Symposium 15 November 2018


6-15 November 2018

Above from left to right:  Guy Wilson (former Master of the Armories), Pauline Mayers (playwrighter and performance artist), Tom Kelly (Bogside Artist), Kevin Hasson (Bogside Artists), Gillian Holding (visual artist). 

Jo Berry and Pat Magee

13 November 2018 

Above from left to right: Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin (curator); Jo Berry (daughter of the Conservative MP Sir Anthony Berry who was killed in the 1984 bombing of the the Conservative Party Conference in Brighton); Pat Magee (a former IRA volunteer who planted the bomb and was released from prison as part of the Good Friday agreement in 1998). Jo and Pat work together to promote peace and conflict resolution by modelling empathetic and respectful listening. 



Norwich Cathedral

November 2017 

Artists Talks and Panel Discussion

Saturday 11 November 2017

Panel members from left to right: 

Peter Doll (chair), Canon Librarian, Norwich Cathedral; Charlotte Howard, stone carver, with several commissions in Northern Ireland, under its Re-Imaging programme; Tom Kelly, Bogside Artist, muralist, Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland; Rachel Kerr, Reader in International Relations and Contemporary War at the Department of War Studies, King's College London; Director of project Art and Reconciliation: Conflict, Culture and Community; Stuart Aveyard, Senior Lecturer in British and Irish History and Politics, University of Chichester; Kevin Hasson, Bogside Artist, muralist, Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland; Hari Reed, PhD student, University of East Anglia, curator of exhibition 'Protestimony' as part of UEA Refugee History project; Robin Watt, wild life artist; retired solider and war artist with several tours of duty in Northern Ireland; Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin, exhibition curator; independent philosopher of art; Visiting Research Fellow, Kings College, London. 

Coventry Cathedral

May 2017

Exhibition Opening 24th May 2017

Above right from left to right: Rev. Dr. Sarah Hills  (Canon of Ministry of Reconciliation, Coventry Cathedral; John Blundell (Deputy Lord Mayor of Coventry); Tom Kelly (Bogside Artist); Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin (curator).

Panel Discussion

St. Michael's House, 30 June 2017 

Above from left to right: Rev. G. Withers (RAF Chaplain); Rosie Brown (artist); Terry Duffy (artist); Dr. Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin (exhibition curator); Rev. Canon Dr. Sarah Hills (Canon for Reconciliation, Coventry Cathedral); Tom Kelly (Bogside Artist), Richard Harvey (lawyer on Bloody Sunday Inquiry), Charles Walker Hazzard (artist), John Yeadon (artist). 

On the right: Bloody Sunday Inquiry lawyer Richard Harvey reciting the poem 'Yes, Jim' that he wrote for the family of Bloody Sunday victim James Wray. For the poem click here

Panel discussion on 'Art, Conflict & Remembering: The Murals of the Bogside Artists' exhibition Coventry 2017

Amos Trust, St. Clements Church London

November 2015

Amos Trust Annual Day Conference

Saturday 26 September  2015

 St. Mary-at-Hill Church, London 

Above: on the podium from left to right: Chris Rose (Director of Amos Trust); Dieudonne Nahimana (Founder of New Generation Burundi, working with streetchildren); Tom Kelly (Bogside Artist); Ben Yeger (Ex-Israeli soldier and Director of Moving Conflict, working with Combatants for Peace specialising in drama therapy); Sami Awad (Founder of Holy land Trust seeking non-violent means to achieve justice and equal rights for Palestinians as for Israelis).  

Greenbelt Festival, Kettering

August 2015

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