Beyond Skin Projects

27 Aug 2014

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Homely Planet

Homely Planet

Inter(net) Radio Network.

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Parallel Versing

Parallel Versing

A project process of new music and radio programmes produced by young people from two different global locations for one final composition.

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WOMAD Belfast

WOMAD Belfast

World Of Music Arts & Dance Outreach programme and festivals.

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The Interactive Music Experience (iME)

The Interactive Music Experience (iME)

Designed and developed by Beyond Skin and supported by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland since 2012.

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World Music Northern Ireland (WMNI)

World Music Northern Ireland (WMNI)

Musicians/bands resource and services within the World Music Sector.

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The Motion Project

The Motion Project

Northern Ireland's Largest Multicultural Music Collective.

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The Next Village

The Next Village

Global Education & Development Radio Series & Resource.

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Beyond Skin Global

Beyond Skin Global

Development Education Website. Our sister site.

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Gaau Village Workshop

Gaau Village Workshop

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Youth In Motion (YIM)

Youth In Motion (YIM)

Young People New Music Regional Project.

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Belfast East

Belfast East

Cultural projects focused in the East Belfast area.

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Peace Day Festival

Peace Day Festival

The International Day of Peace, also known as 'World Peace Day', which occurs annually on 20 September.

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One Giant Leap in N.I.

One Giant Leap in N.I.

1 Giant Leap has played a massive part in the development of cultural relations in Northern Ireland that we feel needs wider recognition...Find out more here and about our workshops.

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