Playing For Camborne opening


SPOTLIGHT ON LOCAL BRASS BAND, RUGBY AND MINING HISTORY AT NEW EXHIBITION AT HEARTLANDS A powerful new exhibition has opened at Heartlands, Pool, marking the centenary of the end of World War One.

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Close up of cornets


Here’s a link to the film that accompanies our exhibition PLAYING FOR CAMBORNE: MUSIC AND RUGBY IN WORLD WAR ONE AND NOW.  Click here to view. The exhibition is currently open at Heartlands, Pool, Cornwall. Very many thanks to Mark Newman and Sandy Easterbrook for taking this footage.

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CYB marching through Estaires

Playing For Camborne: top Youth Band visits the Western Front

Camborne Youth Band followed in the footsteps of Cornish miners who signed up in 1914 and travelled to France and Belgium in August 2018, taking a 100-year-old bugle back to the Western Front.  This was part of our Heritage Lottery funded project, Heart of Conflict, marking the centenary of World War One. On Saturday 25 […]

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Pero Mandic

Crimson Harvest – war in the former Yugoslavia

Crimson Harvest was Bridging Arts’ first project. Staged for Refugee Week 2004 at St James’s Church, Piccadilly, London, it presented the work of the Bosnian artist Pero Mandić. Mandić was well-known before the Bosnian war but lost everything in the conflict when he fled to Novi Sad in northern Serbia. His paintings of peace and war […]

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  STITCH looks at the ways fabric, pattern needlework and embroidery shape people’s lives. Working with different groups, we were together able to break down social and cultural barriers and bring very different groups of people together – people who might otherwise never meet, in fact.  We worked with Muslim women in Wandsworth and the Royal School […]

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