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The Artory app - Plymouth what's on culture app

What is Artory?


Artory has been produced by i-DAT and Plymouth Arts Centre with the Plymouth Culture Guide Group: Theatre Royal Plymouth, Barbican Theatre, Plymouth City Museum and Gallery, The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, Peninsula Arts Plymouth University, KARST, Ocean Studios, Take a Part, Plymouth Dance and Plymouth Culture.

The Artory app is designed and developed by Elixel with i-DAT. The branding is designed by Intercity. The evaluation framework and questions in Artory are designed by Dr Eric Jensen. based on the needs of the Artory partners. The app is funded by Plymouth Arts Centre, i-DAT with Plymouth University, Elixel, Destination Plymouth, Plymouth City Council and Plymouth Culture.

Arts and culture organisations interested in being involved in Artory can contact Artory via

The app can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play.

Making art lovers 'appy

Featured in Western Morning News
(Feb 01, 2015)

How we made Artory, the what’s on app for Plymouth's arts scene

Featured in the Guardian Online
(Feb 06, 2015)

Building Artory: a personalised culture guide

Featured in Software Sustainability Institute website
(May 05, 2015)

An app at the cultural heart of Plymouth

Featured in A-N
(Aug 13, 2015)

Artory, the what’s on app for culture in Plymouth

Featured in the Chamber Link
(April 2015)

Artory, Plymouth's arts and culture guide, available now!

Featured on the Theatre Royal Plymouth website
(Jan 30, 2015)

Artory - a culture app for Plymouth

Featured on the Plymouth Culture website
(Jan 14, 2015)

Cultural organisations celebrate launch of innovative phone app

Featured on the Real Ideas Organisation website
(Jan 30, 2015)

Two Plymouth firms vie for innovation awards

Featured in The Herald
(Oct 15, 2015)

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