Welcome to the Smashing Times Virtual Art Exhibition Hub. Click on an exhibition below to enter and explore the different galleries at your leisure. You can navigate using the red buttons at the bottom of each page, or via the menu in the top right of the navigation bar.

Brooding Landscape. By Noelle Mc Alinden
Brooding Landscape by Noelle McAlinden

Emotional Landscapes

Emotional Landscapes is a multi-disciplinary virtual Art Exhibition with visual images, poetry, words, music and discussion. The exhibition is inspired by an artistic response to peace, health and well-being, influences of the pandemic, and themes of health and happiness intersecting with new borders of time and space in a changing landscape.

Emotional Landscapes features a significant body of work from leading visual artists Noelle McAlinden and Hina Khan. Alongside the visual artworks of Noelle and Hina, we are featuring the writings of poet and writer Féilim James, writer, actor and choreographer Fiona Bawn-Thompson, and a unique poem film In Time written by Mary Moynihan and co-directed by Mary Moynihan and Mark Quinn. In Time is performed by Carla Ryan and Kwasie Boyce with original music composed and performed on violin by Lisa McLoughlin-Gnemmi.

EU 1979 Enter Exhibition Poster (cropped)
EU 1979: A People's Parliament

EU 1979: A People’s Parliament

A digital art exhibition remembering and celebrating the 67 powerful women MEP’s elected to the 1979 first European parliamentary elections. This unique virtual exhibition features the names and biographies of all 67 women elected to the European parliament in 1979 with the women acknowledged as trail blazing role models to inspire future generations. 

The exhibition features visual artworks, images and posters, alongside articles exploring the founding of the EU, the 1979 first European parliamentary elections held by universal suffrage, and biographies of the 67 women MEP’s elected at that time. Listen to a series of  interviews with MEP’s conducted in 2020  from Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands and France and discover more about the project, its origins, objectives and outcomes.