Continue reading “The Glens Centre’s Across the Lines programme working with Kiltyclogher Community Council brings Kabosh’s transformative theatre work Green and Blue, about the border to Kiltyclogher”
Everyday Heroines – Portraits of Ourselves is a new Women’s Development and Creativity programme, as part of The Glens Centre’s Across the Lines programme. The over-arching aim is to support skills development and personal development of women through creativity. The course will bring women together, empower women as image makers, and to support women play an active part in the community through creativity.
Continue reading “A Conversation between Ruth Gonsalves Moore, Coordinator of The Glens Centre ‘Across the Lines’ Programme and Róisín Loughrey, Filmmaker and Creative Facilitator for Everyday Heroines: Portraits of Ourselves”
Across the Lines Forum (IFI)
Inclusive Conversation about Community and the Border
The Glens Centre IFI Across the Lines programme is at heart about enabling inclusive community interaction and supporting meaningful community relationships along and across the Leitrim/Fermanagh border.
The Forum space is for individuals interested in conversations about inclusive communities and cross border working. It is a sharing and learning/conversational and planning space for those involved in current IFI projects.
Join us on Wednesday the 29th of November from 7.30pm till 9pm in The Glens Centre for the first meeting of the Forum.
Have you met Ruth Moore, our Across the Lines project co-ordinatior?