Posted by: archaccess | September 6, 2012

On Landguard Point Film

In the past year, Access Cambridge Archaeology ran six community test-pit excavation events in each of the East Anglian counties as part of the Cultural Olympiad. ‘Dig and Sow’ was part of a series of events taking place to celebrate community involvement in the arts in the lead up to the London 2012 Olympics.

In the Eastern region, the On Landguard Point Cultural Olympiad project explored how we construct our diverse notions of home, what home means to each of us, and what it means to host others in our home. A feature-length film of the project is going to show at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse this Sunday afternoon (9th September) at 4pm and includes a Q&A session with the Director, Robert Pacitti, at 5:30pm. Tickets are still available in advance on the Arts Picturehouse website here.

The film will feature the Suffolk Dig & Sow event, which took place in the People’s Community Garden at Maidenhall Allotments, in the south of Ipswich last September.

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