Ten Minutes More were recently appointed to provide the development and delivery of an Arts PEACE IV programme for Mid Ulster District in partnership with Mid Ulster District Council.
Creative Connections is a free cross community workshop programme designed to promote peace and reconciliation across the Mid Ulster District Council area through participation in the Arts.
The three areas of Magherafelt, Dungannon and Cookstown each benefit from a programme of free workshops during which each participating group will work with professional artists to develop and deliver their own arts event such as an exhibition or performance.
Creative Connections is a chance for participants to take time out for themselves, connect with new people and learn and create something together.
Project supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB)
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