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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)PPP
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Creator NamePeople's Palace Projects
DescriptionSelected documentation, including reports, photographs, film (DVD and VHS), books and ephemera, from various projects. Including the Staging Human Rights and Changing the Scene projects, amongst others. Mainly English, some Portuguese.
Admin HistoryCreated by People's Palace Projects (PPP). The founder and artistic director of PPP is Paul Heritage, Professor of Drama and Performance. People’s Palace Projects (PPP) is an independent arts charity, founded in 1996, that advances the practice and understanding of art for social justice. It is a regularly funded organisation (RFO) of Arts Council England and is based at Queen Mary, University of London.

Interested in exploring the ways in which the arts can respond to urgent social crises, Paul Heritage's vision for People’s Palace Projects was supported by Queen Mary University of London and the organisation was incorporated as a charity in 1998. People’s Palace Projects has had an international focus from its inception, with our first project journeying to Burkina Faso, West Africa. This initial project marked the beginning of the process that still forms the basis of PPP’s work, both in the UK and beyond. The People’s Palace Projects has spent the last fifteen years creating and debating art that makes a difference to people’s lives. From London to Brazil, Liverpool to Azerbaijan, creative projects and cultural exchange programmes have sought out contexts where art matters most and worked with those for whom art makes a difference in their lives.
ArrangementGrouped together by project
Copyright StatementNo material may be published without the prior permission of both the copyright holder and the Library. All applications for publication
must be made to the College Archivist in the first instance, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user.
Access StatusOpen