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Naum Gabo : Tate St Ives

Tate St Ives Tate St Ives, St Ives

Experience the first extensive presentation of Naum Gabo's (1890–1977) sculptures, paintings, drawings and architectural designs to be held in the UK for over 30 years. The exhibition marks the centenary of the Realistic Manifesto 1920, a set of pioneering artistic principles launched in Moscow by Gabo and his brother Antoine Pevsner. The statement declared that authentically modern... View Article

Leach Studio Potters: 100 Years On

Leach Pottery Leach Pottery, Higher Stennack, St Ives

The Leach Pottery presents an exhibition of diverse personal work from each member of its international Studio team. The inaugural exhibition of the Leach 100 centenary celebrations, ‘Leach Studio Potters: 100 Years On’ celebrates the rich creative talents of the potters who produce the iconic Leach Standard Ware. The Leach Pottery, established in 1920, has... View Article

Newlyn School Interiors

Penlee House Penlee House, Morrab Road, Penzance

The Newlyn School artists are famous for painting outdoors, 'en plein air'. The Cornish light and landscape attracted painters to Newlyn, but once here, they found inspiration not just outside, but also within local homes, sail lofts and schools. Bringing together a fine selection of Newlyn School interiors, including works by Walter Langley, Stanhope Forbes,... View Article

St Ives Exhibition 2020

Belgrave Gallery Belgrave Gallery, 22 Fore Street, St Ives

Our flagship exhibition of works by artists associated with St Ives Modernism, this annual exhibition offers collectors the chance to buy accessibly-priced works by most of the key names in post-War St Ives art, as well as presenting quality works by some less well known artists working in St Ives during the period. Artists included:... View Article

Arts Club Members Exhibition

St Ives Arts Club St Ives Arts Club, Westcott's Quay, St Ives

A selection of work in various media by Arts Club members.

Late at the Tate

Tate St Ives Tate St Ives, St Ives

Explore the theme of sculpture, movement and the work of Naum Gabo in the gallery after hours Join us for live music from special guests, bringing their brand of ‘sad pop’. See performance in the gallery with sculpture as instrument from artist Rita Evans. Relax with a drink and enjoy exhibitions, performances, music, talks and... View Article

Open Drawing Group

Barnoon Workshop Off Clodgey View West, St Ives

A weekly, stand alone drawing class for all levels and abilities - The sessions are taught by experienced tutors, in a friendly and informal  atmosphere. Each week we explore different themes and media. from the local landscape, to botanical, portraits, people and animals!  Depending on the season and weather, we sometimes draw outside. All materials... View Article

£10

Painting with Watercolours

Barnoon Workshop Off Clodgey View West, St Ives

Weekly stand alone watercolour sessions, for all abilities, with a different topic each week. Check the Barnoon Workshop website to ensure this event is running on this date.

£15

Disenchanted

Kidz R Us Lower Stennack, St Ives

Cinderella is kind of a nitwit, Snow White can be a little mean, and Sleeping Beauty? Narcoleptic, apparently. When it comes to fairy-tale princesses, those are the Big Three, Dennis T. Giacino’s “Disenchanted,” they’re not the way Disney, let alone the Brothers Grimm, drew them. In this musical comedy for grown-ups, the trio lead an... View Article

Beginners Guitar Lesson

Barnoon Workshop Off Clodgey View West, St Ives

A weekly stand alone guitar class suitable for complete beginners, or lapsed players who wish to get back into playing. Led by Pete Giles, in a relaxed and informal style, with small groups and plenty of time for individual feedback. You are welcome to just one session, or come along every week to build up your... View Article

£10

Disenchanted

Kidz R Us Lower Stennack, St Ives

Cinderella is kind of a nitwit, Snow White can be a little mean, and Sleeping Beauty? Narcoleptic, apparently. When it comes to fairy-tale princesses, those are the Big Three, Dennis T. Giacino’s “Disenchanted,” they’re not the way Disney, let alone the Brothers Grimm, drew them. In this musical comedy for grown-ups, the trio lead an... View Article

Disenchanted

Kidz R Us Lower Stennack, St Ives

Cinderella is kind of a nitwit, Snow White can be a little mean, and Sleeping Beauty? Narcoleptic, apparently. When it comes to fairy-tale princesses, those are the Big Three, Dennis T. Giacino’s “Disenchanted,” they’re not the way Disney, let alone the Brothers Grimm, drew them. In this musical comedy for grown-ups, the trio lead an... View Article