EVENTS & WORKSHOPS

All events are bookable via www.eventbrite.co.uk unless otherwise stated.

Gallery members receive a 10% discount on charged-for ticketed events

Exhibition Tours
First Thursday of each month, 11am, The Exchange.
First Friday of each moth, 11am, Newlyn Art Gallery
Join a member of staff for an informal tour and discussion about the exhibition.
No booking required, FREE

Story Republic
The Engine Room, The Exchange
30th July – 16th August
A welcome return for The Story Republic who will once again take up residency, enlivening the gallery spaces with song, poetry and storytelling.
For details of events please see Story Republic 

Art Week
19th – 23rd August 
Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange and Penlee House Gallery & Museum are once again staging a summer holiday art week, offering five days of fun, art-based workshops for children, families and adults. Details here.

Life Drawing Classes
2nd September & 2nd December at The Exchange
4th November at Newlyn Art Gallery
Led by tutors from the St Ives School of Painting.
£10 per session, booking essential at www.schoolofpainting.co.uk
(£8 for School of Painting members and Newlyn Art Gallery members)

Children’s Workshops
Saturdays in September, 10am – 12pm
Led by tutors from the St Ives School of Painting with a focus on the Sandra Blow exhibition.
£20 per child for all 4 sessions, booking essential at www.eventbrite.co.uk

A Celebration of the Life and Work of Sandra Blow
The Exchange
Friday 5th September, 7pm
Join Ian Massey writer, artist and academic for a walk and talk through the work of Sandra Blow followed by stories and anecdotes by people who knew her.
Doors open 7pm
Walk & Talk 7.30 – 8pm
Interval  8 – 8.30pm
Reminiscence 8.30 – 9.15pm
£5 on the door, £4 Members

Makers Market
The Exchange,
27th September, 10am – 5pm
A range of high quality and bespoke work for sale by local and regional designers and makers, including ceramics, jewellery, furniture and textiles. FREE entry.

Did you know…

...in 2012 we had over 50,000 visits to our galleries in Penzance and Newlyn.