Follow the links below to explore our projects in more detail and view some of the digital stories, photographs and films that we have gathered and produced.
‘Tattoo Tales’ will record and share the stories behind peoples tattoos through digital storytelling and photography.
Run in partnership with the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, as part of the Collections Stories project with National Maritime Museum, the project is working with a wide range of groups to document their tattoo stories. These will feed into a major exhibition ‘Tattoo- British Tattoo Art Revealed’ exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall from 17 March 2017 – 7 January 2018.
October 2016- 2017
‘Merchant Schooner Memories’ is a community project seeking to uncover local memories of merchant topsail schooners from Cornwall and beyond. Working in partnership with the Rhoda Mary Project, the project will involve the creation of a series of digital stories and primary school workshop.
July 2015- June 2016
‘Linking Lifetimes’ is working in Praze-an-Beeble, holding a series of events and workshops that will bring generations together to share, connect and learn through the common language of story.
April 2015- December 2016
An exciting project unearthing the stories, traditions and histories connected with heritage landmarks throughout Cornwall. Through a series of events, workshops, recordings and study sessions for people of all ages, this project explores, documents and celebrates local landmarks and their place within the community.
October 2012- December 2013
‘Tallys an Tir’ worked with communities and primary schools throughout Cornwall to explore and rediscover Cornwall’s rural past through story.
Working with children from 5 primary schools around Manaccan, this project used the artist Julia Giles’s installation ‘The Keskerdh an Kammva-dro’, as a starting point to explore the changing seasons and the importance of these to our relationship with the land. It concluded with a celebratory procession at Kestle Barton.
A selection of smaller pieces of work that the Storylines Team has conducted over the past year.