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Until Sun 6th Jan

Efford: The Capital Of Culture For Plymouth

@ Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth

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Efford: The Capital Of Culture For Plymouth

Take A Part has been working with great artists and great communities across Plymouth since 2006. At the heart of the process has always been Efford. Through dedication, engagement, ownership and sheer tenacity the Efford community has committed to a long term arts process and as such has rightly dubbed themselves as Efford: The Capital Of Culture for Plymouth.

Born in Efford as part of the regeneration process this art in the public realm project has worked to engage people in their localities around issues of place and heritage as well as notions of entitlement, change, environment and ambition. Recently, Take A Part has expanded its work across the city: sharing the Efford knowledge and process to provoke, question and push forward regeneration processes while placing art at the heart of the dialogue. Plymouth Arts Centre has worked in partnership with Take A Part since its inception and this exhibition is a celebration and an analysis of that relationship, the achievements of the project to date and engaged practice in the city.

The exhibition will be active: silent auctions, workshops, placards, walks, talks, public meetings, documentation and evaluation will all form part of the process asking you, the visitor, to be a participant in Take A Part. They want to highlight Take A Part as a process that encourages involvement and critical engagement.

A cornerstone of the exhibition is the Manifesto calling for better public art in the city. This Manifesto, created by people from the communities engaged in the project and artist Sophie Hope, will form the basis for wider debate about more and better socially engaged practice and better socio-economic conditions for communities in the city.

Artists: Hana Backland, Belle Benfield, Ruth Ben-Tovim, Anne Marie Culhane, Sophie Hope, Rufus Maurice, Low Profile, Peter Randall-Page, Neil Rose, Mark Vernon, Gem Ward, Tess Wilmot, WochenKlausur and Crazy Glue.

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Venue Facts

Venue: Plymouth Arts Centre


Address:
38 Looe Road
Plymouth
PL4 0EB 50.369270, -4.137001


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Website: plymouthartscentre.org

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Phone: 01752 206114


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