heritage

Rich Soil Rich Heritage

  • Viva Arts and Community Group
    Client

Tricolor worked closely with the volunteers of the Viva Arts and Community Group to develop and deliver Rich Soil Rich Heritage, an NLHF funded community project that centred on the identification, curation and interpretation of migration-related heritage across East Cambridgeshire. Tricolor branded the whole project, designed and delivered a flexible travelling exhibition, website and film, all co-curated with local volunteers. We trained volunteers in oral history and archival research then directed the project over a two year period as they gathered the content. The Rich Soil Rich Heritage exhibition travelled around the region over a three month period, taking heritage out to non-traditional and hard to reach audiences.

  • Worked with client to develop project plan to meet Heritage Lottery Fund standards,
  • Mentored client through HLF application process
  • Community and stakeholder engagement
  • Named and developed branding for the project
  • Devised marketing plan
  • Developed blog-based project website
  • Staff and volunteer training
  • Ongoing historical advice for project
  • HLF-standard evaluation mentoring
  • Volunteer training
  • Funding mentoring
  • Project management

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