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Workshops

This term Falmouth Library and Falmouth Art Gallery will be hosting a series of four creative writing sessions, for KS2 home educated children. (Years 3 to 6, ages 7 to 11) The workshops will take place in the library and include a short visit to the art gallery.Each session will be a stand alone workshop and bookable individually. Places are limited to ensure a small and friendly group. Children must have a responsible adult in the building premises for the duration of the session.  They must be collected from the library at the end of the session. Dates:September 14th 10am-12 noonOctober 12th 10am-12

Falmouth Carnival Workshop Create your own shiny fish to join our shoal marching through town! Join Falmouth Carnival on the 6th of August. Free Artist led drop-in family workshop at Falmouth Rugby Club from 1 - 4pm. Come and make a large shimmering fish to join our shoal in the parade. The parade is 6-8pm starting at the recreation ground through to events square. Don't worry if you can only do part of the parade, we'd love to have you anyway! Falmouth Carnival WorkshopSaturday 6th AugustRecreation Ground1-4pm workshop(6-8pm carnival) Workshops this summer in the Library Foyer, the children's library and Princess Pavilion Gardens Every Tuesday

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

We are a group of year 10 students from Penryn College doing work experience here at the gallery. When we arrived we were given a task to create an exhibition for the gallery. Originally, we were creating a hypothetical exhibition that wasn’t going to be hung, but then the opportunity arose for us to select a few of the artworks we chose and hang them in this corner of the gallery. We chose the theme female artists from Cornwall for out exhibition, because you see a lot of male artists getting recognition for there works but not nearly as many

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

Creative Action Kernow Youth Collective A collaborative youth project exploring themes of climate, art and activism. A series of talks, outdoor trips and creative workshops. We will meet every Thursday evening at the gallery. 6-8pm. From 4th November until 17th March (term time only). We will provide food and we can cover extra costs. We can also help with travel. If you would like to join but have a barrier that we can help with, do get in touch. You can expect to gain new skills, meet new people & learn about local heritage. Sign up here For more information contact learning@falmouthartgallery.com All the information

Workshops accompanying our summer exhibition - Ingenious? - A celebration of invention and innovation in Falmouth past and present. Free family drop-in workshops inspired by the Fox Family of Falmouth. The Fox Family of Falmouth where interested in many things. Working across the arts, sciences and engineering to bring us many inventions. We have followed their lead and put together a series of fun workshops with the same elements. So pop down to to Gyllyngdune Gardens, get inventive, inspired and have fun! These are drop-in events with limited numbers. Please check dates in our summer activity guide, Return to Summer listings Location

Creative Art Activities inspired by Wild World Heroes Summer Reading Challenge Free Creative workshops for all the Family. Drop-in. Gyllyngdune Gardens, near the bandstand. 10-3pm. These workshops have been organised by Falmouth Art Gallery and Library with funding from Arts Council England. We hope you have fun and don’t forget to sign up for the summer reading challenge at Falmouth Library. All these events are plastic free. 29th July. 10-3pm. Drop-in. Make your own bug hotel Make a wonderful home for bugs. Decorate a bug hotel and then fill it with bamboo, shells, sticks, stones and twigs! Put it in your garden and see how many bugs

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