Shared Histories - Diverse Views cross-border project | Nerve Centre

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Shared Histories - Diverse Views is a dynamic cross-border, cross-community initiative that brings together individuals and communities from the borderlands of Armagh/Louth and Donegal/Derry~Londonderry. Through the lens of photography, this project aims to unlock shared histories, foster understanding, and create sustainable connections. It's a unique opportunity to delve into the past, share your experiences, and create a more nuanced understanding of your community's heritage.

The project is delivered by Nerve Centre, who are supported by the Community Relations Council’s Core Funding Scheme.

Course Details

Provisional Workshop Dates are Wednesday 20, Thursday 21 and Friday 22 March 2024.

This is a free opportunity - no costs involved. Lunch will be provided during the group sessions.

As a participant, you'll get to:

  • Engage in creative activities
  • Connect with people from the opposite side of the border
  • Explore your family and community history through photography
  • Learn digital archiving and augmented reality skills
  • Co-create a visual narrative of the borderlands today.

How to Apply

This is your chance to be a part of a groundbreaking project that celebrates cultural diversity, community engagement, and the power of photography. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to connect, learn, and share your story. Apply today and embark on a journey of discovery through the Shared Histories Project.

To become a part of this exciting project, simply fill out the application form by midnight Thursday 7 March 2024.

Read more about the Shared Histories Project.