Belfast based dance company, Maiden Voyage Dance, has commissioned Scottish Choreographer Jack Webb to create Each for Other a new dance trio for public space that explores our need for togetherness and community. The dance piece will launch at this year’s 20th anniversary Belfast Children’s Festival and will engage audiences as the performers encounter complications and find collective strength and possibility whilst physically harnessed to each other.Read More
Northern Ireland’s disabled and deaf artists are being offered grants of up to £5,000 to develop their work.Read More
Twelve youth projects in communities across Northern Ireland are set to benefit from £120,000 of funding to develop bespoke arts projects that promote positive health and wellbeing.Read More
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Representatives from the arts sector in Northern Ireland gathered at Stormont today with business leaders and public sector representatives in a bid to bring the Big Arts Debate to the attention of MLAs and decision-makers. The debate centred on the value of the arts to the economy, to society and to the health and wellbeing of citizens in Northern Ireland. The #BigArtsDebate was sponsored by Mike Nesbit, MLA, UU and Claire Hanna, MLA, SDLP and was held at Parliament Buildings, Stormont on Monday 19th February.
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