UNITED BY COVID
While we may be living in unusual, uncertain and unnerving times, we are trying to be unphased by the uncharted situation and are united with friends, colleagues, partner organisations and with you to bring some uncomprimising creative activity to our community.
Working with local artists and organisations this is our United by Covid programme of activity:
A SONG FOR US
A celebration of lives and communities through music.
A Song for Us celebrates our communities and the power of music to bring us together. As part of a national music project, Gwenno is creating a new song inspired by the people of Cornwall, and performed by a local ensemble.
Budding songsmiths are invited to upload their own songs or simply share a song that holds special meaning. Help us create a music map of the UK.
A Song for Us celebrates creativity in everyone; whether performing, composing, or listening. Produced by Sound UK and partners.
THE LOCKDOWN PATCHWORK
What does lockdown mean to you?
Try and think about this time of isolation and lockdown what represents this time for you in your situation?
Create a 15 x 15 square image or poem that can be stitched together to create a giant historical reference that will be displayed once 'normal' life has resumed.
THE KERNOW BEDROOM CHOIR
Singing songs have been a way of bringing communities together for generations so intoBodmin and Daniel Woodfield have teamed up to create a short series of tutorials to teach people the melody and harmonies of some of Cornwall’s most cherished folk songs.
You are invited to learn a part, in preparation of a live concert by the Kernow Bedroom Choir - one day.
ALL THE BEAUTIFUL THINGS
Would you like to see Bodmin through fresh eyes? To listen and feel more closely to the place you live in?
Explore new and surprising ways to share the things you discover with others?
Artist group Blind Ditch are inviting residents of all ages to contribute to an exciting new media project about all the beautiful things...oll an taklow teg… in Bodmin.
Join us on an exciting, creative journey that will unfold through Bodmin this summer!
THE BODMIN RIDING DRAWING CHALLENGE
Each week intoBodmin will release an interesting piece of Bodmin’s rich history dating back as early as the 6th century and what we would like you to do is draw it for us!
What do you think Bodmin looked like when it was mentioned in the Dooms Day book or during the Black Death of 1349 or The Cornish Rebellion of 1497 or when Bodmin Gaol was built…?
intoBodmin have teamed up with Ha-Hum-Ah Theatre and FEAST to a ten episode audio play that can be enjoyed in self-isolation.
All ten episodes in our anarchic musical adaptation of some of the most famous fairy-tales of all time are available to download on the website.