“These strange few months have led to something akin to a public awakening to the value of the arts, this, coupled with Westminster’s package, has created a real opportunity now in Northern Ireland for a resurgence of an arts sector that is more confident and able. Let’s not waste that.”
Last year 11 people in NI died waiting for an organ transplant…this beautiful, specially commissioned song by Karl McGuckin has been released for #OrganDonationWeek
The civic and economic purpose of arts and culture to a healthy, functioning, society is revealed to be more explicitly necessary than ever.
While some will have developed a digital mindset and provided an online offering, for many others walk–in custom will remain core to their success. If we do not return to the workplace how will those dependent business survive?
The reach and pace of change across all of our society as a direct consequence of COVID 19, has been both ubiquitous and exponential. So many aspects of our lives continue to change and evolve at an unprecedented rate.
Over the past few weeks, we have seen Northern Ireland rally in a way that I, for one, have certainly not experienced in my lifetime.
“Our dedicated Guinness Quality teams are on the road, calling to our licensed partners, undertaking a series of rigorous checks with the utmost care, guaranteeing that people all over Ireland can enjoy a fresh, beautiful pint of Guinness when restaurants and pubs reopen.” – Stephen Kilcullen, Guinness Global Head of Quality at Diageo