The Jethro Centre, Lurgan warmly invites you to the following event…
Delivered by Carole Kane & Paul Hutchinson
19th October, 7.15pm. Access via Zoom.
An interactive, session hosted by in the Jethro Centre, Lurgan. Leading on from Workshop 1 in Good Relations Week, we will follow our curiosity to further explore the concept of Border Tales, connections, space, tension, endings and beginnings. Following key points from the initial workshop of Shabrae Jackson’s experiences in Mexico, we’ll consider if these might reflect into or differ from our local context.
Hearing stories from other lands and contexts can open new perspectives for one’s own journey and perhaps provide helpful guideposts along the way as there is a growing need to develop restorative practices and creative spaces that help us to regain a sense of belonging and connection.
Paul Hutchinson is the founder/director of Imagined Spaces (specialising in community relations) former Director of Corrymeela and since 1990, a therapist, advocate, manager in mental health services. Amongst other roles, he is also a writer, film-maker and community artist.
Carole Kane is the Good Relations Project Officer in the Jethro Centre and CAP Project Co-ordinator. She also has many roles but works across the arts, education and peacebuilding in community settings.
To register attendance for this event: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 028 38325673
Good Relations Project Officer
The Jethro Centre
Shankill Parish Caring Association,
6, Flush Place,