The Austell Project has been showcased by a variety of publications nationwide, promoting the amazing initiatives that have been taking place in the St Austell Bay area.
St Austell Voice - Austell Green
St Austell Voice reports on the planting that has started on town's new vision for the future. The Austell Project has started work on the Garden Route that will welcome visitors into the local area, other initiatives involve a wildflower corridor and new roundabout projects that will promote pride in the local community and encourage more visitors into the St Austell Bay area.
Cornish Guardian - Interview with James Staughton
Cornish Guardian interview James Staughton, head of the SABEF committee about the year-round illuminations aiming to restore pride in community. As part of the Austell Project, the illuminations will help to boost community morale and bring visitor interest to the area.
Cornish Guardian - An interview with James Staughton
The Cornish Guardian interviews James Staughton, head of the SABEF committee to talk about St Austell's Whitegold project and how it is 'just the beginning of something better.' He highlights the artist commissions happening in the town centre and details about the Whitegold festival.
St Austell Voice - International Ceramics Prize
The artists shortlisted for a prestigious ceramic prize have forgone the money and reinvest the funds into projects for St Austell. The 5 winners will now work in collaboration with the Austell Project to create local initiatives and projects for the St Austell Bay area to encourage people to 'Make with clay'.
Cornwall Live - An interview with James Staughton
Cornwall Live interviews James Staughton about the new art pieces that are due to be installed in the town centre. St Austell could have its very own Time Square as world renowned ceramic artists create pieces to celebrate St Austell's history in china clay as part of the Austell project.
St Austell Voice - Biddicks Court
St Austell Voice reports on the Cornish Honeybee commission in Biddick's Court which is creating a buzz amongst the locals. The Honeybee is one of 14 new ceramic artworks that are due to be installed in the town centre. Each artwork is being made by a world renowned ceramic artist in order to celebrate St Austell and its history of china clay.
St Austell Voice - Spaceman
Cleo's spaceman lands in Old Vicarage Place as the fist Whitegold art commission is unveiled. Spaceman is one of 14 installations due to be unveiled in the town centre to promote pride in the local community and to establish St Austell as the home of china clay.
Cornish Guardian - Spaceman
The Cornish Guardian reports of Cleo Mussi's Space Man, an art commission that has just landed in the town centre. Mussi's work is set to the be the first in a trail of artworks throughout the town as part of a regeneration project by the Austell Project and Austell Ceramic.
St Austell Voice - Brickfield
Brick project lays the foundations for preserving local clay heritage reports St Austell Voice. Brickfield is an initiative of the Austell Project and Austell Ceramic which aims to restore pride in St Austell and its history in china clay. Brickfield is hosting brick making workshops at Blackpool pit with the products of the workshops being used for a local building project in the future.
BBC Online - Spaceman
BBC Online have written a spotlight article on Cleo Mussi's Spaceman, a mosaic featuring a space man who is also a seed scientist has appeared in St Austell. The work is part of the Austell Project's Ceramic initiative to install ceramic artwork in the town centre.
St Austell Voice - Wheal Martyn
Wheal Martyn highlights the beauty of china clay country this weekend. A new exhibition by the Austell Project featuring Quartz winner Neil Brownsword is due to be unveiled at Wheal Martyn. The exhibition celebrates china clay as a raw material and its history in the St Austell bay area.
Cornish Guardian - Wildflowers
The Cornish Guardian celebrates the wildflower verges along the A390. The Austell Project and Austell Green have just finished the planting of the wildflowers along the stretch of road into St Austell, to welcome visitors in the local area and to boost pride in the community.
St Austell Voice - Wildflower Corridor
Second phase of wildflower planting underway on the A391 for the Austell Project. The wildflower corridor has been commissioned as part of the Austell Green pillar of the Austell Project, aiming to promote pride in the local area and to welcome visitors to St Austell via a parade of floral colour.
Cornwall Live - Wildflower Corridor
Gorgeous to look at, easy to manage, beloved habitats to many species in search of a home and the perfect excuse to stop mowing the lawn: welcome to the wildflower garden. Cornwall Live reports on the new wildflower corridor that has been planted along the A310 to welcome visitors in the town. The wildflower corridor is an initiative of the Austell Project and Austell Green.
In Your Area News - Wildflower corridor
Work progresses on Cornwall's first wildflower corridor, reports In Your Area News. The wildflower corridor has been planted along the A391 so that visitors are welcomed into the town by a riot of colour. It's the first of its kind in Cornwall and will re-bloom each year to brighten the natural landscape. The wildflower corridor is an initiative of the Austell Project and Austell Green.