Set during the Second World War, A Matter of Life and Death is a dazzling romantic fantasy.
CAST Film Club screens four artists’ films that share an interest in experimental filmmaking techniques.
Spanish artist Laida Lertxundi visits CAST for a screening of five of her short films, followed by a Q&A.
To celebrate the season’s turning, BLISS curates a dark and psychedelic evening of music, performance and film.
CAST Café Geographic series screens documentary Lie of the Land and welcomes director Molly Dineen for a Q&A after the film.
All the artists who have studios in the CAST building open their workspaces to visitors once a year.
Ruth Ewan’s work takes many forms, including events, installation, writing and printed matter.
20,000 Days on Earth is a bold vision of one of music’s most mysterious and charismatic figures, Nick Cave.
The new season of CAST Film Club opens with a screening of work by the Dutch artist filmmaker Manon de Boer.
CAST welcomes writers from The White Review to Helston, for a special evening of readings and discussions.
Explore old Helston at Helston Museum and invent its future at CAST. Be cardboard builders, architects, dreamers and visionaries.
Artists Jesse Leroy Smith and Bernard Irwin will lead a workshop mapping the histories and landscapes of Cornwall’s mining heritage.
CAST offers a free half-term printmaking workshop led by Catherine Haines and Sally Cole.
Artist duo Semiconductor, Ruth Jarman and Joseph Gerhardt, work at the intersection of art and science.
Ben Rivers will introduce a programme entitled Edgelands at Falmouth University’s Woodlane Lecture Theatre.
This is an exceptional opportunity to hear acclaimed artist and filmmaker Ben Rivers speak about his work.
Students from the Royal College of Art present an evening of readings and screenings.
The last CAST Film Club in the current series brings together a programme of eight short films.
Professor Anita Taylor is Director of the Jerwood Drawing Prize.
Sean Lynch speaks at CAST after his recent presentation for Ireland at the 56th Venice Biennale (2015).
Hannah Lawrence returns to CAST to lead a second pottery workshop.
CAST Film Club this month features films by two artists whose work shows an abiding fascination with history.
The fourth screening from CAST Film Club features a film by the celebrated American artist and filmmaker Doug Aitken.
CAST Film Club presents a screening of Martina Amati’s beautiful series of films exploring free-diving.