The CPR Resource Centre, comprising Richard Gough’s extensive personal, printed collection as well as an audio-visual archive of CPR projects spanning 30 years+ and a comprehensive DVD/video collection encompassing performance companies from around the world, has relocated to Falmouth, Cornwall. It is on loan to Falmouth University, where it is housed in the Academy of Music and Theatre Arts (AMATA) on the Penryn Campus.
The Resource Centre contains 8,000 monographs and journals specializing in contemporary visual and experimental performance; the traditional, ‘classical’ and folk culture of Asia, Africa and the Americas (especially India, China, Japan and Indonesia) as well as twentieth century theatre, dance, Live Art and performance (especially from Europe, the Americas and Australasia but also including Asia and Africa.
The Resource Centre is an open access reference library and is available for use by performance professionals and members of the public as well as university staff and students.
Information about its contents and opening times can be found here and in the leaflet below.
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Click here for more information about AMATA and the other public activities it hosts.
Academy of Music and Theatre Arts
Falmouth University, Penryn Campus,
Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9LX