Temporary Places > Community Garden > Peaspark

Ruth Morrow, Peter Mutschler

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    Abstract

    Temporary Places is a community and art project in North Belfast at two interface areas, New Lodge and Skegoneill/ Glandore. This project (Jan 2013-ongoing) is a collaboration between New Lodge Arts
    (lead administrative partner), PS2 (project curators) and Skegoneill & Glandore Common Purpose (community organisation). ‘Temporary Places’ was and still is a project about social and urban regeneration, partly through familiar strategies and activities and partly through more unorthodox, direct and creative interventions. It is an art and community project for all residents and the wider community.

    There are several components to the project, but the key and ongoing element is to activate the empty spaces at the Skegoniell / Glandore Interface, by making a 'garden space' of creative activity - now known as Peaspark

    Original languageEnglish
    TypeCommunity Intervention
    Media of outputSpatial
    PublisherPS2, Belfast
    Place of PublicationBelfast
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

    Bibliographical note

    This project started in 2013 and is still ongoing.

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    Morrow, R., & Mutschler, P. (2015). Temporary Places > Community Garden > Peaspark. Belfast: PS2, Belfast. http://temporaryplaces.org