LEST WE FORGET – One of the artworks by Lise McGreevy from her WW1 commemoration exhibition at Belfast City Hall.
St Anne’s Cathedral’s collection of books containing the names of all known to have died in World War One is to feature in an exhibition opening in Belfast City Hall this week.
Belfast Visual Artist Lise McGreevy has compiled a unique collection of WW1 art and artefacts never seen before in one location and will display these as part of the centenary celebrations.
“I am thrilled that the Royal Ulster Rifles’ and Somme Museums and St Anne’s Cathedral have kindly agreed to exhibit some of their fantastic WW1 artefacts together as part of my on-going ‘Lest We Forget’ project which commemorates all those from Northern Ireland who lost their lives during the Great War,” said Lise.
“It is brilliant to know that the three great historical institutes will bring items from their iconic WW1 archives together in one venue for the first time ever. These precious items will be an excellent contextualisation for this poignant event, which depicts and commemorates all those who played such a vital role and especially those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.”
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