Sliabh Beagh Arts

At the Heart of Rural Creativity

    The overarching aim for Sliabh Beagh Arts is the development and implementation of a series of community Arts programmes which address the social, creative, economic, cultural, environmental and good relations needs within the area. We are dedicated to providing high quality arts activity, promoting the use of creativeness as a means of enriching the lives of the rural communities involved. Our programs aim to promote the importance of our physical and personal environment, looking to the rural for inspiration and exploring the culture in AgriCULTURE.

    All of our projects are innovative and we try to bring something special to the area every year.

Grafitti Bales

We took the mundane and brought some colour and brightness to the plain old stacks

Gate weaves


These gate weaves were created by several different communities who worked together during dark evenings

Painting With Light

Painting With Light

Working with several different artists the task of running through dark places at night became a creative pleasure

Mini Worlds

Mini Worlds

Seeing quality in the everyday local objects, local photographer Max Carnson brought this project to life

Storytelling Through Song

We have searched through our library of song to tell stories that are educational to hear.

Shadow puppetry 2013

Our First "Show" was a shadow puppetry event in the woods, with choirs and bands

Privacy Policy

Sliabhbeagh Arts is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This privacy notice outlines how we use and process the personal information that you provide to us, in compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Information we collect:
Any information you provide will be carefully protected and stored within a secure system. We will keep your information confidential, in accordance with the GDPR, except where disclosure is required and permitted by law.

We may collect and process the following information about you:

Information including your name, address, email address, telephone number, fax number, and similar contact or otherwise identifying details.

  • Information that you provide voluntarily on our website (
  • The necessary financial and banking information required to distribute grant monies and make general payments.
  • Information on your visits to our sites and the resources that you access.
  • Information collected as part of programme or project level evaluations to establish the public benefit gained.
  • A record of our contact with you through all mediums.
  • Information required as part of the staff recruitment process and the fulfilment of our duties as an employer.
  • Images, video and sound recordings. Sliabhbeagh may take photographs/video/sound recordings for use in printed and electronic media for promotional and evidencing purposes. Some images or recordings may be selected for permanent preservation and may be used for research, publication, education, displays and exhibitions. You will be informed of this privacy policy prior to any recording.

How we use your information

We will use your information to:

  • Provide you with information and services that you request from us or that we feel may be of interest to you, where you have given permission to be contacted in this regard.
  • Comply with our legal and regulatory obligations, such as fraud checks and S75 equality monitoring.
  • Process grant payments and discharge any associated financial obligations.
  • Provide appropriate online content and improve our websites.
  • Assist with Sliabhbeagh’s organisational planning, performance of business functions and comply with auditing responsibilities
  • Perform our duties as an employer.
  • Sliabhbeagh may share selected information with third parties as part of certain business operations. Sliabhbeagh will only share information with third parties confirmed to have appropriate data safeguards in line with the standards required by GDPR and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). 

The lawful basis forSliabhbeagh’s use of your information

We use the following lawful basis for processing your information:

  • Consent. Where you have provided explicit consent for Sliabhbeagh to process your information for the purpose expressed at the time of consent i.e. signing up to our email newsletter or consenting to appear in a video recording.
  • Contractual. Sliabhbeagh will process your information to meet our contractual obligations with you i.e. in the release of grant funds.
  • Legitimate interests. Sliabhbeagh will process your data where we have a legitimate interest to do so. Such as the performance of normal business functions and auditing.
  • Legal Obligation. Sliabhbeagh will process your data where we have a legal obligation to do so i.e. cooperating with law enforcement officials in a fraud investigation.

How we store your data

The data that we collect from you will be stored at our premises, the Sliabhbeagh offices, secure off-site document storage or on servers provided by third party organisations that have been vetted for compliance with GDPR and ICO guidelines. All electronic data is backed up on external devices stored within regions compliant with UK law regarding the protection and storage of data. All reasonable steps have been made to ensure the secure storage of your data. Our security practices are kept under regular review.

The retention and destruction of your data:

Sliabhbeagh will not retain your data for longer than required by the purpose for which it was collected, unless legally obliged to do so. How long we hold your information will vary depending on its purpose.

Once the purpose for holding your personal data has expired, it will be destroyed in accordance with our retention schedule.

The involvement of third party data processors

 Sliabhbeagh in the course of normal business operations may engage with third party organisations, some of these organisations may be involved in the collection, processing or storage of your data. The Sliabhbeagh Data Controller or Data Protection Officer will examine the involvement of any Third Party Data Processors for compliance with GDPR and will only share your data with them if we have a lawful basis to do so, it is necessary for the execution of the purpose for which the data was collected and we are satisfied with their data protection safeguards. Current third parties involved in the collection, processing or storage of personal data on a long term basis are: Danske Bank. NILGOSC. Buzzacott. Newszapp.

Cookies and analytics

We collect information about your visits to our sites. The data cannot be used to identify any individual. To help us gather this information we use cookies; small files stored on the hard drive of your computer. Cookies allow us to improve our site and deliver a better service.

A detailed list of the cookies we use can be found here  

If you do not wish to accept cookies you can activate the appropriate settings on your web browser, however, you may be unable to access some parts of our site as a result. We will keep your information confidential except where disclosure is required and permitted by law.

Your rights

Under GDPR as a data subject, you have the following rights:

  • You have the right to be Informed about the collection and use of your data
  • You have the right to access your personal data
  • You have the right to request rectification of inaccurate or incomplete data
  • You have the right to request erasure of your personal data
  • You have the right to restrict processing of your data
  • You have the right to demand data portability
  • You have the right to object to the processing of your data
  • You have the right to dispute automatic decision making in certain circumstances

Your rights, with regard to how we handle and process your information, are clearly defined in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). You may find more information about GDPR, our obligations and the rights provided to you by it on the ICO website.

This privacy notice only applies to Sliabhbeagh's collection and use of information. If you follow a link to any third party from our website please ensure you familiarize yourself with their privacy policy before sharing your personal information.

Changes to our privacy notice

We keep our privacy policy under review and any updates will be made available on this webpage. This privacy policy was last updated September 2020.

The Suitcase Orchestra

Like all our projects in past years project 2021 endeavours to pull separate parts of our communities together in the creation of art. One of our goals this year is to include dance in our project. We will be experimenting with the concept of Sound, Motion, Dance, Projection and Poetry.

We have scheduled classes with children in schools from the area . . . we have choirs preparing their voices to be heard. . . the technology of motion and sound is being prepared . . . the poetry of education motion through time and distance is being written.

  • Painted Bus Shelters
  • Poetry in Motion
  • Graffiti Bales
  • Shadow Dancing
  • Storytelling through song


About Sliabh Beagh

Sliabh Beagh Arts are an independent arts organisation based in the lakeland district. We are a community based group who educate, initiate and promote music, art, sculpture, dance and performance of all kinds.

Get in Touch!

Telephone: (028) 6775 1989
Corranny Studio, Corranny,
Roslea, Co Fermanagh.
Northern Ireland BT92 7BS



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