R2R

Breaking Down Barriers to Integration Event

We are holding an information event , Breaking Down Barriers to Integration.
This event aims to inform migrants about support and resources in the local community.

Where: Belfast City Hall: Banqueting Hall
When: Wednesday 7th Novemeber 2018
Time: 9:30 – 1:30pm

For more details plase contact:
Aiveen.Kavanagh@burc.org
Aisling.Cartmill@burc.org
Phone:  028 9096 1111

Download the Breaking Down Barriers Invite Here

 

‘Just For Fun Day’ Routes to Resilience

We held a very successful ‘Just for Fun Day‘ as part of our Routes to Resilience programme in the Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich Falls Road on the 27th Oct 2017.

The Just For Fun Day included participants from The Falls Women’s Centre, The Chinese Community and the Local Community of the Falls Road.
Adults, children and young people all enjoyed the activities from face painting, arts & crafts, a Magic show and even had the opportunity to experience creative digital media activities from Virtual Reality to special film effects. Not forgetting a good old chitchat with a cup of tea.

 

Routes to Resilience Digital Media Summer Camp 2017

Routes to Resilience Project

Check out our R2R Digital Media Summer Camp creations.

Routes to Resilience “R2R” is one of a number of projects funded by the Big Lottery, this project is for 5 years, we are almost finished our pilot year, which has been a great success. We had our Official Launch at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast on the 21st January. The project is in partnership between Play Board NI and Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre.

Routes to Resilience Fane Street School

Routes to resilience programme in Fane Street Primary school.
3D Character Design and Animation with Film and Special Effects.

 

Routes to Resilience Digital Media Summer Camp 2017

3D Animations Created by the children and young people of the Routes to Resilience Digital Media Summer Camp 2017.

Routes to Resilience “R2R” is one of a number of projects funded by the Big Lottery, this project is for 5 years, we are almost finished our pilot year, which has been a great success. We had our Official Launch at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast on the 21st January. The project is in partnership between Play Board NI and Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre.

R2R held a Digital Media Summer Camp for 2 weeks in the Summer of 2017. The children and young people had Gaming laptops, iPads and special effects film equipment which was available to all for the duration of the Summer Camp.

The children and young people had the opportunity to express themselves through the use of Digital Media creating films, 3D characters and 3D animations, Stop-Motion Animation and special Film effects.

The children and young people also gained a magnitude of creative media skills as well as developing team working skills, better communication,

 

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