The Linen Memorial
Canada Council for the Arts

Touring Schedule

Lycia Sculpture and Linen Memorial's Facebook Page
lyciatrouton.com

 

Current Program


Northern Ireland 2017 - 2018


Ballymena Library (mid-Autumn 2017 pending confirmation)


Belfast City Centre Library: January 6th to February 26th, 2018
Derry First Presbyterian Church (possibly mid-2018 pending confirmation)
First Derry Presbyterian Church | Historic Buildings Co. Londonderry ... View a 360 degree Virtual Tour of First Derry Presbyterian Church Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland. A church with significant historical context within the city walls.
First Derry Presbyterian Church - Londonderry, Northern Ireland
R-Space Gallery, CIC Lisburn (August to October 2018 pending confirmation)
The Linen Rooms 32 Castle Street, Lisburn
at "The Art of Linen", Northern Ireland's Linen Biennale(.pdf file):
a collective story of Ulster linen in an international context
http://www.linenbiennalenorthernireland.com

For More information, contact: 028 9266 3179 biennale@linenroomslisburn.com

Robert Martin & Anthea McWilliams
Co-Directors, R-Space Gallery
Professor Jane McCann Textile specialist
http://www.linenbiennalenorthernireland.com


*Derry Central Public Library: early August - Sept 5th, 2017

China 2016
International group exhibition at the Zhejiang Art Museum for the 2nd Symposium of the Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art, Hangzhou, China. August 25th until October 25, 2016 with an opening launch on September 26th.


Artist Lycia Trouton attempts to join the annual Remembrance evening in early December each year at Survivors of Trauma, Belfast, a community based organisation located in the BT14 area of north Belfast where she was born/her maternal family was situated.

Address: Near The Waterworks
151 Cliftonville Dr, Belfast BT14 6JR
Phone: 028 9074 9944
For more information please contact Marie


Also see: Northern Ireland Victims Support Programme for Groups Working with Victims and Survivors and CAIN Web Service


* also called Londonderry - The artist, Lycia Trouton, is not making a socio-political statement in her use of the short form of the city's name.