Artist Talks: Dougal McKenzie

Thursday 31 October 1.00pm

Belfast Campus

From A Dream and an Argument   Photo: Simon Mills

Dougal McKenzie studied at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen, Scotland, (BA Hons Fine Art) 1986-90; University of Ulster at Belfast, Northern Ireland, (MA Fine Art) 1990-91. He was co-founder of Six into 18 artists’ projects (with Nuala Gregory), Belfast and Derry, 1992-93. McKenzie was co-director at Catalyst Arts, Belfast, 1994-96. Lecturer in Painting at Limerick School of Art and Design, 1997-2003

McKenzie is currently a Lecturer in Painting at Belfast School of Art, Ulster University, and a studio holder at PS², Spencer House, 69-71 Royal Avenue, Belfast.


Conor Lecture Theatre, Ulster University, Belfast campus, York Street, Belfast, BT15 1ED.

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