Tmy creative colleague Morag Donald gives an excellent account of our joint Cavan Youth Arts Lab earlier this year.
As a self employed woman living near the border between the north and south of Ireland, my work comes in all shapes, sizes and locations. I was lucky enough to work recently on a project with a good friend Bee Smith in County Cavan. It was part of a wider project funded by Peace IV which focuses on border towns most affected historically by the troubles. Our project along with ten others, in diverse media, were facilitated through the fantastically creative Cavan Youth Arts Lab. Cavan is a mainly rural county of around 3500 people who’s Art’s office is passionate about access to the arts for all.
Under the umbrella of Diversity and Ambition we worked with a group of girls from the Templeport Foróige youth group aged 11-14. We wanted to look at diversity within the group as well as within each individual member, their own diverse range of…
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