An Interview with Glen Molloy

Glen Molloy has gained popularity over the last several months after his murals of famous faces started appearing around Belfast. Belfast Beyond caught up with Glen to chat about his background, the criticism of his work, and what’s next for the ‘Belfast Banksy’. Will you introduce yourself? My name is Glen Molloy. I’m 46 and…

An Interview with Emic

Emic is a Belfast based artist known mainly for his murals dotted around Belfast, and for the keener eyed amongst us, his paste-ups. Belfast Beyond was lucky enough to catch up with him in his new East Belfast studio (in a shared space with a number of other Belfast creatives;¬†Belfast Bankers)¬†and find out a little…

‘Love Wins’ -Faculty Lecture by Joe Caslin

Belfast Beyond visited the Black Box on Sunday 4th December for ‘Love Wins’, a faculty lecture by Joe Caslin. Organised by Seedhead Arts and part of 2016’s Northern Ireland Human Rights Festival, Joe, the street artist responsible for creating Hill Street’s huge LGBT paste-up ‘Love Wins’, talked about his career, his inspirations, and his oddly…