‘True Colours’ –Continuing success at The Ulster Museum

Published: 07/02/2020, 9:00am
Justin Edwards & Anna Finnis
Justin Edwards & Anna Finnis

The work of some of Northern Ireland's most exceptional young artists will be on display at the Ulster Museum during January and February. CCEA’s True Colours is a showcase of the outstanding artwork produced for the summer 2019 GCE, GCSE & Entry level examinations.

This is the ninth year that the exhibition has been hosted by the Ulster Museum and features work from 71 students from 51 schools across Northern Ireland.

The exhibition will be visited by almost 50,000 people over the coming months, with many schools making trips to show other young artists the standard and quality of work produced in Northern Ireland.

‘True Colours’ exhibition

Open to the public from Friday 17 January to Sunday 23 February 2020 at the Ulster Museum, Belfast.

Museum opening times: Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm. 

Closed Mondays.

Entry is FREE.