Using The Arts to Interpret Heritage (13 October, 2016)

The UK has an amazing and diverse arts culture, from photography and painting to dance and theatre and all that goes between, which is celebrated globally across our nation and regionally, with artists that are world renowned to locally working practitioners. The arts cover such a range of activities and cultures that they offer an exciting way to explore and share heritage through projects, and with HLF funding, reach a wider range of audiences.

So we will be chatting about what a heritage arts project is and the ways of engaging people with heritage through the arts.

Please join me, Vicky Allott (Grants Officer in the South West), Tim Bland (Development Officer, South West), Rosie Gibson (HLF social media editor) and expert guests Louise Connell (Penlee House), Henrietta Boex (Falmouth Art Gallery), Alan Rogers (B-side), Rae Hoole (Daisi), and Mark Wallace (Beaford Arts), on Thursday 13 October from 12.30 -1.30pm for a chat - and answer your questions - about arts and heritage.


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