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  1. Thank you for being with us today

    Hope you enjoyed our coverage of Createathon 2018 live from the Ulster Museum and that you've been inspired to get involved in something creative, whatever tickles your fancy!

    Don't forget that Get Creative happens all year round - you can get more info on their website.

    And of course the Arts Show on BBC Radio Ulster is where you can get your creative fix Tuesday - Friday, 6,30pm.

    Bye from all the team!

    Be like Emily - Get Creative!
    Image caption: Be like Emily - Get Creative!
  2. Sounds brilliant

    Our friends in the Verbal Arts Centre are here today as well.

    Their Reading Rooms initiative is a mobile shared reading programme that encourages people to share personal experiences from their past, sparking memories, stimulating new thoughts and provoking conversation.

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  3. Flash Dance!

    Well, actually it's much more classy than that.

    Flash Mob Tango style... where else would you get it?!

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  4. Switch off your mobile phone and go out and do something less boring instead

    Radio 1 Life Hacks presenter Katie Thistleton met some Instagrammers and scientists who explain that creativity could be the key to making the most of our online experience.

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  5. Creators keep on creating

    The Get Creative Festival has been in full swing across the whole of the UK for the past week. Have a look at how people are expressing their creativity across the country, including cross-stitching, watercolours, circus skills, dance workshops and poetry from the weather watchers.

    Artwork from Connaught Junior School
    Image caption: Artwork from Connaught Junior School
  6. Hats off to this guy

    Boom! Studios is a social enterprise that provides a vibrant workspace, head-space and hat space(!) for the local creative industry in Northern Ireland.

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  7. It's not a competition...

    ...but we like to think we are an artistic bunch here in Northern Ireland.

    Let's see what the scienticians say!

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  8. We want to see you sweat

    These guys have clearly had their coffee!

    The Zumba Fitness folk have been leading the crowd... well the kids at least... through their routines.

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  9. Are you the next JK Rowling?

    You never know what hidden talent you have just waiting to be discovered...

    Through this drop-in, hands-on creative writing session you might find inspiration!

    You've got about 38 minutes to get here...

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  10. Windmills of your Mind

    Last year we made butterflies, this year it's windmills.

    Come and have a go and you can be part of the finished installation.

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  11. Oh yeah, a reminder...

    In case you didn't realise, we are streaming live from the Ulster Muesum from 2pm. So do hang around til then and watch Vinny Hurrell have a go at everything from Scottish Dancing to Argentinian Tango.

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  12. Put a (BIG) sock on it!

    Sorry! Didn't mean to be rude!

    Back in 2016, Dr Pamela Emerson came into studio to talk to Steven Rainey about an enormous sock she and her colleagues were making as part of #GetCreative.

    And she's here again today... Must have been a Big Sock-cess the last time!

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    Video caption: Dr Pamela Emerson has been stitching an enormous sock as part of Get Creative 2016.
  13. Clay Play Day

    Little ones will have so much fun today with Jumping Clay - they can try their hands at making little bees, chicks, ladybirds... A great way to introduce them to the joys of moulding!

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  14. Top textiles from Top Floor Gallery

    Here at the Createathon, one of the many stalls demonstrating their wares is the Top Floor Gallery in Saintfield.

    They're currently beavering away on their own project marking one hundred years since the Suffragette movement.

    Emma Whitehead from Top Floor told Marie-Louise Muir all about it on the Arts Show on BBC Radio Ulster last week.

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    Video caption: Emma Whitehead from Top Floor gallery, and a historical piece of linen.