Troubled Images – Gordon GILLESPIE lecture 20100721

Troubled Images Exhibition14 June 2010 - 11 September 2010Location: Vertical GalleryAdmission: FreeTroubled Images Exhibition    EXHIBITIONAll 70 political posters from our 'Troubled Images' exhibition, documenting the years of the Northern Ireland conflict, have been hung five storeys high in our Vertical Gallery.The exhibition has travelled throughout the world to inform and educate the general public about [...]

Troubled Images on Tour in Portadown

As published in the Winter 2007 edition of the Linen Hall Library Newsletter: Back from a successful tour of Bethlehem, Nablus and Ramallah in the West Bank, the award-winning Troubled Images exhibition was launched at the Millennium Court Arts Centre in Portadown on 17th October. This is the first time that the exhibition has been [...]

Political broadsides from Belfast’s Linen Hall (Irish Echo)

Political broadsides from Belfast's Linen Hall Steven McKinley (Irish Echo) 26 May 2004 Writing for the Irish Echo, Steven McKinley presents his review of the Troubled Images exhibition, "Political broadsides from Belfast's Linen Hall": An alien visiting the traveling exhibition "Troubled Images: Posters and Images of the Northern Ireland Conflict" would be forgiven for thinking [...]

The Troubles and former Eastern Germany

Belfast Gonzo raises the topic of nostalgia-gazing of former Eastern Germany, and whether Northern Ireland is ready to look at some of its Troubles artefacts. Gonzo, are you old enough to remember the 1994 exhibition, Symbols, created by Rhonda Paisley and supported by the Community Relations Council? I even own a video about the exhibition, [...]

Troubled Images (Hoover Digest)

Troubled Images: The Northern Ireland conflict as seen from the participants' strikingly different perspectives Cissie Dore Hill (Hoover Digest) 1 April 2004 Writing for the Hoover Digest, Cissie Dore Hill discusses the Troubled Images exhibition at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, "Troubled Images: The Northern Ireland conflict as seen from the participants’ strikingly different perspectives": [...]