DescriptionThis project was funded by the Big Lottery, through their ‘Culture for All’ funding stream, established in the wake of the Derry/Londonderry City of Culture Programme 2013. It was run through the School of English at Queen’s University, and aimed to bring members of the public together to engage in writing workshops specifically on the theme of ‘place’. Our participants explored ideas about belonging, while enhancing their verbal expression, and sharing their work with other like-minded people. Writing is a powerful tool for evoking emotions; by learning, discussing, and 'doing', participants gained an understanding of how it is possible to express strong, honest feelings about belonging, identity, and purpose.
|Period||09 Sep 2014 → 08 Jun 2015|
|Location||Belfast, United Kingdom|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
Documents & Links
On the Grass When I Arrive: An Anthology of New Writing from Northern Ireland on Place, Home, and Belonging
Research output: Book/Report › Book