Making the Future is a major cultural heritage project being delivered by a consortium of partners including the Nerve Centre, National Museums Northern Ireland, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland and the Linen Hall Library.
The leading cultural and heritage organisations are delivering a comprehensive change programme of cultural engagements, creativity and skills development across Northern Ireland and the border counties.
Making the Future is seeking the services of a creative agency/organisation to undertake the delivery of community engagement programmes with a mix of adult and youth groups as part of its Conflict to Peace strand.
There are two contracts available, each with a maximum value of £15,000. Each contract is for the delivery of programmes to at least 100 people.
Conflict to Peace uses the Linen Hall Library’s diverse collections of imagery, posters, publications and its literary, theatre and postcards archives to explore themes of how Northern Ireland is emerging as a post-conflict society. Engagement programmes will involve sustained and meaningful contact between people from different communities in Northern Ireland, and should last a minimum of eight hours. Proposals that suggest the use of creativity, art, drama and digital media will be particularly welcome.
Please email Niall Kerr firstname.lastname@example.org for an application. The deadline for submissions is 12pm on Friday 9th April 2021.