Posts Tagged ‘Farming & Tradition’

‘Turning Seasons’ film

Posted on: 27th November 2014 No Comments

It’s always lovely when you manage to capture moments from workshops on film and something we always try and put together into a short film. So, after a series of workshops in 5 schools on the Lizard, followed by a day of creativity and celebration at Kestle Barton, here it is…

Cows cows cows!

Posted on: 22nd October 2012 No Comments

The last few weeks we have been enjoying visiting local Cornish farmers to carry out further interviews and collect photographs and footage to help us make a series of digital stories for our forthcoming schools work. Digital stories are essentially short films (typically under 3 minutes) that feature the voice of storyteller (in our case […]

We hope to see you this saturday…

Posted on: 18th October 2012 No Comments

Return to Kestle film

Posted on: 10th October 2012 No Comments

http://vimeo.com/13643055

A wonderful film of Boaden Lyne, a retired farmer who was born and raised on a remote West Cornish farmstead, returning to the newly restored farmhouse complex, and recalling his childhood memories of growing up in a place as wild and unchanged as Kestle Barton.

We hope to capture similar lovely stories of the area in our collaboration with Kestle Barton.

A Film by Shaven Ape for Kestle Barton.

Remembering ‘Family, Farming & Tradition’ the exhibitions

Posted on: 1st October 2012 No Comments

In 2010 we had 5 great exhibitions around Cornwall at the Royal Cornwall Museum, the Eden Project, the Exchange, Penlee House Gallery and Museum and Lesnewth Church. Thanks for everyone who came along. Here are some photographs of some of these…

Remembering ‘Family, Farming & Tradition’

Posted on: 1st October 2012 No Comments

A great year with lots of memories. Here are just a few highlights from the project… Really interesting to find out field names, often passed down through generations, they tell stories of past land usage. Here we had a large aerial photograph printed and invited farmers to come an name their fields- each number corresponds […]

Leading on from ‘Family, Farming and Tradition’

Posted on: 28th September 2012 No Comments

‘Family, Farming and Tradition’ took place over 2010 and was led by the Cornish Audio Visual Archive (CAVA) and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. It as a fantastic year with lots of brilliant stories and contributions from the Cornish farming community. Once again thank you to everyone who got involved. A reminder to anyone […]

Funding Success

Posted on: 27th September 2012 2 Comments

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