Janet Cardiff’s acclaimed sound installation Forty Part Motet (2001) is presented at Richmond Chapel.
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Artscape is an exhibition of recent works by three contemporary painters new to the gallery - Jack Paffett, Jack Watson & Sarah Woods
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.
A touring exhibition in which leading contemporary artist Kurt Jackson walks in the footsteps of JMW Turner.
A significant British artist, Warren’s exuberant, roughly-worked sculptures and neon vitrines engage with the canon of art history.
This fantastic community festival encompasses over 150 events from music & drama, the arts & heritage to gig racing, swimming, walking & lots more.
Celebrate one of Cornwall’s most acclaimed artists in this major retrospective of his work
The Newlyn School artists'discovered'this picturesque fishing village at a transitional moment in its history.
Join us for a guided walk through St Ives to discover the story of the artists who called this special place home.
Explore the history of modern art in St Ives with our new display
Welcome to Yew Tree Gallery’s new season of exhibitions!
Local artists, booksellers and authors, The Tintagel Storyteller, Jill Lamede. Gifts, cards, frames, caricatures, food and drink.
Travel to Gauguin's Tahiti through the work of two British filmmakers
This exhibition of prints, drawings and paintings shows his lifetime love affair with St Just.
2018 is the 14th year of Open Studios Cornwall and the biggest yet – with 329 artists, craftsmen & designers opening their studios to the public.
The Leach Pottery presents ‘Reunion: Potters From The Time Of Bernard Leach’, its first selling exhibition of 2018.
Entranced by a Special Place refers to Birch's lifelong association with Lamorna, from where he took his name.
The Art in St Ives tour takes place every Thursday at 11.00am from early March until early November, based on demand.
Join us to take a closer look at the work in the exhibition with selected speakers, curators and guests.
Part of your day visit. Memories of Billy Rawlings who spent 40 years employed by Rowena Cade as gardener and handyman.
NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM CORNWALL proudly announces a major new exhibition, TITANIC STORIES.
This May half term get inspired by Barbara Hepworth’s amazing sculptures, and have a go at creating giant hanging masterpieces together.
A weekend of guided walks & talks amongst the ancient sites of West Penwith.