Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 28 August 2014

In Pictures: Art in the Garden at Culloden

Andrew Schnell (left) and Mark Austin from Woodford Bourne NI with Eunice Coates and Diane Bill at the launch of Art in the Culloden, the major sculpture festival which is currently running at the Culloden Estate & Spa.
Edward and Julie Herron from Lisburn at the launch of Art in the Culloden, the major sculpture festival at the Culloden Estate & Spa.
Presseye Northern Ireland - 08th September 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-William Cherry/PresseyeBBC Proms in the Park at Titanic SlipwaysBangor-born singer-songwriter Foy Vance and the Ulster Orchestra pictured at this year's BBC Proms in the Park staged for the first time at the Titanic Slipways in Belfast in the 11th year of the event on Saturday night .

Art in the Garden, running until Sunday September 23 at the Culloden Estate & Spa, is supporting both established and emerging artists and has over 150 sculptures adorning the 12 acre estate.

For the duration of the exhibition, the Culloden’s Mitre Restaurant will be renamed “The Paddy Campbell at The Mitre Restaurant” in honour of the celebrated Irish artist and sculptor whose art is featuring in the exhibition and guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a seven course Tasting Menu on the weekends during the event.

The outdoor arts-themed party follows hot on the heels of the BBC's Proms in the Park which saw the Titanic Slipways packed with thousands of people for a magical evening of music.

Soprano Hayley Westenra performed alongside the Ulster Orchestra at the spectacular night of classical and contemporary music.

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