We’re delighted to be hosting “The Good Room” – an exhibition of the Brilliant Resilience project, at Fermanagh House in Enniskillen. The exhibition opened on Culture Night September 17th and will remain on display until the end of September.
The exhibition features locally created crochet arts, stories and photography made by older Fermanagh residents, carers and friends. Telling a story of this period in our lives where for the past year and a half our lives been centred at home with our precious and vulnerable shielded, often behind glass or perspex. Showing how we have managed to come through this period by re-connecting with one another through conversation and the arts and, in spite of the great difficulties, we remain.
The exhibition was created by Fermanagh residents in collaboration with Rural Housing Association and Community Arts Partnership. Community Arts Partnership received support for this project from the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland through the Community Arts, Culture & Heritage Fund, as well as the Department for Communities. Rural Housing Association received support for this project from the Prince’s Countryside Fund.
Please do call in to Fermanagh House where you may view the exhibition at your leisure.