by Helen Tope
“Art is the battle-cry of the outsider and the underdog. It moves across borders, between generations and over time. To create is one of our oldest impulses, and it’s survived war, famine and disease. It’s a remarkably resilient phenomenon, but a modern challenge has emerged.”
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This text was published by Made in Plymouth as part of the AWG Plymouth Residency. AWG Writers in Residence Lizzie Lloyd & Tom Jeffreys worked with a team of writers in Plymouth to develop new responses to the local art scene.