Paula Orrell - Its all about the River Film Festival, Talk & screening

Plymouth College of Art, Tavistock Place, Plymouth, Devon PL4 8AT

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www.plymouthart.ac.uk/gallery/about-the-gallery

Wednesday 11 February 2015
5.30-6.45pm

Working with the communities who live on its banks, the River Tamar Project’s mission is to explore a future human use for the River Tamar. Creating projects that consider this natural asset and help develop new thinking and innovative ideas for the river’s future, whilst understanding its past. Their approach is to commission work that explores the international reach and context of the river, and work with the most exciting arts practitioners and innovators to create a major cultural programme for the area.

Their most recent project, the It’s All About the River film festival saw the River Tamar become the subject, inspiration and venue for a month long programme of films and new commissioned works.

Join River Tamar Project’s Director, Paula Orrell, for an exclusive screening of some of their commissioned films and a discussion on the success of their recent festival and what the future holds for the project.

tamarproject.org.uk
The River Tamar Project is part of Peninsula Arts with Plymouth University

This event is part of the South West Showcase season of exhibitions and events at The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art.

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