08 Oct — 05 Nov 2016

Newlyn Art Gallery

Curated by Callum Mitchell, Homemade is an exhibition of film, photography and live performance focussing on themes of identity, memory and place.
As part of Newlyn Arts Festival, a festival within a festival, Homemade is a collaboration between writer Callum Mitchell, filmmaker Mark Jenkin, photographer Michael Eddy, composer Rick Williams and many others.

Additional Performance added
The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls
Friday 4 Nov, doors open at 19.00, performance 19.30
Callum Mitchell’s new one-man show.
£6, limited capacity, booking essential via CRBO

Homemade website

Newlyn Arts Festival Events at Newlyn Art Gallery

Festival Launch
Friday 7 Oct 19.00 – 21.00
Opened by Festival patron Michael Grandage CBE.
Food by Little Wonder Café.
Free admission, pay bar, all welcome

Homemade Market
Saturday 8 Oct 10.00 – 16.00.
Showcasing an array of handcrafted goods.

8 Oct – 5 Nov 10.00 – 17.00
Curated by Callum Mitchell.

The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls
Friday 14 Oct 19.00
Callum Mitchell’s new one-man show.
£6, limited capacity, booking essential

Salt Road
Tuesday 18 Oct 19.30
Writer Annamaria Murphy and musicians Bagas Degol.
£6, limited capacity, booking essential

Seamas Carey V his Four Year Old Self, with a Choir
Thursday 20 Oct 19.30
£6, limited capacity, booking advised.

The Homemade Sunday Service
Sunday 23 Oct 15.00
Closing the Festival with a celebration of the fortnight’s festivities, the Homemade Sunday Service is a sharing of songs, stories and readings featuring many of the different artists involved in the festival and more. Attendance limited to 80 people, on a first-come, first –served basis.

For ticketed events please book via Cornish Riviera Box Office

For details of other Newlyn Arts Festival events see the Festival Facebook page or website

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Venue: Newlyn Art Gallery
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Open: TUE - SAT, 10.00 - 17.00
Closed: SUN & MON

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