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Sarah Thompson, Cassie Darnborough and Bailey Rice are pictured with David Gilliland from the Arts Council celebrating a grant windfall on International Youth Day (Monday 12th August).

Sarah Thompson, Cassie Darnborough and Bailey Rice are pictured with David Gilliland from the Arts Council celebrating a grant windfall on International Youth Day (Monday 12th August).

Building Peace through the Arts - 5 Apples Project

Building Peace through the Arts - 5 Apples Project

Colum Eastwood, pictured officially launching the Re-imaging Communities project launch at Leafair which was funded by the Shared Communities Consortium, led by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. (2010)

Colum Eastwood, pictured officially launching the Re-imaging Communities project launch at Leafair which was funded by the Shared Communities Consortium, led by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. (2010)

New sculpture lands at Dundalk Institute of Technology | Arts Council of Northern Ireland

New sculpture lands at Dundalk Institute of Technology | Arts Council of Northern Ireland

Councillor Joy Rollston, Chair of the Blackwater Partnership and Ann Ward from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland celebrate the announcement of first Stage 1 funding awards under the Building Peace through the Arts programme

Councillor Joy Rollston, Chair of the Blackwater Partnership and Ann Ward from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland celebrate the announcement of first Stage 1 funding awards under the Building Peace through the Arts programme

Re Imaging Communities,Building Peace,Arts

Re Imaging Communities,Building Peace,Arts

Mother Daughter Sister a new sculpture by Ross Wilson was unveiled by Finance Minister Arlene Foster and is supported by the Building Peace through the Arts - Re-Imaging Communities Programme.

Mother Daughter Sister a new sculpture by Ross Wilson was unveiled by Finance Minister Arlene Foster and is supported by the Building Peace through the Arts - Re-Imaging Communities Programme.

Zoe Wood and Jade Wood are pictured at one of two new sculptures that act as beacons for hope for Gortview and Killybrack Estates, Omagh. (2010)

Zoe Wood and Jade Wood are pictured at one of two new sculptures that act as beacons for hope for Gortview and Killybrack Estates, Omagh. (2010)

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