WW1 woodland area for North West

Derry~Londonderry chosen among four UK sites for specially commissioned woodland area in memory of First World War

Football encourages remembrance of First World War

Iconic 'Christmas Truce' football match helps school children to remember the First World War

Lives of the First World War project goes live

Innovative digital memorial aims to chart the human stories from the First World War

First Creative Centenaries 3D animation goes live

3D animation provides overview of key events in the Decade of Centenaries

Changing landscapes of First World War

Photographs show how much iconic locations have changed since the First World War

Larne Gun Running of 1914

Thousands turn out to commemorate centenary of UVF gun running

Remembering Irish soldiers from The Great War

Remembering Irish involvement in the First World War has long been a difficult subject to address

Strabane photographer focus of PRONI exhibition

Strabane Library to celebrate work of photographer Herbert Cooper

Derry~Londonderry welcomes Creative Centenaries conference

City Factory Gallery celebrates launch of the Creative Centenaries platform

Lights Out to mark First World War centenary

UK arts organisation urge public to switch off lights in remembrance of the start of the First World War

Creative Centenaries celebrated at Belfast launch

Linen Hall Library hosts the first ever Creative Centenaries conference
Creative Centenaries

Welcome to Creative Centenaries

Welcome to the Creative Centenaries website! 100 years ago, a succession of events unfolded across a ten-year period that would redefine the island of Ireland and its people forever. Beginning

Creative Centenaries Conferences

A series of free events exploring the role of Northern Ireland’s creative sector in marking and commemorating the Decade of Centenaries will take place later this month in Belfast and

Remember the World As Well As the War

Why the global reach and enduring legacy of the First World War still matter today Research by the British Council in seven countries reveals a widespread lack of understanding of