Sixteen artists with studios at CAST open their workspaces in the historic Passmore Edwards building to visitors.
Violinist Philippa Mo will visit CAST to play music by Mullion-based composer Jim Aitchison.
CAST Film Club invites you to attend a free screening of Stranded in Canton by photographer William Eggleston.
Hannah Lawrence leads a workshop at which participants will each make their own plate, bowl and cup.
CAST Café Geographic series screens documentary Expedition to the End of the World, a true adventure story for the 21st Century.
The first CAST Film Club screening will be an exceptional opportunity to see three short films by Isaac Julien.
CAST Café Geographic series welcomes Pete Wilkinson, founder of Greenpeace, to discuss environmental challenges from nuclear waste to climate change.
CAST Café Geographic series welcomes Richard Blake for a talk and coffee tasting.
Gemma Anderson leads a one-day collaborative drawing workshop on ‘the art and science of systematics’.
Milly Thompson worked as part of collaborative art group BANK (1994 – 2003) and has since pursued her solo career.
CAST Café presents an illustrated talk by Mark Brightwell.
This one-day collaborative drawing workshop is part of Gemma Anderson’s ongoing project the Cornwall Morphology and Drawing Centre (CMADC).
William Arnold returns to CAST to lead free half-term workshops in pinhole photography for participants of all ages.
CAST is again offering free half-term workshops in printmaking for participants of all ages.
Artist Simon Bayliss reveals his conflicting feelings about becoming a landscape painter in the South West.
This collaborative drawing workshop is part of Gemma Anderson’s ongoing project the Cornwall Morphology and Drawing Centre.
For the past two months writer Anna Maria Murphy and the Kneehigh Rambles team have taken ‘the roads less travelled’.
Artist Gemma Anderson and botanist Dr Colin French lead CMADC’s first field trip and drawing workshop.