PORTHLEVEN MUSEUM

Products

DVD - Memory Stick -

We are currently working with a team  on the first production of a documentary of Porthleven’s history on DVD. If successful funding is achieved a copy will be made available for every home in Porthleven

Places where you can view the museums archives

Simon   Stone   from   The   Blue   Anchor   Helston   also   owns   Out   of   the   Blue and   Caravan   and   Camping   Porthleven.      Simon   kindly   sponsored   and hosts    our    museum’s    display    in    Out    of    the    Blue    and    it    acts    as    our window on the world. There    are    hundreds    of    images    depicting    all    aspects    of    village    life throughout   the   ages.   If   you   are   in   the   area,   just   drop   in   during   opening hours,   and   have   a   good   browse.   See   how   Porthleven   used   to   be   and then take a walk and see how it is today.

What does the future hold

We   have   a   number   of   people   who   have   agreed   to   become   Trustees   as we    progress.    Once    we    have    our    constitution    in    place,    we    can    then apply for funding. This will take a while but we will persevere. We    are    currently    working    with    Matthew    Charlton,    archaeologists Artifact-it    Ltd ,    based    in    the    South    West.    They    help    raise    funds    for museums   and   projects   free   of   charge.   They   have   a   proven   track   record with    over    15    years    experience    working    with    heritage    groups    and museums   .   They   work   alongside   film   makers,   artists,   and   designers. The   only   remit   is   they   undertake   the   work   when   they   are   successful with the fund raising.

Documentaries and archive film

Artefact-it     Ltd          create     professional     documentaries     with     archive footage,     archive     material     and     photographs     interpreting     historic events,   archaeological   site   and   particular   periods   in   history.      One   of their    productions    won    a    Remi    award    at    the    Houston    Film    Festival, telling the stories of local men from a Wiltshire town during WW1. Other   skills   include   3D   animations   of   heritage   sites   that   are   no   longer visible, interactive displays and virtual galleries and animations. We   are   searching   for   suitable   locations   to   host   the   museum’s   displays to   ensure   the   archives   are   protected   and   available   to   the   community for ever.
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Products

DVD - Memory Stick -

We are currently working with a team  on the first production of a documentary of Porthleven’s history on DVD. If successful funding is achieved a copy will be made available for every home in Porthleven

Places where you can view the

museums archives

Simon   Stone   from   The   Blue   Anchor   Helston   also owns   Out   of   the   Blue   and   Caravan   and   Camping Porthleven.      Simon   kindly   sponsored   and   hosts our   museum’s   display   in   Out   of   the   Blue   and   it acts as our window on the world. There     are     hundreds     of     images     depicting     all aspects   of   village   life   throughout   the   ages.   If   you are    in    the    area,    just    drop    in    during    opening hours,     and     have     a     good     browse.     See     how Porthleven   used   to   be   and   then   take   a   walk   and see how it is today.

What does the future hold

We   have   a   number   of   people   who   have   agreed   to become   Trustees   as   we   progress.   Once   we   have our   constitution   in   place,   we   can   then   apply   for funding.    This    will    take    a    while    but    we    will persevere. We      are      currently      working      with      Matthew Charlton,   archaeologists   Artifact-it   Ltd ,   based   in the     South     West.     They     help     raise     funds     for museums   and   projects   free   of   charge.   They   have a     proven     track     record     with     over     15     years experience    working    with    heritage    groups    and museums    .    They    work    alongside    film    makers, artists,    and    designers.    The    only    remit    is    they undertake    the    work    when    they    are    successful with the fund raising.

Documentaries and archive film

Artefact-it          Ltd                    create          professional documentaries     with     archive     footage,     archive material    and    photographs    interpreting    historic events,      archaeological      site      and      particular periods   in   history.      One   of   their   productions   won a    Remi    award    at    the    Houston    Film    Festival, telling   the   stories   of   local   men   from   a   Wiltshire town during WW1. Other    skills    include    3D    animations    of    heritage sites     that     are     no     longer     visible,     interactive displays and virtual galleries and animations. We   are   searching   for   suitable   locations   to   host the    museum’s    displays    to    ensure    the    archives are   protected   and   available   to   the   community for ever.