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A major new permanent exhibition that reveals the world beyond our senses: too big, too small, too fast, too slow, too far away in space & time.
The Art in St Ives tour takes place every Thursday at 11.00am from early March until early November, based on demand.
In this practical workshop you will learn about the textile technique of bundle dyeing using natural dyes foraged from local plants, seaweed and steam
Two weekends packed with performances, visual arts, music and family fun.
NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM CORNWALL proudly announces a major new exhibition, TITANIC STORIES.
This series of workshops, led by artists and Tate St Ives staff, will take you behind the scenes at the gallery and give you skills to make you mark.
This series of workshops, led by artists and Tate St Ives staff, will take you behind the scenes at the gallery and give you skills to make you mark.
Enjoy a series of conversations and talks with exhibition curators, arts specialists and fellow Look Group members alongside special film screenings.
Join us for a guided walk through St Ives to discover the story of the artists who called this special place home.
This series of workshops, led by artists and Tate St Ives staff, will take you behind the scenes at the gallery and give you skills to make you mark.
This series of workshops, led by artists and Tate St Ives staff, will take you behind the scenes at the gallery and give you skills to make you mark.
2019 is the 15thyear of Open Studios Cornwall and the biggest yet – with 329 artists, craftsmen & designers opening their studios to the public.
Travel to Gauguin's Tahiti through the work of two British filmmakers
Play, explore, create and investigate art in these fun sessions for under 5s and their carers.
Detailed spoken descriptions of the works on display and an opportunity to handle some of the objects.
ParkLive is a series of 6 unique, acoustic, free, daytime, live-music and performance events from inside Kimberley Park on a regular Sunday afternoon.
This series of workshops, led by artists and Tate St Ives staff, will take you behind the scenes at the gallery and give you skills to make you mark.
See the galleries in a new light with events, activities and performance throughout the day, all curated and devised by young people.
St Ives hosts a full programme of literary events featuring writers and poets who descend on the town to share their love of words with visitors.
Nigerian-born contemporary artist Otobong Nkanga will install new and existing works at Tate St Ives as the culmination of her upcoming residency.