March 21 & 22, June 6 & 7, August 29 & 30, December 5 & 6 10am – 4pm Craft markets with local sellers selling handmade and homemade items.
19 SEP 2020 — 02 JAN 2021 NEWLYN ART GALLERY CELEBRATING CREATIVITY IN EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES At the height of the covid-19 pandemic we invited people of any age and at any location, to document their life during lockdown on postcards. We asked them to use any medium that would work on an A5 postcard to […]
19 SEP 2020 — 02 JAN 2021 NEWLYN ART GALLERY An Arts Council Collection National Partners Programme Exhibition. In the lower gallery, we present a series of artists’ films selected from the Arts Council Collection by young LGBTQIA+ people, through our ongoing partnership with the Intercom Trust. A taster of bigger things to come, the […]
19 SEP 2020 — 02 JAN 2021 THE PICTURE ROOM, NEWLYN ART GALLERY New paintings focussing on figures and recreational architecture, based on collages made from Clark’s own photographs of municipal buildings and seaside tourism. Found materials are sometimes stuck to the surface of the canvases, to ‘sabotage the image’ and play with the scale. […]
19 SEP 2020 — 02 JAN 2021 NEWLYN ART GALLERY FREE During the recent Covid-19 crisis many people connected through art, and used creative ways of staying together as a community. Signs Of The Times is an outdoor billboard exhibition presenting works by artists from around the UK who have made work with powerful messages […]
03 OCT 2020 — 02 JAN 2021 THE EXCHANGE FREE West Cornwall-based artist William Arnold will exhibit an ongoing body of work that documents – in razor-sharp detail – specimens of flora collected in neglected places, roadsides, industrial sites and business parks in an homage to the pioneers of Victorian botany. This exhibition was due […]
03 OCT 2020 — 02 JAN 2021 THE EXCHANGE An Arts Council Collection National Partners Programme Exhibition The Vanity of Small Differences is a series of six large-scale tapestries by the Turner-Prize winning artist Grayson Perry. Inspired by William Hogarth’s A Rake’s Progress the tapestries, each measuring 2m x 4m, chart the ‘class journey’ made […]