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May Noah rest in peace.

St. Malachy’s College

Yesterday at 14:51 · 

The whole College family mourns the tragic loss of our young Malachian, Noah Donohoe.

Noah embraced fully all aspects of school life. He was an active and prominent member of the Music Department, and as a talented young cellist, Noah was able to enhance the lives of his fellow performers and also many an audience. He was a natural leader who led by example. His caring nature, calm demeanour and big smile were some of his great gifts that helped others do their best. He was also a keen basketball and rugby player both in and out of school. He has been described as the perfect gentleman who was also able to show a genuine competitive spirit on the court. One of his teachers and coach said that Noah had a heart of a lion being able to express himself on the pitch, shouting, laughing and having fun with his friends whilst in class he was normally measured and modest.

In his short three years at St Malachy’s, Noah received much recognition and numerous awards for his contribution and dedication to College life. These include “The Spirit of the College Award”, full attendance, class prizes and UK Maths Challenge success.

The College has been blessed to have had such an outstanding student and person as a most valued member of our family, one who was already exhibiting the characteristics of a true Malachian, finding and doing his best by living our motto “Gloria ab intus”. We know that Noah was always immensely proud to represent the College and we benefitted greatly from his talents, presence, participation and warm personality.

We are all deeply saddened at Noah’s passing away, and we offer prayers for and support to his mother, Fiona, family members, friends and also his extended family – all of us associated with St Malachy’s College. Noah will always be a treasured member of our Malachian family.

May Noah rest in peace.

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#Belief

Hello… And thanks for following!

This is #Belief, the last installation

By @kevindoherty1981

#takeover @belfastphotofactory on #Instagram,

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On exhibit is work from the Photographic Project: ‘The Peace-Time Work’

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#Belief: Images 13 + 14

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Image 13: Troubles survivor, West Belfast scene (Inside Clonard Church).

Image 14: Metamorphoses (Butterfly sculpture, Armagh). 

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“On exhibit for seven days will be a body of work curated from (https://beyond-dialogue-and-silence.format.com/)*, responding to some of the places associated with the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’, which officially began 50 years ago last year. 

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Composed of fourteen ‘scenes’ and divided into a series of seven; they derive from a wider body of image-making activity into key events in our collective History (www.kevindohertyart.com)*, within-which the Artist is essentially empathetic.

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Exhibited in pairs, these images should help inform a wider narrative about Peace, not only expressing the individual Artists’ viewpoint, but by helping create a dialogue between the images and the viewer’s themselves.”

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#Documentary #Photography 

#Ireland #NorthernIreland #Britain #UK 

#Troubles

#History #Peace #Mindfulness #Art #Practice

#Home #Place 

#Content

#Narrative #Photographic

#Artist #Curated

#Dialogue

#Wavetraumacentre

#Campaignforrecognition

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The injured project –( @NeilHarrisonphotography – image, pictured within image 13.)

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#SECURITY | #SEPARATION | #PERCEPTION | #REALITY | #FEAR | #TRUST | #BELIEF

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Kevin Doherty

Belfast

2020.

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#Trust

Hello there; this is #Trust

By @kevindoherty1981

This is part of my #takeover @belfastphotofactory on #Instagram

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On exhibit is work from the Photographic Project: ‘The Peace-Time Work’

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#Trust

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Image 11: Titanic Slipways (ship-building)

Image 12: H&W (Cranes)

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“On exhibit for seven days will be a body of work curated from (https://beyond-dialogue-and-silence.format.com/)*, responding to some of the places associated with the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’, which officially began 50 years ago last year. 

Composed of fourteen ‘scenes’ and divided into a series of seven; they derive from a wider body of image-making activity into key events in our collective History (www.kevindohertyart.com)*, within-which the Artist is essentially empathetic.

Exhibited in pairs, these images should help inform a wider narrative about Peace, not only expressing the individual Artists’ viewpoint, but by helping create a dialogue between the images and the viewer’s themselves.”

#Documentary #Photography 

#Ireland #NorthernIreland #Britain #Belfast #UK 

#Troubles

#History #Peace #Mindfulness #Art #Practice

#Home #Place 

#Content

#Narrative #Photographic

#Artist #Curated

#Dialogue

#SECURITY | #SEPARATION | #PERCEPTION | #REALITY | #FEAR | #TRUST | #BELIEF

*Kevin Doherty

Belfast

2020

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#Fear

Hello there, this is #Fear

By @kevindoherty1981

This is part of my #takeover @belfastphotofactory on #Instagram

On exhibit is work from the Photographic Project: ‘The Peace-Time Work’

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#FEAR

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Image 9: Omagh Bomb (Memorial), Omagh town

Image 10: Peace Wall (open gates, between Belfast’s Fall’s and Shankill Road’s)

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“On exhibit for seven days will be a body of work curated from (https://beyond-dialogue-and-silence.format.com/)*, responding to some of the places associated with the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’, which officially began 50 years ago last year. 

Composed of fourteen ‘scenes’ and divided into a series of seven; they derive from a wider body of image-making activity into key events in our collective History (www.kevindohertyart.com)*, within-which the Artist is essentially empathetic.

Exhibited in pairs, these images should help inform a wider narrative about Peace, not only expressing the individual Artists’ viewpoint, but by helping create a dialogue between the images and the viewer’s themselves.”

#Documentary #Photography 

#Ireland #NorthernIreland #Britain #Belfast #UK 

#Troubles

#History #Peace #Mindfulness #Art #Practice

#Home #Place 

#Content

#Narrative #Photographic #Story

#Artist #Curated

#Dialogue

#SECURITY | #SEPARATION | #PERCEPTION | #REALITY | #FEAR | #TRUST | #BELIEF

Kevin Doherty

Belfast

2020

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#Reality

Hello again!

This is @kevindoherty1981

For now I am taking over @belfastphotofactory #Instagram

On exhibit is work from the Photographic Project: ‘The Peace-Time Work’

#REALITY

Image 7: Families & Lives.

Image 8: Through the fog, near Newcastle

“On exhibit for seven days will be a body of work curated from (https://beyond-dialogue-and-silence.format.com/)*, responding to some of the places associated with the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’, which officially began 50 years ago last year. 

Composed of fourteen ‘scenes’ and divided into a series of seven; they derive from a wider body of image-making activity into key events in our collective History (www.kevindohertyart.com)*, within-which the Artist is essentially empathetic.

Exhibited in pairs, these images should help inform a wider narrative about Peace, not only expressing the individual Artists’ viewpoint, but by helping create a dialogue between the images and the viewer’s themselves.”

#Documentary #Photography 

#Ireland #NorthernIreland #Britain #Belfast #UK 

#Troubles

#History #Peace #Mindfulness #Art #Practice

#Home #Place 

#Context #Work

#Narrative #Photographic #Story

#Artist #Curated

#Dialogue

#SECURITY | #SEPARATION | #PERCEPTION | #REALITY | #FEAR | #TRUST | #BELIEF

Kevin Doherty

Belfast 2020

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#Perception

On exhibit is work from the Photographic Project: ‘The Peace-Time Work’

#Perception: Images 5 + 6

Image 5: Stormont (Parliament Buildings)

Image 6: Sight-seeing Bus Scene (Belfast)

“On exhibit for seven days will be a body of work curated from (https://beyond-dialogue-and-silence.format.com/)*, responding to some of the places associated with the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’, which officially began 50 years ago last year. 

Composed of fourteen ‘scenes’ and divided into a series of seven; they derive from a wider body of image-making activity into key events in our collective History (www.kevindohertyart.com)*, within-which the Artist is essentially empathetic.

Exhibited in pairs, these images should help inform a wider narrative about Peace, not only expressing the individual Artists’ viewpoint, but by helping create a dialogue between the images and the viewer’s themselves.”

#Documentary #Photography 

#Ireland #NorthernIreland #Britain #Belfast #UK 

#Troubles

#History #Peace #Mindfulness #Art #Practice

#Home #Place 

#Context #Work

#Narrative #Photographic #Story

#Artist #Curated

#Dialogue

#SECURITY | #SEPARATION | #PERCEPTION | #REALITY | #FEAR | #TRUST | #BELIEF

Kevin Doherty

Belfast

2020

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#Separation

Hello everyone!

This is @kevindoherty1981

I will be taking over @belfastphotofactory IG from

16th.April.2020 – 22nd.April.2020.

On exhibit is work from the Photographic Project: ‘The Peace-Time Work’

#Separation: Images 3 + 4

Image 3: Shankill Road, Belfast – Scene

Image 4: Belleek, ‘Donegal Corridor’ (Irish Border)

“On exhibit for seven days will be a body of work curated from (https://beyond-dialogue-and-silence.format.com/)*, responding to some of the places associated with the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’, which officially began 50 years ago last year. 

Composed of fourteen ‘scenes’ and divided into a series of seven; they derive from a wider body of image-making activity into key events in our collective History (www.kevindohertyart.com)*, within-which the Artist is essentially empathetic.

Exhibited in pairs, these images should help inform a wider narrative about Peace, not only expressing the individual Artists’ viewpoint, but by helping create a dialogue between the images and the viewer’s themselves.”

#Documentary #Photography 

#Ireland #NorthernIreland #Britain #Belfast #UK 

#Troubles

#History #Peace #Mindfulness #Art #Practice

#Home #Place 

#Context #Work

#Narrative #Photographic #Story

#Artist #Curated

#Dialogue

#ISRAEL | #PALESTINE | #SHANKILL | #FALLS | #NICOSIA | #BAGHDAD | #BERLIN

#SECURITY | #SEPARATION | #PERCEPTION | #REALITY | #FEAR | #TRUST | #BELIEF

Kevin Doherty

Belfast

2020

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#Security

Hello everyone!

This is @kevindoherty1981

I will be taking over @belfastphotofactory IG from

16th.April.2020 – 22nd.April.2020.

On exhibit is work from the Photographic Project: ‘The Peace-Time Work’

#Security: Images 1 & 2

Image 1: Cathedral Road, Armagh (14th August 1969)

Image 2: Army Boots (Carrickfergus)

“On exhibit for seven days will be a body of work curated from (https://beyond-dialogue-and-silence.format.com/)*, responding to some of the places associated with the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’, which officially began 50 years ago last year. 

Composed of fourteen ‘scenes’ and divided into a series of seven; they derive from a wider body of image-making activity into key events in our collective History (www.kevindohertyart.com)*, within-which the Artist is essentially empathetic.

Exhibited in pairs, these images should help inform a wider narrative about Peace, not only expressing the individual Artists’ viewpoint, but by helping create a dialogue between the images and the viewer’s themselves.”

#Documentary #Photography 

#Ireland #NorthernIreland #Britain #Belfast #UK 

#Troubles

#History #Peace #Mindfulness #Art #Practice

#Home #Place 

#Context #Work

#Narrative #Photographic #Story

#Artist #Curated

#Dialogue

#ISRAEL | #PALESTINE | #SHANKILL | #FALLS | #NICOSIA | #BAGHDAD | #BERLIN

#SECURITY | #SEPARATION | #PERCEPTION | #REALITY | #FEAR | #TRUST | #BELIEF

Kevin Doherty

Belfast

2020

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@BelfastPhotoFactory – Instagram Takeover, inspiration: ‘The Peace-Time Work’.

SECURITY | SEPARATION | PERCEPTION | REALITY | FEAR | TRUST | BELIEF
Peace Wall Art, Belfast UK.

ISRAEL | PALESTINE | SHANKILL | FALLS | NICOSIA | BAGHDAD | BERLIN

SECURITY | SEPARATION | PERCEPTION | REALITY | FEAR | TRUST | BELIEF

Coming soon: Belfast Photo Factory, Instagram Takeover.For one week starting tomorrow night, 9pm.

A concise imagery study, for all those interested in Photography!

Head over to Instagram and follow @Belfastphotofactory!

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Beyond Dialogue & Silence, towards a limitless future.

‘The Peace-Time Work’

My work has never been Political, but rather, at best i have used activism in a visual photographically sensitive way. A way to create dialogue and openness through the medium of photography. ‘Beyond Dialogue and Silence; towards a limitless future’ is my latest project.