Cross cultural and cross-community workshops featuring children from the Protestant/Unionist tradition in County Derry and children from the Catholic tradition from Buncrana and locale. The workshops will feature multiple elements of visual art and costume-design, delving into elements of cross-community history, and are facilitated by Sara Greavu, Artlink Fort Dunree Artist in Residence Winter 2012. Sara Greavu, an artist from the USA in Ireland since the 1980s, has a wealth of experience creating work around issues of race, gender and idenity both in Ireland and overseas. These Artlink workshops at Fort Dunree use images of the historic site taken by particpants and references to costume design to generate debate and learning about elements of cross-community Irish history and traditions in an imaginative manner. The workshops are made possible with the assistance of South Inishowen Schools Completion Programme, Crana College, North West Inistitute of Further and Higher Education - Limavady Campus, and is part of One Donegal Cultural Diversity Month. This project is supported by the European Union's European Regional Development Fund, through the EU Programme for Peace and Reconciliation managed for the Special EU Programmes Body by Donegal County Council. This project is being delivered as part of the One Donegal Cultural Diversity Month – Embracing and Celebrating Diversity.