A festival in Northern Ireland working together for a just, peaceful and sustainable world
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A happening breakfast with Syann Williams
Monday 12th October online 9.00am (UK Time / UTC+1) TICKETS
Join us for a virtual breakfast in conversation with Syann Williams; Australian Peacebuilder, Rotary Peace Fellow, Bachelor of Arts and investigator of Happenings.
Through diverse acting engagements including theatre and film, combined with humanitarian work and peace research, Syann has worked in Mongolia, Vietnam, Myanmar, South Sudan, the Philippines, Japan and Northern Ireland, finally going full circle and returning to her homeland: Australia. Whilst munching on your breakfast of choice, join Syann and special guests for what promises to be a fascinating conversation of life changing moments. She will explore the surreal and sometimes comedic situations she has found herself in, and we will delve into Syann’s findings of happenings. There is no better way to start your week!
Blueprint: OpenNet 4.0 & Preaching House Pottery.
14th – 18th October online exhibition (here)
The prequel to a collaboration of music art Dance exploring the amplifying of rural voices enabling connections to the global village.
In partnership with OpenNet 4.0 Choma & Livngstone, Zambia and Preaching House Pottery Killough, Northern Ireland.
Preaching House Pottery Killough supported by Blueprint a comprehensive ethnic minority cultural diversity programme across the Newry, Mourne and Down District Council area supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). Zambia programme financial support has come from Factor Law and independent donors.
Taste the World
Friday 16th October online 1.00pm (UK Time / UTC+1) TICKETS
Music and food event with guests from WOMAD UK Taste The World. Stories and recipes to a soundtrack of the best music you’ve never heard.
Join us for music and food from around the globe in this online event, with guests from WOMAD UK Taste The World. Let us share stories and recipes while you listen to a soundtrack of the best music you’ve never heard.
‘Taste the World’ is a Beyond Skin Blueprint project in partnership with Newry, Mourne and Down District Council and UNIT T. Blueprint is a comprehensive ethnic minority cultural diversity programme across the Newry, Mourne and Down District Council area supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register free.
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