Organisations

Karst gallery is a contemporary art gallery based in Stonehouse.  Take A Part are a supporter of their work and encourage people to go and see their work. Visit their site at-http://www.karst-projects.org/

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Take A Part have worked with Plymouth College of Art on the BBROOTS project supporting and mentoring fine art students on placement via a community project.  Take A Part has also appeared as a visiting lecturer for the college. Visit their site at- http://www.plymouthart.ac.uk/

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We have good links with Plymouth City Council and have most often worked with the arts and parks departments on various projects. Visit their site at- http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/artdevelopment

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Riverside School have engaged with Take A Part in audio work and on a art history project inspired by the street names of Barne Barton. As well as being a part of the BBROOTS project the school often engage with Take A Part on a range of projects within Barne Barton.  They supported in the creation of a film and have been a ‘go to’ partner in their community.

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The Big Lottery fund have kindly funded and supported a number of our projects and programmes with communities and the wider city. View their site at- http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/

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Devon and Cornwall Housing are a housing association within many of the communities we work in.  Occasionally they support and partner Take A Part on our projects. Visit their site at- http://www.dchgroup.com/  

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The National Trust are a UK conservation charity, protecting historic places and green spaces, and opening them up everywhere for everyone. Take A Part and National Trust worked together between 2015 and 2016 to deliver a heritage activity trail at Saltram Estate in Plympton, this exciting project will also form part of the national cycle trail network when completed.  Sculpting Saltram consisted of a three site sculpture project created in collaboration with communities and the National Trust.  

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The River Tamar Project worked with Take A Part in 2013 to co-commission a film as part of the BBROOTS project. ‘The Dividing line’ explored issues around Barne Barton’s connectivity to the River Tamar and was shown as a part of the ‘It’s All About The River’ international Film Festival. The River Tamar Project is concerned with exploring a future use of the River Tamar. The Project seeks to inspire a new engagement with this significant waterway, from the tidal reaches along the...

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