Belfast Festival at Queen's
The Outreach and Education Departments main aim is to generate a wide range of participatory projects, spreading the ownership of the Festival through active participation in cultural activities. The Department aims to involve more people through organizations, schools, communities, families and individuals from planning to achieving innovative sustainable art projects.
See facts & figures and colorful pictures from the Outreach Diary 2003.
2004 'Journeys and migrations'
2003 'Colours of the World'
Creative Hip-Hop Residency and workshops
Festival Chorus - Bat out of Hell (Meatloaf remix)
Roving Artist - Colours of India sandpainting workshops
Live webchats with the stars
Yeh Hai Mumbai Meri Jaan dance workshop
Why is the sky blue? - questions&answers about science
Apparate! Magic Fun day and Quiz
Sticky - festival opening extravaganza
Hitchhikers' Guide to Belfast Festival at Queen's
Supporting Partners: Challenge for youth, Children's Express, Culturlann, Dee Street Community Centre, Glynn PS Larne, Greenway Women's Centre, Greenwood Infants PS, Holy Family PS
Indian Community Centre, Malone College, Malvern PS, Matt Talbot Youth Centre, New Belfast Community Arts Initiative, Newtownabbey Senior Citizens, Our Lady of Lourdes PS, St Columbs High School, St Thomas Scouts, St. Joseph High School, Stranmillis College, Tar Anall, The Foyer, Ulster Society of Magicians, University of Third Age, Upper Springfield Development Trust, Voluntary Service Bureau, West Belfast Area Project Where is the science, Windsor Avenue Family Centre, World of Owls, Youth Action NI-Rainbow Factory
Hosting School / Unit: Belfast Festival at Queen's
Target Audience: Communities, schools, young people, families all over Belfast and Northern Ireland
Start Date - End Date: Ongoing, particularly during festival time, in Oct-Nov of each year
Name: Outreach Manager (to be appointed)
Address: Festival House, 25 College Gardens Belfast BT9 6BS
Telephone: 028 90272608, 90272609