We Cannot Walk Alone – Textile Exhibition (Saturday 25th)

‘We Cannot Walk Alone’ textile exhibition will showcase banners originally produced in response to the theme of Refugee Week 2021.

Textile banners will be on display at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre.

Workshop participants, some of whom were children and young people from Roe Valley Residents Association, were invited to consider the experiences of someone who has come here to seek sanctuary. The resulting banners celebrate the efforts of young people to break down barriers, unite communities and act as a catalyst for meaningful change in our society

(These can be viewed in accordance with COVID guidelines in place in RVACC)

Viewing Times : 10am until 1pm

For more information, please contact bebhinn.mckinley@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk

Small World’s Cafe and Still I Rise Diversity Storytelling Schools Workshops

Radius Housing presents a Small World’s Cafe and Still I Rise Diversity Storytelling sessions in St Johns and Killowen Primary Schools.  School children will learn what it means to be a migrant/refugee/asylum seeker, whilst also learning about countries and cultures of table hosts who have made NI their home. The storytelling is based around these themes of finding a new home, welcome and inclusive communities and building resilience.

*This is a closed event*

For more information contact: Lisa Mooney on Email: lisa.mooney@radiushousing.org 

CROSS CULTURAL EVENTS, FOR GOOD RELATIONS WEEK.

A series of cross cultural workshops, seminars, concerts and demonstrations. The content will be song, music, dance and verse.

Through the mediums of cross cultural song, music, dance and verse. We will organise a series of workshops, seminars, concerts and demonstrations, to highlight the importance of these activities. This will bring all of our communities together, to celebrate the depth of our diverse cultures. It will also enhance the self esteem and mental wellbeing, of all involved.

Yallaa Kitchen Cookery Classes

Radius Housing in partnership with Yallaa Kitchen launch an exciting experience learning about, cooking & enjoying delicious Arabian recipes.

Good Relations Week sees the launch of this exciting partnership and programme including cookery lessons, cultural awareness sessions in schools and in the community and a Cultural Cafe pop up celebration in Portstewart.

Yallaa means “let’s go or let’s do” Let’s go on this journey of discovery together #discoverArabCulture  #brighterdaysahead

To book your place, please contact lisa.mooney@radiushousing.org

WE CANNOT WALK ALONE – TEXTILE EXHIBITION (FRIDAY 24th)

‘We Cannot Walk Alone’ textile exhibition will showcase banners originally produced in response to the theme of Refugee Week 2021.

Textile banners will be on display at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre.

Workshop participants, some of whom were children and young people from Roe Valley Residents Association, were invited to consider the experiences of someone who has come here to seek sanctuary. The resulting banners celebrate the efforts of young people to break down barriers, unite communities and act as a catalyst for meaningful change in our society

(These can be viewed in accordance with COVID guidelines in place in RVACC)

Viewing Times : 10am – 3pm

For more information email: bebhinn.mckinley@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk 

WE CANNOT WALK ALONE – TEXTILE EXHIBITION (THURSDAY 23rd)

‘We Cannot Walk Alone’ textile exhibition will showcase banners originally produced in response to the theme of Refugee Week 2021.

Textile banners will be on display at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre.

Workshop participants, some of whom were children and young people from Roe Valley Residents Association, were invited to consider the experiences of someone who has come here to seek sanctuary. The resulting banners celebrate the efforts of young people to break down barriers, unite communities and act as a catalyst for meaningful change in our society

(These can be viewed in accordance with COVID guidelines in place in RVACC)

Viewing Times : 10am–4pm & 7-9pm

For more information email: bebhinn.mckinley@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk 

WE CANNOT WALK ALONE – TEXTILE EXHIBITION (Wednesday 22nd)

‘We Cannot Walk Alone’ textile exhibition will showcase banners originally produced in response to the theme of Refugee Week 2021.

Textile banners will be on display at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre.

Workshop participants, some of whom were children and young people from Roe Valley Residents Association, were invited to consider the experiences of someone who has come here to seek sanctuary. The resulting banners celebrate the efforts of young people to break down barriers, unite communities and act as a catalyst for meaningful change in our society

(These can be viewed in accordance with COVID guidelines in place in RVACC)

Viewing Times : 10am until 4pm & 7pm until 9pm

For more information email: bebhinn.mckinley@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk 

We Cannot Walk Alone – Textile Exhibition (Tuesday 21st)

‘We Cannot Walk Alone’ textile exhibition will showcase banners originally produced in response to the theme of Refugee Week 2021.

Textile banners will be on display at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre.

Workshop participants, some of whom were children and young people from Roe Valley Residents Association, were invited to consider the experiences of someone who has come here to seek sanctuary. The resulting banners celebrate the efforts of young people to break down barriers, unite communities and act as a catalyst for meaningful change in our society

(These can be viewed in accordance with COVID guidelines in place in RVACC)

Viewing Times : Tuesday – 10am until 4pm

For more information email: bebhinn.mckinley@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk 

“VOICES” Marking 100 years of Northern Ireland

BCRC officially launches its ‘VOICES- Marking 100 years of Northern Ireland’ publication. This publication is an anthology of all responses and creative work on the 100th Anniversary of Northern Ireland – past, present and hopes for the future.

This is a  showcase of poetry, prose, art, commentary from the many voices of local people.

BCRC’s 100 Voices project began with ‘Peace of Me’ Online Visual Exhibition during CRC Good Relations Week 2020 and continued with online songwriting workshops, creative writing sessions, book club on partition, youth voice and women’s civic voice workshops.   The project was delivered online due to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020-21.

 

BCRC Book Club introduces ‘War and memory’

Building Communities Resource Centre will host a Book Club Session as part of Good Relations Week 2021. Participants will explore book ‘War and Memory’ by Johnston McMaster and Cathy Higgins. Books are supplied by The Junction.

This book club will be facilitated by Gemma Reid.

These sessions will reflect on our history over the last 100 years and provide a unique opportunity for continued shared learning.

Book Club is held via zoom, to book your place –  please contact angela@theresourcecentre.org or clair@theresourcecentre.org or call 02827665068