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Maybe, a joint exhibition by Vicki Gillow and Jo Fleming. ‘Maybe, I’ll walk for a while? No idea where. Maybe here, maybe there.” “To reach a destination, sit, and truly look. My practice is defined by this ability to be in a space and the need to react with complete honesty to what I see.” Victoria GillowMore information
Join us to celebrate a week long exhibition by 69 local, national and international students from the BA (Hons) Photography course at Falmouth University. Every year the 2nd Year Photography students hold an end of year exhibition, showcasing the culmination of their year-long endeavours. This year’s students not only seek to redefine the use, function and role of photography in the 21st century, but to also define and determine their own futures within today’s Brexit discourse. Working in photography, video, installation and performance, Nova is a group exhibition highlighting a diverse range of approaches to each students practice, illustrating each individuals perspective of the world around us. The word Nova has its origins in the late 19th century: from Latin, feminine of novus ‘new’ (because such stars were thought to be newly formed). We therefore wish to shine a beacon of light on the achievements within our photographic practices thus far, and imagine what kind of creatives we might become in the future.More information
Molesworth and Bird bring their beautiful collection of seaweed art to Falmouth for the first time for a special ‘Seaweed Salon'. Featuring a selection of their original hand pressed British seaweed specimens gathered from the glorious Devon, Dorset and Cornish coastline. These stunning natural artworks are stylishly framed and available alongside their limited seaweed art prints, cards, enamelware and tea towels - all artfully styled with collections of beach foraged curiosities.More information
ART AND CRAFT EXHIBITION Adult Education Learner’s Week Exhibition. This year to celebrate their creative success, Falmouth Adult Learners, taking the NCFE Creative Craft Certificate and Award, level 1 & 2, are holding an Exhibition of their work at The Poly, 24 Church Street, Falmouth. The ceramics group will be curating the exhibition, which will include work from across the art sector to include photography, art, textiles and glass. Preview night Tuesday, 11th June 6pm – 8 pm. 10am – 7 pm Weekdays. 10am – 1.00pm Saturday.More information
Paul & Taz are both Falmouth based artists working in two different mediums Paul is a woodturner on The Register of Professional Woodturners and a member of the Made in Cornwall scheme Working with mostly locally sourced native timbers to create one off pieces. Inspiration comes from seeing the grain in the timber and using it to its best effect, also from ancient and modern ceramics. Taz graduated from Falmouth college of Art in 1996 with a BA(hons) in Illustration Since leaving college she took a great interest in all aspects of ancient art, from cave paintings to ceramics, native masks to stone carvings. With a varied selection of painting styles on paper and canvas, she uses acrylics, gouache, natural pigment emulsions and mixed media.More information
Victoria Sewart Gallery has collaborated with The Cornish Seal Sanctuary’ with a project called ‘Entanglement’. They are creating some retail bracelets and pendants made from the ghost nets alongside a collection of ‘art jewellery’ created by all the staff at Victoria Sewart Contemporary Jewellery Gallery all to raise awareness and highlight the issues of the ghost nets entangling the seals and damaging our seas and the marine life. The exhibition is on at Falmouth Poly from Monday 15th -20th July, and afterwards the retail pieces will be on sale in the seal Sanctuary’s gift shop with proceeds from the sales going to the charity.More information
‘TANDEM' - an art exhibition by Aimee and Jennie Jewitt-Harris, exploring life, colour, memory and scale. Aimee studied Illustration at Falmouth, and combines her artistic practice with ceramics. Jennie studied Fine Art at UCA and was selected for the 2018 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. This exhibition is the culmination of works made together, using their different experiences to create and respond to each other on the canvas, resulting in a dialogue of colour imagery, and ideas. Jennie and Aimee will typically each start a painting and then swap their canvases, having no say or influence on what the other will add. Preview evening open to all on Tuesday 30th July 6-8pm.More information