Cuerpos Gramaticales- LIVING GREEN PICTURES (Workshop 1)

LIVING GREEN PICTURES brought together art and agriculture as a language of life and sustainability through a series of six online workshops in English & Spanish.

The project is a development within the Cuerpos Gramaticales Sowing of Life nurturing peace through connectivity with mind, body, memory and the land.

 

Cuerpos Gramaticales – LIVING GREEN PICTURES (VIDEO VIEWING)

LIVING GREEN PICTURES brings together art and agriculture as a language of life and sustainability through a series of six online workshops in English & Spanish.

Due to the great interest of the origins of the project we have decided to show the original film (Spanish with English translation): Cuerpos Gramaticales – The Sowing of Life

Cuerpos Gramaticales- LIVING GREEN PICTURES (Live Workshop)

LIVING GREEN PICTURES brings together art and agriculture as a language of life and sustainability through a series of six online workshops in English & Spanish.

The project is a development within the Cuerpos Gramaticales Sowing of Life nurturing peace through connectivity with mind, body, memory and the land.

Launch of Gail’s Story Animation

East Belfast Mission will virtually launch the first of a series of animations which tells the story of local East Belfast Woman, Gail McCune, whose discovery of a love for the Irish Language inspired her to embark on a life changing study of Irish. This has included a Distinction in the Irish Language Diploma at the University of Ulster and she is currently studying a degree course in Irish and Archaeology at Queen’s University.

The online event will include a Q&A session with Gail and a number of people involved in the creation of the animation.

‘Imagined Futures’

Waterside Neighbourhood Partnership organised 3 workshops for young people aged 13 + to work with poets to discuss their ideas and hope for the future of Derry, the changes they want to see and how to increase the use of shared spaces within the City. This culminated in a series of short powerful messages that were sketched onto badges to be distributed throughout the City on Culture Night.

 

A panel discussion on ethical remembering

A panel discussion on ethical remembering, 50 years on from the start of the Troubles – chaired by Tim Attwood (West Belfast Civil Rights Commemoration Committee) with Seamus Farrell (The Junction), Maureen Hetherington (The Junction), Dr Gladys Ganiel (Queen’s University Belfast), Nelson McCausland (commentator and former DUP MLA).

Organised by West Belfast Civil Rights Commemoration Committee in association with Slugger O’Toole.

Content filmed and edited by Alan Meban.

Integrated Education: Embracing Our Future

The Integrated Education Fund presents a pre-recorded online discussion sharing different perspectives on choosing an integrated education and the journey experienced as a result of this.

The event was hosted by Peter Osborne, and the speakers will be Barry Corr, Principal of Seaview PS, Lucinda Wilson, Parent of child at Carrickfergus Central PS and Shane Greer, AlumNI.

The Process of Peace-Making through the eyes of an Artist: ‘Ireland’s Totem, Crown of Conciliation – Circle of Hope’

Fermanagh & Omagh District Council in association with Fermanagh and Omagh Interfaith group presents an online workshop that focuses on encouraging people to speak about their feelings and the sensitive subject of the Troubles and the Peace Process in Northern Ireland. The workshop focuses on a piece of Driftwood Construction with words, made by a local artist, Mavis Thomson, entitled ‘Ireland’s Totem, Crown of Conciliation – Circle of Hope’ that reflects on the reforming of the Stormont power-sharing Assembly.

 

Hope beyond Covid: Where to now for Church Communities?’

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council in partnership with Omagh Churches’ Forum hosted an online talk ‘Hope beyond Covid: Where to now for Church Communities,’ with two eminent church leaders – The Most Rev Eamon Martin, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland and the Right Rev John McDowell, Church of Ireland Archbishop-elect of Armagh.

The online discussion demonstrated how churches have been working together during this pandemic for the greater good. It showed that different Christian traditions have much more in common than separating them.