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Is your practice concerned with society or with any social groups or issues? MAHER, A., BARBER, F., DOUGLAS HYDE GALLERY and ORCHARD GALLERY, 1995. Visual art and the conflict in Northern Ireland a Troubles Archive essay Belfast: Arts Council of Northern Ireland,. We will not give away, sell, or share in any other way your email address or any other personal data associated with your donation, except when there's a law saying that we must.

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