Meanwhile Use, part of the delivery programme for the Interreg Europe-funded C-Care Project and Historic England’s High Street Heritage Action Zone programme, looks to revive Plymouth City Centre.
The programme looks to stimulate activity in the short-term leading to long-term change, and create a sustainable model of business start up and growth.
The latest case study, we join Sam Machell, Masters student in Fine Art at University of Plymouth and alumni of Arts University Plymouth, as he talks us through the Cornwall Street project space and how integral it’s been for showcasing his work.
Take a sneak peak at his exhibition, named Dinner Machine, bringing to life images drawn in the margins of medieval manuscripts:
The Meanwhile Use programme is funded through Historic England (Heritage Action Zone Culture Programme), Interreg (C-Care), Plymouth City Council and City Centre Company.