The Naughton Gallery is situated at the heart of Queen’s University on the first floor of the Lanyon Building.
The Naughton Gallery at Queen’s, also known as The Naughton Gallery, is an art gallery and museum at Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland. Opened in 2001, the gallery is named after its benefactors, Martin and Carmel Naughton, who donated £500,000 to the university in 2002. Located on the first floor of the Queen’s University’s Lanyon building, the gallery displays six exhibitions per year presenting local and international contemporary artists. Among the talks and events organised in conjunction with the exhibitions, the Naughton Gallery occasionally organises screenings with the Queen’s Film Theatre, which is also a cultural institution under the auspices of Queen’s University. 1
2016, Stop Lookin’ At Photographs!, Locky Morris, Solo Exhibition
2006, Invisible Cities, Paul Seawright, Solo Exhibition