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Tough Dough is a registered Community Interest Company. We are a group of two visual artists: Lizzie Black and Alessandra Ausenda. We were founded in 2005 at the Acorn Theatre in Penzance. Our first project called Tough Dough was an art installation made by artists, the community and schools in the Penzance area. The art installation was made of bread dough and flour and based on the theme of domestic life. Since then we have delivered exciting art projects in Cornwall making films and animations, developing creative food projects, launching art events in towns, organising exhibitions and comminity events. Through creative thinking, we work with community groups, schools, colleges and individuals throughout Cornwall. We often work in partnership with other organisations, schools and businesses to maximise participation in each of our projects.
What's going on in our community
Welcome to our online forum for people connected to our Great Place Scheme programme. As a UK-wide initiative we know how tricky it can be to get people in the same room so an online community is the perfect way to get folks connected, sharing and learning from each other. Whether you are... read more
OUR CRAFT CHANGES LIVES The Dry Stone Walling Association is offering the opportunity to train for a new career in the traditional craft of dry stone walling. With support from Heritage Lottery Fund Skills for the Future Programme , a National Training Bursary Project has been launched. Our new... read more
Yesterday we hosted a really intersting live chat on the topic of 'When is heritage?' . That is to say - how old does something have to be to be considered heritage? We invited some guests along to talk about their HLF-supported projects which deal with what might be considered 'contemporary'... read more
Stories, Stones and Bones was a dedicated programme created to help communities participate in Scotland's Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology with a focus on engaging new audiences. £850,000 was awarded to 98 projects across Scotland exploring all kinds of heritage. The programme aimed to get... read more