Hidden Exeter is one of five Hidden Cities apps that are the result of a three year (2019-22) collaborative research project coordinated by Fabrizio Nevola (University of Exeter): “Public Renaissance: Urban Cultures of Public Space between Early Modern Europe and the Present”, funded by the Humanities in European Research Area (HERA) and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). Involving students at the University of Exeter and volunteers at St Nicholas’ Priory, Exeter and facilitated by researchers from the Hidden Cities research project, the initiative created a community-engaged, co-produced historical audio guide.

This film was made by Fresh Ground Films (freshgroundfilms.co.uk). It contains audio from the character Thomas Greenwood, researched and scripted by Kate Osborne, with supervising editor David Rosenthal. Many thanks to James Clark, Tom Cadbury and Judith Morgane for contributing to the film, and Sarah Spencer and Jess Vining for appearing in it. The Hooker-Hogenburg map of Exeter is published with the permission of The Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter City Council.

Read more and access the free apps at: www.hiddencities.eu

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