Links

There are many interesting things associated with this project, too many to include on the main site. Here are some useful links which will point you in the direction of the various aspects of PEACE CAMP.

Creative Team and Partners

Fiona Shaw: IMDB Profile

Arts Council EnglandThe national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from the Government and the National Lottery.

Artichoke Trust: Producers of Peace Camp: Artichoke's aim is to work with artists to create extraordinary, large-scale events that appeal to the widest possible audience.

London 2012 Festival: Leading artists from all over the world come together in the UK's biggest ever nationwide festival leaving a lasting legacy for the arts in the UK.

National Trust: National Trust manages 25,000 hectares of land of outstanding natural beauty and over 700 miles of UK coastline. National Trust cares for 300 historic houses and gardens.

Arts Council Wales: Organisation responsible for funding and developing the arts in Wales.

Creative Scotland: Creative Scotland invests in the arts, screen and creative industries for the benefit of the people.

Derry-Londonderry City of Culture 2013: Derry-Londonderry has been designated as the inaugural UK City of Culture for 2013 which will see a celebration of its culture to local and international audiences through the delivery of a high profile cultural programme.

Poetry Online

Poetry Archive: The Poetry Archive exists to help make poetry accessible, relevant and enjoyable to a wide audience.

Poetry Foundation: An independent literary organization committed to a vigorous presence for poetry in our culture.

Southbank Centre's Global Poetry System (GPS): a user generated world map of poetry.

Winning Words: Winning Words is a project to enhance people's lives through poetry.

Southbank Centre's Poetry Libary: The most comprehensive and accessible collection of poetry from 1912 in Britain.

Poetry Near You

Apples and Snakes: Apples and Snakes is England's leading organisation for performance poetry and spoken word.

Photography

We are delighted to be showcasing some truly incredible images of our locations from professional and amateur photographers. Please take some time to browse their galleries and collections online.

1. Cuckmere Haven/Birling Gap, Photograph by Alan Mackenzie
Website: alanmackenziephotography.com
Flickr: Alan-Mackenzie's Photostream

2. Godrevy Head, Photograph by Paul Davoren
Website: Paul Davoren on Panoramio
Flickr: Dr Davers' Photostream

Godrevy Lighthouse, Photograph by Helen Dixon
Website: helendixonphotography.com

3. Cemaes Bay, Photograph by Julie Chapman
Website: pensansphotography.wordpress.com
Flickr: Pensans' Photostream

4. White Park Bay, Photograph by Stephen Emerson
Website: captivelandscapes.com
Trek Earth: Signal-Womb on Trek Earth

5. Mussenden Temple, Photograph by Richard Crowe
Website: richardcrowe.co.uk
Flickr: richardcrowe's Photostream

6. Valtos, Isle of Lewis, Photograph by Olivier Bourgancier
Flickr: bilbo_en_ballade's Photostream

7. Pennan, Aberdeenshire, Photograph by Jim Richardson
Website: jimrichardsonphotography.com
Flickr: J C Richardson's Photostream

8. Dunstanburgh Castle, Photograph by Anthony Armstrong-Sly
Flickr: midlander1231's Photostream


Regional Arts/Poetry Venues

Ucheldre Community Arts Centre, Anglesey, Wales

Pontio Arts Centre, Bangor, Wales

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, Wales

Verbal Arts Centre, Northern Ireland

Galeri, Caernarfon, Wales