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Anyone Interested in 'Being Creative'
Mar. 15, 2013
Fancy the opportunity to design, develop and star in a video, flyer, poster campaign, song etc about your local Community?
Ulster GAA are seeking 5 young people (16-25 years) from your Club who would wish to take part in a "Being Creative" joint event with the Young Farmers. The event will take place in Greenmount Campus, Antrim, Co. Antrim, BT41 4PS on Easter Wednesday 3rd April from 10am - 3pm.
A video camera company, and other resources will be onhand through-out the day for the group to use as they wish. The format is a blank canvas with young people coming together, contributing their ideas, to create a resource which depicts their community, culture and involvement in their GAA club. The event is being organised through the Youth Council, and all participants will receive a branded certificate which will contribute to CVs and personal statements.
If your club has young, enthusiastic members interested in youth work, drama, art, multi-media, or just simply proud of their GAA roots, then they are asked to register their interest with firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 22nd March.
As places are strictly limited to 15 GAA members in total, places will be reserved on a first-come-first-served basis, and can only be registered with confirmation of names. The first three clubs coming back with five confirmed participants will be allocated the places.
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