Connecting Creativity with Community

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This is Me project – PIM (Community) Project – Enniskillen showcase

Two RNIB groups came together to showcase and celebrate the results of two Community Arts Partnership Programmes: Poetry in Motion (Community) and This is Me Project, which educates people in film and animation.

 

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Masque Project – Drum Performance in Derry/Londonderry

Participants from Foyle Down Syndrome Trust play African hand drums in a public drumming performance in the Guildhall Square.

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Community Arts Partnership’s Side by Side Project

Finale celebration at the Crescent Arts Centre (Wednesday 26th March) - Project Co-ordinator Sally Young worked with groups from Chestnut Grove, Sydenham Court, Mullan Mews, Junction Club, Glenveagh Special School, Happy Go Lucky Senior Citizens and Aspen Day Centre

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Poetry in Motion (Schools) Project – 1000 students attend Ulster Hall recitals

Grange Primary School(P6 and P7) awarded the inaugural Seamus Heaney Award for Achievement presented by Dr Michael Longley and Lord Mayor of Belfast Nichola Mallon. "The image is provided with the kind permission of Belfast City Council"

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Community Arts Partnership’s “Poetry in Motion (Community) Project

The launch of the new PIMC Anthology "Making Memories" took place at the Duncairn Centre for Culture and Arts on Sunday 23rd March. Stephanie Conn's "Lavender Fields" was awarded the inaugural Seamus Heaney Award for New Writing.

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Connecting Creativity and Community

Community Arts Partnership takes the lead in the promotion, development and delivery of community arts practice in Northern Ireland. We are an independent advocate for community arts and offer the widest possible range of assistance and opportunity to get creative and engage in community-based arts activity.

Our mission is to take the lead in the promotion, development and delivery of community arts practice, to affect positive change.

Our vision is to see the emergence of a just, inclusive, peaceful and creative society, where difference is welcomed and participation is valued.

We have a two-fold approach to arts development: firstly, supporting access and participation by seeking to affect policy through advocacy and leadership and secondly, promoting authorship and ownership through the active engagement in projects and programmes.