Project Tag: Public Artwork

  • Horsey Hill

    Horsey Hill
  • Connswater Community Greenway (2017)

    Connswater Community Greenway (2017)

    These murals are part of the Connswater Community Greenway in East Belfast and are located in Mersey Street, C.S. Lewis Square and Orangefield Park . Designed by Image Zoo Media.

  • Roden Street (2014)

    Roden Street (2014)

    Artist Daniela Balmaverde has worked with the Grosvenor’s Community Centre After-School Club to create a colourful mural that incorporate imagery based on trees and take its inspiration from the importance of cultural identity. This project is part of Belfast City Council Interface Programme. It was funded through the Council’s Peace III Action Plan and delivered…

  • Bunscoil Bheann Mhadagáin (2014)

    Bunscoil Bheann Mhadagáin (2014)

    Artist Daniela Balmaverde has worked with pupils from Bunscoil Bheann Mhadagáin to create a colourful mural that takes its inspiration from the importance of culture. This project is part of Belfast City Council Interface Programme. It was funded through the Council’s Peace III Action Plan and delivered by Belfast City Council with the support of…

  • Famous People in Shankill (2014)

    Famous People in Shankill (2014)
  • Dedicated to women resilience in WW1 (2014)

    Dedicated to women resilience in WW1 (2014)
  • Shankill Graveyard (2013)

    Shankill Graveyard (2013)

    The ceramic art piece was unveiled in June 2013 by renewed local poet and historian Albert Haslett. It is located at the entrance of Shankill Graveyard, one of the oldest historical sites in Belfast dating back over 1500 years. The art piece highlight the fascinating history of the Shankill Graveyard. Founded by Belfast City Council…

  • Ballynafeigh community Art Mural (2013)

    Ballynafeigh community Art Mural (2013)

    The mural wants to celebrate the complexity mix of cultures and ethnicity present in the Ballinafeigh area. It features imagery related to the local area and extra european cultural like: chinese, indian and african. In its complexity the bright colours and the style used are inspired by european paintings. All the references have been selected…

  • Titanic: East Belfast Connection (2012)

    Titanic: East Belfast Connection (2012)

    Under the theme ‘The Titanic and Titanic Quarter’, the work was done in collaboration with various local community groups in this cross-community project: The artwork has been originally painted on canvas and in a second phase digitalised and printed on aluminium. It is located on a hoarding in Castlereagh Street.

  • Titanic Art Project (2012)

    Titanic Art Project (2012)

    The artwork has been originally painted on canvas and in a second phase digitalised and printed on aluminium. It is located on a fencing at the top of Mountjoy Street / Shankill Road and is over 100 foot long. It highlight key people and social aspects of the Shankill from the time of the Titanic to present.…

  • Ravenhill Rd (2012)

    Ravenhill Rd (2012)

    The artwork has been originally painted on canvas and in a second phase digitalised and printed on aluminium. It focus on the Industrial Heritage of Inner East Belfast such as the Cromac Distillery, Downshire Pottery, Loopbridge Weaving Factory, Devonshire Laundry, Musgrave Company etc. The final art piece include as well a Bird’s Eye View of…

  • Moving Foward (2011)

    Moving Foward (2011)

    This site and project have been identified by Dee Street Community Centre. The art work is  affixed to the railings of Ballymacarrett Recreation Centre facing out onto the Comber Greenway. The Comber Greenway leads onto the Connswater Greenway in East Belfast. Artist Daniela Balmaverde worked with the young people from The Klub at the community…

  • Helen Lewis (2011)

    Helen Lewis (2011)
  • Discover Lisburn Road (2011)

    Discover Lisburn Road (2011)
  • Re-Imaging Tyndale (2010)

    Re-Imaging Tyndale (2010)

    The Greater Ballysillan Community Residents Association and the residents in Tynedale worked with Groundwork NI to re-image and improve the area through the removal of a paramilitary mural and other visible signs of sectarianism throughout the estate. After consultation with community groups in the area a type of artwork and a priority site has been identified…

  • Lower Ormeau Road (2010)

    Lower Ormeau Road (2010)

    The aim of this commission, developed from initial consultations, was to create a cross-community piece of art that would develop new connections between different communities in the area of Ormeau Bridge/Embankment. It celebrate diversity and new opportunities in the area of the lower Ormeau Road. By creating a positive and iconic piece of public art…

  • Clarawood (2009)

    Clarawood (2009)

    This project showed the community in a positive light. It raised the profile of health and well-being. It’s a great start for future participation in community and intergenarational work.

  • Re-Imaging Conway Wall (2008)

    Re-Imaging Conway Wall (2008)

    A wall in West Belfast stretches eighty metres to the peace wall separating the famous Falls and Shankill Roads of the city. Artist and Facilitator Daniela Balmaverde worked with older members collated oral history relating to the lives of women working at Conway Mill while young people got involed in the process by contributing with their own…

  • Re-Imaging L.O.R.A.G. (2008)

    Re-Imaging L.O.R.A.G. (2008)

    This project aimed to create an artistic intervention between public and private residential spaces, incorporating newly erected Alley Gates and providing an artwork for walkers along the Lagan towpath and residents alike. Artist Daniela Balmaverde conducted workshops with a range of young age groups at Shaftesbury Leisure Centre in Belfast, Northen Ireland. The Housing Executive…

  • Re-Imaging Glenbryn (2008)

    Re-Imaging Glenbryn (2008)

    Glenbryn is known for the Holy Cross School stand off during 2001 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.Since then, a growing sense of positive civic pride has emanated from redevelopment and regeneration of the area. Artist and Facilitator Daniela Balmaverde worked with older members to reminisce and to appreciate those from North Belfast who have made an…