Who's Been Framed
Allow yourself to be drawn into the atmosphere and suspense of a night in the 1920s …
Who’s been Framed? is a unique collection of photographs shot in the Culloden Hotel, featuring members of the Skyway Club as suspects in a murder mystery and taking inspiration from classic crime flicks like Billy Wilder’s Double Indemnity, as well as the much loved board game Cluedo.
The Skyway Club is a vibrant and creative group of adults with learning disabilities, based at Ballynafeigh Community House in Belfast. Their interest in photography was sparked by participation in classes led by local photographer, Carrie Davenport. Carrie then worked with the group to stage, shoot and produce the images.
On Wednesday 18th February, beginning at 1pm, the Skyway Club will run a workshop exploring the story of the exhibition. The workshop is suitable for people with learning difficulties but it is open to anyone who wants take part. You must book in advance by contacting Leo Devlin at the ADF - email@example.com or 028 9023 9450.
BSL interpretation and audio description can be made available for the workshop. Please book this support in advance by contacting Leo as above. When you have booked communication support, if you then change your mind about attending, it's important to let us know!
The exhibition is open to the public until 5th March from 11am to 3pm, Tuesday to Friday.
The panel has now met and letters revealing panel decisions will be out to applicants by 2nd March. We hope there will be another grant round for the year 2015-16 but this is unconfirmed. Sample forms etc are downloadable below for information only - please note that all grant paperwork is reviewed yearly.
EU Project news
The GUIA EU project, which we ran in partnership with organisations based in Poland, Czech Republic, Croatia, Romania, Turkey, Belgium, Germany and England, has now ended. The project achieved all its targets and was selected as an example of European good practice.
We are now developing a new project, continuing with some of the previous partners and adding new ones.
Nikki McLaughlin from KIC presented Nikki's Story in Zagreb as part of the GUIA project. GUIA was run by the ADF with partners from Croatia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, Belgium, Turkey, Romania and England.
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