Re:voice - Ežā pǟl | Livonian Sketches

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The Re:voice project officially finished in August 2023, but since then we have been busily pulling together all our findings, which  will be published by Routledge next year in their Critical Heritages of Europe series. Our volume – written by the project team and additional collaborators – will be entitled Revoicing Intangible Cultural Heritage: Perspectives from the Margins of Europe. Watch this space!

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We’re excited to share the Re:voice project’s Chartour An Govskrifva Klewwelyek Kernow | Cornish Audiovisual Archive Charter. The Charter was developed on the basis of our research in collaboration with partners in Cornwall: it aims to support a cohesive, collective approach to audio-visual archives.

All individuals and organisations who hold, collect, create with and care for Cornish audio-visual (AV) archives are encouraged to join others in signing up to the principles in the Charter, to make the treasure that is Cornwall’s audio-visual archive secure for the future and accessible to all.

The Re:voice show directed by Agnieszka Blonska – performed at Tate St Ives as part of the Re:voice project – has been shortlisted for Collaboration in the Cornwall Museums Partnership (CMP) Cornwall Heritage Awards 2024.

The collaboration led by Falmouth University was with Tate St Ives, imPOSSIBLE Producing Ltd, and the Tuesday Night Fun Club, a community choir from Penzance.

The show was co-created with the choir, building on workshops around the project’s research questions to explore living heritage in relation to themes of home, belonging, and community.

The performance took place at Tate St Ives in April this year on the final weekend of its Barbara Hepworth exhibition and was shown alongside other outputs from the project including A Serpent’s Dance, a sound piece by Lucy Frears; and Pass It On, a film by Florence Browne about Cornish, Frisian, and Livonian intangible heritage.

The CMP Cornwall Heritage Award winners will be announced in February 2024.