Creative Peninsula Summit
A two-day event exploring collaborative approaches to ‘place-making’ and culture-led regeneration in Devon and Cornwall
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Creative Peninsula is an AHRC-funded ‘knowledge exchange’ project, led by the University of Exeter, exploring collaborative approaches to place-making and culture-led regeneration in Devon and Cornwall. The project focuses on increasing access and exchange between urban and rural communities, celebrating the region’s distinctive landscape and Atlantic coastline, whilst exploring its complex histories, through socially engaged arts programming.
Creative Peninsula aims to establish a network of partners across Devon and Cornwall and to co-create a platform with local communities for re-telling the ‘stories of place’, working to overcome barriers to social inclusion, wellbeing and environmental sustainability.
Examining the cultural identity of the South West and its relationship to the outdoors
Atlantica / Black Atlantic
Reimagining the South West's relationship with the Atlantic and its histories
The South West is an area rich in LGBTQ+ history and culture.
Independent Projects / Artist-Led Initiatives
Parliament of Waters
Working to 'give a voice to water'