Eye-view (Torbay Great Place Scheme Cultural Programme)

The Eyeview cultural programme forms part of Torbay’s Great Place Scheme – a £1.6m pilot scheme supported by Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund. With this support, Torbay Culture is working to build the foundations and infrastructure for change that will shape a more confident Torbay, with a thriving cultural offer in Torbay that is high quality, valued, sustainable and embedded in all parts of life.

Eyeview will support artists and communities will animate and re-imagine Torbay’s culture and heritage through a series of site-specific commissions, participatory projects and community actions. Building from the ground up, a thread of new stories, conversations and projects will gather people together, animating key heritage assets and platforming new work in collaboration with local, regional and national partners. 

 

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c/o Torbay Culture, TDA, Tor Hill House
Torquay
Devon TQ2 5QW

01803 207948
[email protected]
www.eye-view.org.uk

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Eye-view (Torbay Great Place Scheme Cultural Programme)

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