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'Belonging' is an exciting exhibition experience that brings together four artists who have worked with, and been inspired by, communities in east Belfast to explore what it means to belong.

Mixing visual art, performance and installation; this unique show marks the finale showcase of the 4th annual EastSide Arts Home Project.

The show begins promptly at 7pm and lasts for one hour. There will be refreshments following the show and you will have a chance to meet the artists.

Work to deliver environmental and cycling infrastructure improvements on Ballymacarrett Walkway begins on Monday 17th February and will continue until Summer 2020.

To limit disruption to users throughout the construction period the intention is to close off the Walkway in phases.  During this time the Walkway will only be partially accessible, with diversions through Severn Street for cyclists and pedestrians (routes will made clear via signage displayed at the site throughout the build period).

Our annual #LoveYourGreenway campaign begins on Monday 10th February and finishes on Saturday 15th February.

There are a number of events and activities taking place:

We are recruiting a Communications & Marketing Officer to assist in the development and delivery of EastSide Partnership’s marketing and communications activity with a strong focus on the effective use of digital and social media platforms.
 
Some key responsibilities include:
 
  • Assisting with the delivery of the Marketing & Communications Strategy & Action Plan for EastSide Partnership and subsidiary companies
  • Assisting with the management of EastSide Partnership's digital media channels
EastSide Partnership are recruiting a Community Engagement Officer to support the delivery of the work of EastSide Arts in east Belfast.
 
The main purpose of this role is to:
 
  • Support the EastSide Arts Manager to deliver the EastSide Arts strategic objectives

We are delighted that our EastSide Greeters initiaitve through EastSide Tourism won at the 2020 Eastside Awards.

EastSide Tourism launched ‘EastSide Greeters’ in 2019, the first volunteer-led Greeter initiative of its kind in Northern Ireland. The overall objective of this Urban Villages funded project is to harness the power of east Belfast’s place identity, to increase civic pride and to create EastSide Ambassadors. 

If you learned to swim in east Belfast, it was probably in Templemore Avenue Baths. It is an important space in community memory and played a huge role in many people's childhood.

With increased interest in it's history, due to redevelopment of 'The Baths' beginning later this year, Rhianne Morgan (QUB) will be delivering a talk, 'I Could tell You Some Stories I tell You': Childhood and Adolescent Memories of the Templemore Avenue Baths.

We are delighted that our EastSide Greeters initiaitve through EastSide Tourism is a finalist at the 2020 Eastside Awards.

EastSide Tourism launched ‘EastSide Greeters’ in 2019, the first volunteer-led Greeter initiative of its kind in Northern Ireland. The overall objective of this Urban Villages funded project is to harness the power of east Belfast’s place identity, to increase civic pride and to create EastSide Ambassadors. 

Come along to the temporary exhibition at Built: East on Wednesday 15th January. The exhibition is in situ from 12pm – 4.30pm.

The exhibition describes the construction of the Built: East pavilion at C.S. Lewis Square, the people who made it and the people who have inspired it: the talented and hardworking factory workers of east Belfast.

Come along to Orangefield Park on Saturday 25th January for a fun filled event and learn more about our native birds on the Connswater Community Greenway.

There'll be;

- Educational Talks and Displays
- Bird Watching
- Arts and Crafts
- Promotional Stalls
- Face Painting
- Refreshments

The event will take place at Orangefield Park bowling pavilion and surrounding area and is delivered in by EastSide Greenways in partnership with Bloomfield Wildlife Watch and Belfast City Council.

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