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Things to read, watch and see

Brown, Sir John Arnesby RA (1866-1955)A Summer Day - a study for 'A June Day', oil on canvas, 60 x 71.5 cms. Presented to the Corporation of Falmouth in 1923 by Alfred A. de Pass, in memory of his sons. Sir John Alfred Anersby Brown was an English painter born in 1866 to a well known family in Nottingham . He attended the Nottingham School of Art and went on to be tutored by Andrew McCallum where he learnt to love painting outdoors, he then went on to study in London as well as exhibit his painting at the Royal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOLLix2Dj3s Splanna - Our young Climate Activist Collab worked with @MCMCSpoken to write this spoken word piece. Performed at @CIOSLNP -Ecological Emergency Summit at Heartlands. Thank you to Katey from RJ Working for giving these young people such a wonderful experience. Thank you to @CornwallCouncil @cornwallmp @HeritageFundUK for funding this project

It has been a truly sensational experience to have pursued the project of doing the Gold Arts Award. I can not thank Sarah Scott (and everyone else who supported me along the way), with completing this amazing achievement that still feels unreal, in all honesty! The opportunity came just before 2020 and the rude interruption of Covid, but nonetheless me and Sarah still managed to continue working, virtually and when we went through the opening and closing of all the three lockdowns. I have worked with some amazing people. It has been a brilliant thing for me, to think more about

Apprenticeships are currently being advertised at Falmouth Art Gallery and Falmouth Library. Come and join our friendly team! Falmouth Art Gallery are looking for a Customer Service Assistant. The vacancy will suit an enthusiastic, friendly individual with a strong interest in arts and culture, who is willing to learn and develop excellent customer service skills. Click the link for more details: https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-691539 Falmouth Library are looking for a Customer Service Assistant. The vacancy will suit an enthusiastic, friendly individual with a strong interest in books, reading and culture, who is willing to learn and develop excellent customer service skills.

11 June – 11 September @ Falmouth Art Gallery A celebration of invention and innovation in Falmouth past and present, plus some jolly clever things from other parts of Cornwall.  This eclectic and fun filled exhibition features an assortment of artworks, archival documents and objects that will fascinate all ages.  Come along and marvel at the inventions of the Fox family, put some crazy automata in action and be awe struck by the amazing innovations that are being developed right here, right now. This exhibition will be accompanied by a series of talks, workshops and events being held at the Princess Pavilions

Little Story Seekers is a story, song and movement session for very young children and their parents and carers that normally takes place at The Writer's Block in Redruth. During the lockdown they have gone online and have been filming some of their videos at Falmouth Art Gallery. Here are some lovely stories featuring our very own, Jo Lumber. https://youtu.be/psiPHDGrx_k https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msGtSrMZioA If you enjoyed these videos you can find more Little Story Seekers and other stories suitable for all ages on The Writer's Block youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNFsNjc2tZsbmMALI9dCwGg

Fal Culture's annual BENOW festival has gone virtual for 2021 with a month long programme of events for all to enjoy. BENOW, a Cornish adjective meaning female/feminine, is a festival of events, ideas, art, community and activism to explore and celebrate the culture of women. All welcome. The festival has its own website: https://benow.falculture.org/ The full programme of events can be viewed here: https://www.canva.com/design/DAEXn86xMGc/JgyB5wMOxphRy-559b9xHw/view?utm_content=DAEXn86xMGc&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=publishsharelink&fbclid=IwAR1OklUbo_pUuJlVG2Skur5tHSLtTtVqjPseCeXalMAthvTONPcAAuiUlyQ#1

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