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EVENTS 

Exhibition Tours
The Exchange
11am, Wednesdays and Thursdays
An informal tour of Vertigo Sea
Free

Friday Supper Clubs and Saturday Sushi Bar at The Exchange Cafe
£12ph, including a glass of wine
Evenings: Exhibition open 5-9:30pm, ‘Soapbox’ talks* at 5:30pm, food served 6:30-9:30pm
Saturdays: food served 12-3pm

  • Friday 27 May – flat breads and pizzas with Pi
  • Friday 3 June & Saturday 4 June – Sushi with Cornish fusion fish
  • Friday 8 July  & Saturday 9 July – Sushi with Cornish fusion fish
  • Friday 5 Aug & Saturday 6 August – Sushi with Cornish fusion fish
  • Friday 2 Sept & Saturday 3 Sept – Sushi with Cornish fusion fish

More dates will be added at they are confirmed – please check here or see our Facebook page for updates
Booking essential sian.andrews@newlynartgallery.co.uk or call 01736 363715

*Friday Talks
Friday 27th May – National Coastwatch Institution
Friday 3rd June – Sea Sanctuary
Friday 17th June – Cornwall Wildlife Trust 

Saturday Craft Activities
The Exchange
Saturday 30th April – Saturday 25th June, 10am – 12pm
A series of craft activities inspired by the current exhibition, Vertigo Sea, using recycled materials or found items that were washed up on our shores.
Suitable for all ages, drop in between 10am and 12pm on Saturday mornings.
Free

Talk
The Sea Inside by Philip Hoare
Thursday 16th June, 7pm for 7.30pm start 
The Exchange
The Sea Inside: What does the sea and its whales mean to us now?
As part of the Vertigo Sea exhibition, Philip Hoare, award-winning author of Leviathan or, the Whale talks about the connections between human and natural history, embodied by the shape and reality of the whale, and how it is freighted with the past, the present, and the future.
Free, pay bar, all welcome

Concert
Soprano Juliet Fraser performs Morton Feldman’s Three Voices (1982)
Friday 17th June 8pm
The Exchange, doors open at 7.30pm, plus pre-concert dinner offer available
Join us for this exclusive performance by Soprano Juliet Fraser.
Morton Feldman’s Three Voices (1982), a trio for the one voice: performing one part live, the singer stands between two speakers which play the other two pre-recorded parts.
Setting a fragment of text by Frank O’Hara, the piece is one long, mesmeric unfurling of whirling, interwoven patterns.
The performance will last 55 minutes with no breaks.
For a little taster have a listen to some excerpts here.
Tickets £10 in advance (from The Exchange)  or on the door.

The Makers’ Market
Sat 25th Jun (Mazey Day) 10am – 5pm
The Exchange
A curated selection of makers’ products for sale in ceramics, interior design, jewellery, textile and more, celebrating local and regional talent.
Free entry