A series of creative digital media workshops highlighting community and cultural identities have been organised by Moyle District Council’s Good Relations Programme.
Entitled “Same Stories”, this unique programme of workshops will take place across the Causeway, Ballycastle and the Glens areas throughout November, with three free events running in each area.
“Same Stories” will give participants the chance to consider their own legacies and cultural identities, together with those of others living within their communities. The workshops will be lead by experienced tutors from the Workers’ Educational Association, who will provide an introduction to the facts around diversity and teach participants how to develop content and ultimately create a digital story which can be shared with their fellow contributors.
The “Same Stories” Workshops which will be open to both individuals and community group members will take place in the following locations around Moyle: Ballycastle Area Workshops: Tuesday 8th, 15th, & 22nd November, 7pm-10pm at Moyle District Council Offices, Sheskburn House, Ballycastle.
Causeway Area Workshops: Wednesday 9th, 16th & 23rd November, 7pm-10pm in Bushmills Community Centre, Bushmills.
The Glens Area Workshops: Thursday 10th, 17th & Monday 21st November, 7pm-10pm in the Old Schoolhouse, Cushendall.
Anyone over 16 years of age can take part in “Same Stories” and no previous creative writing or digital media experience is required. Places are limited on what is expected to be a popular programme, so if you would like the opportunity to take part please contact The Development Department at Moyle District Council on (028) 2076 2225 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday 21st October.
You can also book your place by contacting Carole Kane at WEA on (028) 9032 9718 or email email@example.com
Please remember to tell us which area workshops you would like to attend when booking your place.