Good Relations Week 2020 Events


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Postcards from the Edge

Postcards From the Edge is a new online exhibition, delivered by Linen Hall Library and Nerve Centre, featuring work created by participants from different community backgrounds coming together to express aspects of their post-conflict lives in postcard format.

Organiser: Making the Future

10:30 am
14
Sep

Good Relations over 30 years

A hand-picked selection from Northern Ireland Screen’s Digital Film Archive to showcase and celebrate the work of people and communities in creating and sustaining good relations in Northern Ireland from 1990.

Organiser: NI Screen

12:00 pm
14
Sep

A PEACE OF ME

An online artistic showcase of the thoughts and experiences of many people including practitioners, organisations and individuals who have benefited from and participated in BCRC Good Relations Programmes, through music, poetry, photography, craft and art.

Organiser: Building Communities Resource Centre

9:00 am
14
Sep

Same/Difference

SAME/DIFFERENCE is a creative writing and photography project, facilitated by poets Maria McManus, Nandi Jola, Viviana Fiorentino and photographer Bernarde Lynn. It celebrates the voices and creative talent of people from different cultural backgrounds, now living in Northern Ireland. Explore our increasingly rich, diverse and multi-cultural community.

Organiser: Quotidian - Word on the Street

6:00 pm
16
Sep

Creative Centenaries Comic Book Showcase

Since 2014, and with the support of the Community Relations Council, the Nerve Centre’s Creative Centenaries project has developed a suite of graphic novels focused on real-life characters from Ireland’s Decade of Centenaries. Join us as we highlight the curriculum linked resources and find out how you can download and use them for free.

Organiser: Making the Future

11:00 am
16
Sep

Showcase of music created on Cultural Harmony Community Engagement Programme

A showcase of Cultural Harmony, exploring music against the backdrop of conflict in the music scene of Northern Ireland in the 70s and 80s. With inputs from prominent figures in the local music scene including John O’Neill and Stuart Bailie, the project brought about thoughtful conversations about music, memory and identity.

Organiser: Making the Future

2:30 pm
17
Sep

CultureLab Online Exhibition

Recently described by the Museums Journal as ‘exciting, risky, challenging, funny, thought provoking and revolutionary’, take a virtual tour of CultureLab, an exhibition exploring cultural stereotypes and posing questions around issues of culture and identity in Northern Ireland. And remember, don’t believe the stereotype.

Organiser: Making the Future

10:30 am
18
Sep

Diversity Boxes Project: Sion Mills

A short film documenting the Rural Housing Association's Diversity Boxes Project in partnership with ArtsEkta. The Diversity boxes project delivered educational boxes full of cultural fact sheets, arts and crafts and recipes inspired by cultures from around the world to over 70 families in Sion Mills, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Organiser: Rural Housing Association

10:00 am
21
Sep