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We are creating a digital archive of creativity in Falmouth. A collection of work to show future generations what life was like and how we dealt with Lockdown through our art. Be that gardening, photography, drawing, painting or anything else creative. Has creativity helped you feel better, stay connected to yourself, to nature or to others? Please share with us. We will feature a selection in our online gallery and a community exhibition once we reopen. Take a photo of your favourite lockdown work along with a few words and share it with us. email learning@falmouthartgallery.com or share through social media using #falculture Visit the online

If you create an account with YouTube you will open a world of surprisingly informative and entertaining viewing channels, potentially catering to your own personal interests. I have a number of channel subscriptions ranging from Workshops in Craft technology, model building, creative design and painting, outdoor activities, cooking,  and so on and so on. There’s a whole world of cultural diversities to be discovered. And one channel subscription I particularly enjoy is with Adam Savage, he is worth checking out. Adam is an intellectual creative Geek with catchy enthusiasm. He has evolved from a career in the world of movie prop making,

Love Falmouth volunteers are helping to shape Falmouth's cultural hub and make it the heart of the community. The Love Falmouth volunteer Team includes: Falmouth Library, Art Gallery, Town events and festivals, Heritage Parks, Gardens and Open Spaces and Youth Services. If you have a love of Falmouth and its culture there are many ways you can be involved. Love Falmouth Volunteers are from all walks of life but share the same passion for Falmouth. You can get involved individually or as part of a group with regular volunteering, help with a one-off event or just give five minutes of your time. Whatever your interest there is an opportunity for you. During lock down we are still working

Antony Frost Frost, Anthony : Time Enough At Last, signed and dated 1992, mixed media on canvas, 66 x 66 cms.FAMAG 2016.4.17 Anthony Frost lives and works in Cornwall, where he was born in 1951. His 'work is vibrant and wild, full of colour, part painting, part collage. He is inspired by loud, raw, post-punk music and motivated by the desire to create subconsciously and automatically.'Theartroomtopsham.co.uk What you need Inspired by the use of colour in this painting, this activity is to design an image and colour it in. The Design will be free standing. What you will need Thin white Card (you can use any

Sir Terry Frost ‘Orchard Tambourine B’ by Terry Frost. FAMAG 2006.26.29 Sir Terry Frost was a St Ives based artist who was well known for his colourful, bold designs. He took inspiration from the life and landscape around him and created what he saw in strong shapes and lines. Often in his work you get a sense of the movement of the weather or simple boat shapes bobbing on the water. This artwork by Terry Frost is made up of 25 small prints in frames. When placed together they cover a big area. Each piece has a small circle, a big circle and

Artist Carlos Zapata interviewed by Kaylish, Hollie and Grace. Together they look at his artwork and discuss what it's like to be an automata artist. Kaylish, Hollie and Grace interviewed Carlos at a Falmouth School lunchtime drop-in session. These sessions are run by Dracaena Youth Projects. This session was a collaboration with Falmouth Art Gallery. This is a young curators’ project. We would like to thank everyone that took part especially Carlos! If you would like to see more of Carlos’ work please see his website and the Falmouth Art Gallery collection. Credits:Kaylish - camera operatorGrace - Interviewer Hollie - WriterCarlos Zapata -