As part of Culture Night, Museum of Free Derry will screen a documentary review and a number of the artists return to the Museum of Free Derry to discuss their work and the motivation behind it.

16+/ Screening/ Visual Art/ Talk/

The Museum of Free Derry offers an authentic and insightful experience, our award winning, purpose built museum offers a full multi-media exhibition telling the story of the civil rights movement and the creation of Free Derry in the 1960’s and 1970’s.
“Free Derry is about our future together as much as it is about the past, the museum explores the concept of Free Derry in both historic, contemporary, national and international contexts”.
Regularly hosting school visits, guides tailor the visitor experience to suit age groups with permanent and temporary exhibits and an annual programme of events

Genres: Film | Screen | Animation, History, Multidisciplinary, Visual Arts (Painting, Photography, sculpture, Digital Art, Print, etc)
Age Suitability: 16+
Facilities: Parking
Features: Wheelchair accessible
Address: Museum of Free Derry, Glenfada Park, Londonderry, UK
Locations: Derry
Event Start Time (pm)
6.30 pm
Event End Time (pm)
7.30 pm
No Booking Required