Students’ artistic talents showcased at Flowerfield Arts Centre’s ‘Hidden Creativity’ exhibition

Students’ artistic talents showcased at Flowerfield Arts Centre’s ‘Hidden Creativity’ exhibition

Wed, January 10, 2024

Flowerfield Arts Centre is proud to announce the launch of its first exhibition of 2024, titled ‘Hidden Creativity’, a captivating showcase that brings together an array of works by past and present students from the North-West Regional College.

Featuring an eclectic mix of artistic practices including painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, illustration, and mixed media, ‘Hidden Creativity’ explores a myriad of themes such as the natural world, poetry, music, province, locality, memory, and personal experience. The exhibition invites visitors to delve into the depths of the artists' creative minds and witness the diverse ways in which they interpret and express their unique perspectives.

The journey of self-discovery takes centre stage as each piece on display reflects the evolution and growth of these talented artists throughout their creative endeavours.

The exhibition is now open and will run until Saturday 24 February, providing ample opportunity for art enthusiasts and the local community to visit. 

Flowerfield Arts Centre welcomes visitors during regular gallery hours, Monday to Friday from 09:30am to 5pm, with extended hours on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7pm to 9pm, and Saturdays from 10am to 1pm.

The ‘Hidden Creativity’ exhibition is part of Flowerfield Arts Centre’s January - March 2024 programme, featuring a wide range of events, workshops and exhibitions.

For more information about the "Hidden Creativity" exhibition and Flowerfield Arts Centre January - March programme, please visit or call 028 7083 1400.

Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Councillor Steven Callaghan with artist Debra Black and Charlie Mitchell. Mayor, Councillor Steven Callaghan at the launch of the Hidden Creativity exhibition with artist Ruthanne Henry. Mayor, Councillor Steven Callaghan with artist Beverley McGaughey. Mayor, Councillor Steven Callaghan pictured alongside artist Rosemary Mellon and daughter Therese. Mayor, Councillor Steven Callaghan with artist Erin Scullion at Flowerfield Arts Centre.