The River Tamar Project seeks to consider the history of the river as a source of inspiration and consider a new dialogue between art, history and social reflection.

First photo
During the It’s All About the River film festival the River Tamar Project produced a parallel programme of education projects aimed at encouraging young people to learn about creative film making and heritage of the River Tamar.
Exbury Egg - Artist: Stephen Turner; Image credit: Nigel Rigden
The Observatory: coming to the Tamar Valley in 2015/16
Fathom by Jane Grant and John Matthias
Fathom is a major soundwork by artist Jane Grant and composer John Matthias which immersed people in the live underwater experience of the Tamar Estuary
ghost-screenprint
Created by Adam Chodzko and gifted to local schools to commemorate Ghost's River Tamar journey.
Adam Chodzko's Ghost
Following Ghost’s journey along the River Tamar, the project became the focus of an exhibition and accompanying talk around the "The Urgency of Rivers and the Role of Contemporary Art"
Ghost, Adam Chodzco (2012)
From June to December 2012, people were able to experience the river from a new perspective as a passenger in Adam Chodzko's Ghost