Cyanotypes in the walled garden, CAST-Off 2021

Cyanotype photography, wild pigment painting and giant clay platter making.

Treat your imagination to a day out in the walled garden, where you can create your own cyanotype prints using the power of sunlight, discover some of the many different ways to make pigments and paint and get involved in making a giant clay platter with ceramicist Hannah Lawrence.

There’s more to come every Saturday, including brush making, serpentine polishing, and wild pigment painting.

All the activities are free and offered on a drop-in basis, no booking required. Donations welcome.

We won’t be put off by a bit of drizzle and hope you won’t either, but check on the day in case of extreme weather or last-minute changes.

This summer, for the first time, CAST is also taking its programme of creative adventures out to the Lizard peninsula. These take place each Wednesday from 3 to 24 August. For more information click here.

CAST-Off and CAST-Away are made possible by the generous support of The National Lottery Community Fund, FEAST, the Garcia Family Foundation and Helston Town Council.

Saturday 30 July 2022 10am - 12pm and 2pm - 4pm Free activities

All welcome

Activity maps for both CAST-Off and CAST-Away will be available to pick up from CAST Café from Tuesday 26 July and at all the sessions.