Let the Dead Leaves Fall: Miguel Martin

Opening: Friday 1 December, 7-9pm

Continues: 2 December 2017 - 24 January 2018

Artist Talk: Saturday 9 December, 12-1pm

Artist Master class: 16 December, 10-4pm


A Free Bus will run between Belfast and Portadown on the evening of the opening. Leaves Belfast from Golden Thread Gallery at 6.45pm. Returns from Portadown at 9pm.

Miguel Martin's new work examines societal attitudes surrounding contemporary mindfulness and its various associations to practices of occultism. The title of the exhibition is adapted from a quote by the 13th century Persian poet and mystic Rumi, who originally wrote, 'be like a tree and let the dead leaves drop', alluding to ideas of letting go and thereby submitting to higher transcendental states of consciousness. Drawing aesthetic influences from minimalism and still life, the tone of the exhibition is softly sinister and includes video, installation and sculptural components. MORE..


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Millennium Court Art Centre Virtual Tour


Experience our gallery online by taking a virtual tour and immerse yourself in Ian Cumberland’s exhibition ’Once Removed’.

Millennium Court Arts Centre offer a range of free events throughout the year for adults, including exhibition openings, artist/curator talks and open mic nights, as well as free events aimed at families, including films and open art days. We also offer a variety of paid classes, workshops and events for both children and adults.

Millennium Court Arts Centre has a Room hire service with a facility of equipped spaces catering to your specific meeting and events requirements. We are located in Portadown Town Centre within easy reach of all major transport links.