Troubles Art | Enniskillen Castle Museums | 6 July - 14 September | Normal Museum admission rates apply

Drawn from the art collection at National Museums NI, the Troubles Art touring exhibition provides a broad representation of responses to the Troubles by a range of artists from Northern Ireland and beyond. Comprising over 24 works, including paintings, drawings and photographs, from renowned artists such as Jack Pakenham, Rita Duffy and Joseph McWilliams, it explores a range of themes, which are universal to conflict – such as suffering and loss, violence and destruction, imprisonment, sectarianism, traditions, territory, and life in the midst of turmoil.

Within this exhibition, visitors can look at material relating to recent history and explore conflict and politics in Northern Ireland from the museum’s collections and individuals. On display is recent paperwork, photographs and artefacts relating to the troubled history of Northern Ireland, with particular reference to Co. Fermanagh.