18.10.18 – 02.12.18

Brock Williams and Chris Lin

Yummertime is a source of inspiration for the boys and girls out there who refuse to accept rules and live a boring life. From fashion and food to beauty and travel, we hope we can encourage everyone and anyone to live their good life (and eat a little more pizza!).”

The Naughton Gallery presents a special collaborative project with Yummertime, a San Francisco-based lifestyle and photography blog  co-founded by Brock Williams and Chris Lin.  Initially developed by Williams and Lin to document their life together in San Francisco, Yummertime has since exploded into a social media powerhouse, with a huge following across platforms including Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, and Pinterest.

This exhibition primarily focuses on Yummertime’s video and photography projects, exploring how the blog has captured a zeitgeist, raising key issues around the power and influence of social media in contemporary society.


Thurs 18 Oct 2018, 6-8pm

Be among the first to see Yummertime, with GIRL on the decks and wine and beer provided. This event is free and all are welcome.


Thurs 01 Nov 2018, 5.30-8pm

Enjoy Yummertime after hours as part of Belfast's monthly Late Night Art.


Art in the A.M.
Fri 19 Oct 2018, 9.30-10.30am
Town Square

For the next in our series of morning talks we're joined by Yummertime's Brock Williams and Chris Lin in conversation with the Naughton Gallery team. Bookings essential. RSVP here.

The Book Club
Fri 30 Nov 2018, 1-2pm

Yummertime’s Brock and Chris have selected André Aciman’s ‘Call Me By Your Name’, the story of a sudden and powerful romance that blossoms between an adolescent boy and a summer guest at his parents' mansion on the Italian Riviera. All are welcome to attend this free event held in the Naughton Gallery. Tea and coffee provided. Register at art@qub.ac.uk. 


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