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Tuesday
Jun122012

No More Traffik

I'm well settled into life and routine back home in Belfast after my recent trip to Cambodia. Since getting home it has been great to be part of the No More Traffik campaign, meeting up with the MCAC to discuss my upcoming solo show and towards the end of this month I'm looking forward to being part of a group show focused on faith and the arts.

Cambodia - MCAC
I met up with Geraldine from the Millennium Court Arts Centre towards the end of last month to discuss my recent trip to Cambodia and to show her my work. We also discussed how the show might be curated. I'm looking forward to working out how best to exhibit 
the girl's photos, my images, and the video footage I also shot.

NMT - No More Traffik On Our Streets
The timing was perfect... just after I got back from Cambodia there was a week long series of events raising awareness of the problem of Human Trafficking here in Northern Ireland - reminding us that this isn't just a problem for developing, far away countries but also here, on our streets.


I took part in a number of events. In the above photo I'm speaking at the the IJM hosted event which took place at The Dock in Belfast's Titanic Quarter. The evening was entitled "Stories of Hope".

An Evening of Faith & Arts
On Monday 25th June the opening will take place of a group show I'm part of which explores the themes of art and faith. Come along if you are interested. For more info - have a look at the Contemporary Christianity website.

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