Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Looking for something unique for that special person this Christmas?

Fed up with giving socks and M&S vouchers as presents?

If so, the Christmas exhibition and sale at the University of Ulster's Belfast campus opens on Tuesday evening, 11 December at 6pm and runs until Friday 14. A wide range of 'arts and crafts' [if I'm allowed to call them that] will be on display. Over to the university press release:
Christmas shoppers are invited to browse among the fabulous display of over 150 handmade pieces, each one a unique example of the expertise and skill of Northern Ireland’s emerging creative talent.

The event promises to deliver something for everyone, with all tastes catered for – from the traditional to the contemporary – and with prices starting from as little as £5 it will suit all budgets.

Showcasing their individual creations are the 2012 Artists/Designers in Residence and students from the Contemporary Applied Art course, Fine Art course and the Textile, Art Design and Fashion Course.

The sale and exhibition gives these artists a chance to introduce their work into the commercial market and is the perfect opportunity for the discerning Christmas shopper to pick up an original piece of artwork.

The Christmas sale and exhibition opens on Tuesday December 11 from 6pm-9pm and continues on Wednesday/Thursday 10am-5pm and on Friday from 10am-4pm.

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