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Youth engagement project Reimagine Remake Replay, an engaging Museum initiative for 16-25 year olds across Northern Ireland have, in collaboration with cross border culture project Making the Future, recently wrapped up a successful series of online public interviews with Northern Ireland based Artists.

09 June 2020

In a run of three successive Sundays, Artists Ursula Burke, James Ashe and Donovan Wiley were interviewed by RRR participants Hannah Sharp (Ashe), Lucinda Toomey (Burke) and Niamh Kelly (Wiley) in this exciting online series.

James Ashe discussed the development of his work, his involvement with the RRR project, the inclusion of his work in Making the Future's CultureLab exhibition and the upcoming NI Mental Health Arts Festival.

Ursula Burke talked through her most recent show 'A False Dawn', which was showing in the Ulster Musuem at the time of Lockdown.  Donovan Wylie focused on his range of contemporary photographic works, including On Watchtowersin Armagh and Around the Maze site, some of which featured in the recent Troubles Art exhibition that toured as part of the Making the Future project.  All interviews can be viewed on the Nerve Centre's Vimeo Channel www.vimeo.com (Nerve Centre) and on the RRR website www.reimagineremakereplay.org