The Big Draw ‘Boatanicals’ is now in place at Princess Pavilions for all to see. Those who took part include; Penryn College, Constantine Primary School, Marlborough School, Falmouth Primary School , Falmouth Young Women’s Group, Foundation Diploma in Art & Design students, BA(Hons) Illustration students, postgraduate students, Make and Take Community workshops and the general public. Contributors ranged from 2 years to 80+, and there are around 300 flowers and boats or hybrids of the two. Weather permitting (no persistent gales we hope) the installation will be up for a month. There will be a celebratory gathering this Sunday 19 March between 1 & 2 pm, and at 2pm there will be a press photo shoot. This ‘planting out’ celebration coincides with the Falmouth Spring Flower Show, which is held at the Princess Pavilion this weekend, 18-19 March.
This project has been really successful, thanks to a committed team of Foundation Staff including Tilly McKerrow, Emelia Wharfe, Sarah Hayes and Jane Chetwynd, plus some keen students from both the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design and MA programmes.
Falmouth University will be running residential Summer Schools this year for Year 12 students (16+) or those wishing to return to education after a break from studies (18+).
Our Summer Schools are an ideal opportunity to gain experience of life as a student at Falmouth through a mixture of academic study during the day and social activities during the evening. For information on each Summer School and links to our online store to book a place, please see the following link: http://www.falmouth.ac.uk/summerschools
The Falmouth School of Art is pleased to announce a joint drawing exhibition between Falmouth’s BA(Hons) Drawing students, and students from Truro School, at Truro School’s Heseltine Gallery.
The Big Draw workshop at The Heseltine Gallery
Students from both institutions collaborated in a workshop to celebrate The Big Draw 2014. The workshop was creative and exciting and presented students with the opportunity to collaborate on a large scale drawing project.
Also featured at The Heseltine Gallery is work by Falmouth’s Drawing students from their touring exhibition, Scope, which comes to Truro following display at the RKB Gallery in London, and The Ariel Centre in Totnes.
Exhibition open Saturday 21 November to Saturday 29 November inclusive | Saturdays 10-5pm; Monday to Friday 5-7pm