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A participant in the CAP arts project ‘All names known’ – Agnes Close talks to the Monthly about experiencing David Hockney’s ‘I draw, I do’ exhibition

  The Monthly will be looking to introduce participants in Community Arts Partnership’s arts projects to art events that they would normally not attend and have them review the events for The Monthly. Agnes Close is a participant in the Community Arts Partnership’s “All names known” Project. We asked her to give us her impressions… Continue Reading

Consultation on Public Art/Memorial in the City Cemetery (Baby Public plot) – ‘All Names Known’ – May update

Belfast City Council has issued a short statement to the many participants of the “All Names Known” creative, public consultation, which took place over recent months in the City Cemetery. We are continuing to work with Belfast City Council on the next steps as mentioned and we too are extremely grateful to the many people… Continue Reading

Consultation on Public Art/Memorial in the City Cemetery (Baby Public plot) – ‘All Names Known’ – March update

Community Arts Partnership has just submitted the report to Belfast City Council following the creative public consultation.   We have also asked BCC to come back to us, with any response, as soon as they can but we appreciate that this might take a little time for reaction. The lengthy report included the contributions from… Continue Reading

Consultation on Public Art/Memorial in the City Cemetery (Baby Public plot) – ‘All Names Known’ – Workshops update

On Saturday 27th February, we had another creative, productive and inspiring day with the first group on the ‘All Names Known’ public consultation, delivered by project co-ordinator and artist Carole Kane. This was the second and final day of the paper making workshops for this group. Thanks again to those who gave their time, words… Continue Reading

Consultation on Public Art/Memorial in the City Cemetery (Baby Public plot) – ‘All Names Known’ – Workshops update

On Saturday 20th February, our Landmarks Project co-ordinator and artist, Carole Kane, delivered the first ‘All Names Known’ paper making workshops in the Falls Park Bowling Pavilion. This is one of a range of creative ways that the public has been responding to this public consultation, which concludes next week. “All Names Known” is the… Continue Reading

Consultation on Public Art/Memorial in the City Cemetery (Baby Public plot) – ‘All Names Known’ – closing 15 Jan

online form    During the weekend of the 11th-13th December, Belfast City Cemetery and Community Arts Partnership hosted an open session at the Public Baby Plot. Members of the families of those who have lost little ones and empathisers from the public came along and left flowers and sets of words as requested for the… Continue Reading

Ashwin Tripathi reviews Na Leanai

In my six months living in Northern Ireland I have had few opportunities to experience cultural activities and tonight, thanks to the Monthly and the Out to Lunch Festival, I am experiencing traditional Irish music for the first time. My understanding is that this group, Na Leanai (“the children” in Irish) is a group which… Continue Reading

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