Arts and Culture
There’s a special place in my heart for the Addams Family. After loving the 1960s TV series, movies and overall concept of this macabre family, I was thrilled to get press tickets to the opening night of their Truro appearance. Running from the 20th June-24th in Truro’s Hall for Cornwall before moving up to Nottingham, >> read more
Celebrating its 13th year, 2017’s Open Studios will be the best and biggest one yet! With nearly 300 artists, craftsmen and designers opening their studios to the public for nine days, its a perfect time to explore the eclectic world of Cornwall’s arts and craftspeople. There are also workshops running throughout the time, in which >> read more
Ever seen a piece of art that you’ve loved to own, but been unsure about whether you can afford or whether it would be an investment? Even now, buying art is still one of those things that people get intimidated about owning or shopping for. And with Cornwall being such an inspirational hotbed, there is >> read more
We all know that Cornwall is a hot bed for creativity and beautiful design, and upon discovery of this unique Etsy store, we knew we had to share it to our online community. Composed of Darren and Jools Fletcher, a husband and wife creative team from just outside St. Austell, Sea Treasure sources beautiful works >> read more
He was one of the world’s most influential inventors and engineers and although his creativeness is now recognised for what it was, even Google put up a little something on their web page on his birthday one year, the recognition of the man as a genius was almost certainly neglected in the past and there >> read more
Last year marked 100 years since the beginning of The Great War, and myCornwall takes a look at the vital role the Telegraph Museum, Porthcurno played in WWI.
Renowned author Patrick Gale talks to Jane Pugh about his life in Cornwall, a passion for music from a young age, and his involvement in the support of the gay and lesbian community.
“Reported this day in 1350 - Roland Penfound had fought in Aquitaine, Brittany & Siege of Calais in 100 Years War. https://t.co/TBXdq6ThC1”
As galleries go, the Summerhouse Gallery in Marazion is in one of the most unique locations in the British Isles.
Visit Fernlea Gallery, a 'must-see' gallery of St Ives. Packing a pretty punch when it comes to quality and quantity and an extremely broad range of artistic works.
Visit Atishoo Gallery, run by artists Liz Hackney and Paul Clark, in the port village and harbour of Charlestown
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Tucked away amongst the shops, pubs and restaurants on Marazion's main road is a one of Cornwall's top treasure troves of artworks namely the Market House Gallery.
myCornwall visited the Cornwall Crafts Association's at Trelissick Gardens, one of the most visited galleries within Cornwall.
Follow our art tour of St Ives and explore the best art galleries this stunningly iconic seaside town has to offer.
Follow our art tour of Penzance and discover the top art galleries this beautiful and individual town has to offer.
Despite having been born in Manila in the Philippines, actress Susan Penhaligon is ‘Cornish’ finds Bruna Zanelli.