What’s on

Jun
27
Thu
Just Living? – An evening of story and song with Andy Flannagan @ Refresh Cafe, Skainos Centre
Jun 27 @ 9:00 pm
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ANDY FLANNAGAN JUST LIVING?27th June 2013 @ 8 p.m. REFRESH Café in the Skainos Centre Newtownards Road, BELFAST, BT4 1AF.
REFRESH Café will be open from 7.30until the start of the evening for snacks, refreshments and hot and cold drinks.An evening of story and Song with Andy Flanagan, a London-based, Belfast born, singer-songwriter. He is first and foremost a story-teller, weaving hope and pain into songs that soar with beautiful, poignant melodies that betray his Irish roots.There is a passion for global justice in Andy’s songs that is reflected in their earthy lyrical content.Join us for an enjoyable evening of music and conversation to think creatively about Just Living. This is event will conclude our recent series of Faith and Arts events. The Faith and Arts cluster group will continue to meet. For further details email info@contemporarychristianity.net Click on the image below to download a poster: just_living_poster.jpg For further information contact: info@contemporarychristianity.net There will be an opportunity for pop up displays, poster displays and information about a range of organisations who have justice at the heart of their activities.
   
 
Oct
9
Thu
Faith and Arts Group: Exhibition @ Magee Campus, Derry
Oct 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
6:00pm An exhibition by the Faith and Arts group
7:30pm Truth in Art and Religion - Adrienne Chaplain

Tom  Kelly (a Christian who is one of the Bogside artists), will respond to Adreienne’s talk. There will also be a time for questions and discussion. Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin (PhD) is a Philosopher of art and Christian. She was our speaker at the Catherwood lecture in 2011. Click here to the illustrated lecture on our website.
Faith and Arts Group: Truth in Art and Religion @ Magee Campus, Derry
Oct 9 @ 7:30 pm
6:00pm An exhibition by the Faith and Arts group
7:30pm Truth in Art and Religion - Adrienn Chaplain

Tom  Kelly (a Christian who is one of the Bogside artists), will respond to Adreienne’s talk. There will also be a time for questions and discussion. Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin (PhD) is a Philosopher of art and Christian. She was our speaker at the Catherwood lecture in 2011. Click here to the illustrated lecture on our website.
Oct
10
Fri
Faith and Arts Group: Exhibition @ Contemporary Christianity
Oct 10 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
6:00pm  An exhibition by the Faith and Arts group
7.30pm The group members will briefly talk about their work. Adrienne will open up a discussion on contemporary issues for Christians in the world of Art and Artists.

Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin (PhD) is a Philosopher of art and Christian. She was our speaker at the Catherwood lecture in 2011. Click here to the illustrated lecture on our website.
Faith and Arts Group: Discussion @ Contemporary Christianity
Oct 10 @ 7:30 pm
6:00pm  An exhibition by the Faith and Arts group
7.30pm The group members will briefly talk about their work. Adrienne will open up a discussion on contemporary issues for Christians in the world of Art and Artists.

Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin (PhD) is a Philosopher of art and Christian. She was our speaker at the Catherwood lecture in 2011. Click here to the illustrated lecture on our website.
Apr
3
Fri
The Passion Walk @ Gorsvenor House
Apr 3 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
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The Passion Walk is an individual reflective journey through the streets of central Belfast, where the city itself becomes the backdrop for the story of Christ’s Passion. Walking with an audio guide and pausing at certain key locations, you will be invited to enter into the events of Jesus’ final hours. The first Easter took place in a busy, complex city where most people were preoccupied with their own concerns. The Passion Walk is an invitation to experience the story in a new way, and perhaps to see the city in a new light. You are invited to begin your journey at Grosvenor House, 5 Glengall Street (behind the Opera House) any time between 10am and 1pm on Friday 3rd April or Saturday 4th April. Make your urban pilgrimage at your own pace, alone or with friends, and complete the journey with refreshments and a space for further reflection at The Dock Café in Titanic Quarter. We ask all walkers to book in advance on our website www.passionwalk.org. There is a charge of £5 (£3 unwaged) to help cover costs.
Apr
4
Sat
The Passion Walk @ Gorsvenor House
Apr 4 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
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The Passion Walk is an individual reflective journey through the streets of central Belfast, where the city itself becomes the backdrop for the story of Christ’s Passion. Walking with an audio guide and pausing at certain key locations, you will be invited to enter into the events of Jesus’ final hours. The first Easter took place in a busy, complex city where most people were preoccupied with their own concerns. The Passion Walk is an invitation to experience the story in a new way, and perhaps to see the city in a new light. You are invited to begin your journey at Grosvenor House, 5 Glengall Street (behind the Opera House) any time between 10am and 1pm on Friday 3rd April or Saturday 4th April. Make your urban pilgrimage at your own pace, alone or with friends, and complete the journey with refreshments and a space for further reflection at The Dock Café in Titanic Quarter. We ask all walkers to book in advance on our website www.passionwalk.org. There is a charge of £5 (£3 unwaged) to help cover costs.
Apr
8
Wed
Faith, Art and Peace @ Diverscity
Apr 8 @ 12:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Art, Faith and Peace The Bogside Artists: the Story Behind the Murals

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With artists Tom Kelly, Kevin Hasson and William Kelly and philosopher of art Dr Adrienne Chaplin. A unique opportunity to learn about the story of faith and hope behind the city's well-known - but often little understood - Bogside murals. Participants can attend some or all of the sessions This is a free event, but for catering purposes please register. A free bus will be available from the Contemporary Christianity office in Belfast. It will leave at 12:30pm and arrive in time to allow participation in the walking tour and evening events. The bus should arrive back in Belfast by 11:00pm.   Please register at info@contemporarychristianity.net   

Itinerary

12:30 Light lunch 1:00-2:00 Art, Faith and Healing: Adrienne Chaplin in conversation with Tom Kelly. Tom will talk about the role of faith in his work, and the potential of art and storytelling to promote healing and peace 2:45-4:45   Walking Tour of The People's Gallery. This tour will provide a unique opportunity to see the work of the Bogside Artists and discuss the purpose and implications of their work 5:30-6:30 Meet the Bogside Artists: Questions & Answers 6:30  Light evening meal 7:30-9:00 Art, Faith and Truth: A talk by Adrienne Chaplin with responses from the Bogside Artists followed by open discussion. Adrienne will explore how the murals, and other art throughout the ages, can disclose truth beyond words Click here for more details.
 

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