Photo Exhibition by Fred Vincent
Friday 22nd - Sunday 24th May 2015
309 Cavehill Road, Belfast
This weekend Fred has his first photo-journalism exhibition, kindly hosted by 309. The photographs document what started as a personal project to collate the experience of ministries across North Belfast, still in many ways a fractured part of the city.
Over the course of recorded interviews what began in curiosity grew as frank answers to incisive questions revealed a fascinating overview of how personal journeys translate into faith work in the community.
On show this weekend are the photographs with an edited version of the interviews. This will only give the audience a tantalising glimpse of the profoundly moving material which will soon be available on-line, where images and words can give the fuller picture.
For the exhibition faredos supplied some food for their thought: traditional Irish shortbread made to Ingrid's mother's recipe and handed down from greedy hand to hand, along with my much in demand Moroccan Orange cake. I'm always delighted that this has become evryone's go-to dessert, but I've said it before and I'll say it again. Do not have this at my wake- in my eternity, I'll finally be Moroccan Orange Cake free...