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Disconnected Together is a short illustrated film based on oral history interviews with people from Devon & Cornwall about rural living and the sustainable energy transition.

9+ hours of material has been whittled down into a beautiful 5 minute film.

Disconnected Together is a short illustrated film based on oral history interviews with people from Devon & Cornwall about rural living and the sustainable energy transition.

9+ hours of material has been whittled down into a beautiful 5 minute film.

The Cultivate Sessions 
(The Fallout R&D)

Free creative activities for Wonford Community Centre inspired by The Fallout by Hattie Collins

Session One

Street Art workshops & mural design 
 
Local artists Josh Elvey and Steve McCracken will run street art workshops around the theme of seeds (a central theme of The Fallout) for Wynstream Primary School at Wonford Community Centre. The artwork created at these workshops will be used as inspiration towards a large-scale community mural for Wonford Community Centre.

Session Two 

The Big Reveal 
10th August 3.30 - 6pm

Wonford Community Centre
 
Drop in anytime between 3.30pm -6pm on August 10th for a FREE family friendly afternoon to celebrate the new community mural inspired by Wynstream Primary School pupils. You can also enjoy the reveal of the brand new Wonford Seed Library, with seed collecting workshops by Exeter Seed Bank, face/body painting and a bouncy castle!

In the evening there will be an R&D performance of The Fallout by Hattie Collins. The play has been through a rewriting process inspired by interviews with researchers in environmental science from the University of Exeter.

Book your free ticket to see The Fallout here.

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This project is funded with the support of the Creative Arc Programme, an initiative funded by the University of Exeter, Exeter City Council and the UK government through the Shared Prosperity Fund.

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