There are many ways of getting involved with NEST. By donating an object, signing up to become a singer or a performer or helping out in the various stages of collection and construction of NEST.
We'll be collecting objects all around the country until the end of May. Below is a list of our current donation centres. We are constantly adding to this list so if you don't see a collection centre near you just fill in the form and we'll inform you when we're near by or join us on Facebook or Twitter
If you are part of an organization or school and would like to organize your own collection day then please fill out the form below or get in contact with the Project Manager, Cathie McKimm: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
View our donation gudelines Here
We have a limited number of home collections possible so if for any reason you are unable to make any of our collection days but would like to donate an object please fill out the form below.
We are looking to recruit massed choirs of 500 singers to be part of the final performance of NEST. If your choir is interested in taking part please fill in the form below. You will need to be available for the final performance on Saturday 21st July 2012 as well as for rehearsals in the run up to these dates. We will get back in contact with you late May 2012 with rehearsal schedule and locations.
For more information about taking part in the NEST choir, please contact the Project Manager, Cathie McKimm: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
NEST is a project inspired, built and performed by the people of Northern Ireland and we'd love as many people from all around the country to get involved as is possible. So if you are interested in being part of NEST please fill out the form below and we'll get in contact with you.
NEST is an opportunity for the people of Northern Ireland to create art on a massive scale through the simple act of donating an object. The objects will be assembled into a gigantic installation in Belfast and become the focal point for a large-scale music and choral event inspired and performed by people of Northern Ireland.