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.

Heritage On Your Doorstep Workshops – Woodland Sensory Session

Creggan Country Park hosted a series of virtual workshops called ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ that allowed participants of all ages to gain access to Creggan Country Park from the comfort of their own homes. The 4 virtual ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ workshops looked at different aspects of the Park, showcasing its rich history and promoting an increased sense of community belonging.

For more information visit Creggan Country Park on Facebook.

Heritage On Your Doorstep Workshops – Virtual ‘Bat Walk’

Creggan Country Park hosted a series of virtual workshops called ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ that allowed participants of all ages to gain access to Creggan Country Park from the comfort of their own homes. The 4 virtual ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ workshops looked at different aspects of the Park, showcasing its rich history and promoting an increased sense of community belonging.

For more information visit Creggan Country Park on Facebook.

Heritage On Your Doorstep Workshops – Step back in time: History of Creggan Country Park

Creggan Country Park hosted a series of virtual workshops called ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ that allowed participants of all ages to gain access to Creggan Country Park from the comfort of their own homes. The 4 virtual ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ workshops looked at different aspects of the Park, showcasing its rich history and promoting an increased sense of community belonging.

For more information visit Creggan Country Park on Facebook.

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.

 

100 Voices

This event entitled ‘100 Voices’ recorded the thoughts, hopes, experiences and expectations of the forthcoming anniversary of NI 100 years which will take place in May 2021.

This event will be a unique opportunity to reflect on the past and to celebrate the present and to look towards the future. It will be facilitated within a spirit of historical accuracy, mutual respect, inclusiveness and reconciliation which will acknowledge the Decade Principles supported by the Community Relations Council and The Heritage Lottery Fund.

It will be an opportunity for 100 voices representing both young and old, across our diverse society to engage in a project that will create a lasting legacy for generations to come.

extraORDINARYwomen workshop

extraORDINARYwomen is a groundbreaking collections-based community driven heritage project of engagement, creativity and skills development.

This workshop explored the often untold stories of women’s experiences and contributions to Northern Irish society. Participants had a unique opportunity to learn from the Linen Hall Library’s rich Political, Literary, Theatre and Performing Arts, LGBTQ+, and Traveller’s archives, and add their own creative responses and stories to the permanent collection.