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Baby Paint


Due to such a high demand, can we please ask that you only book one session per month. This will give new visitors a chance to come along. Thank you! Who is it for? It is aimed at babies from 6 months - 2 1/2 years and their carers. What can you expect? Babies are stripped down to their nappies and are let loose with the paint! You can join in too... Please bring along a towel for the clean up afterwards. If you are unable for some reason to use your ticket, please do cancel it so other families can book on. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at Baby Paint very soon!

Venue:
Falmouth Art Gallery
The Moor Falmouth

When:
Mon, 21 Jan 2019 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


BEGINNING A SKETCH BOOK


Practising artists Amber Leaman and Sian Blunt lead you into developing your creativity by beginning to use a sketchbook in a variety of ways.  Exploring drawing, collage, journaling and playing with developing your own visual language.  Inspiring you to be curious and follow your own unique interests through exercises and techniques.  Ticket price includes refreshments and materials. 

Venue:
The Boatyard Cafe
Gweek Boatyard , Gweek Helston

When:
Mon, 21 Jan 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Theatre Marketing


This day-long session is a whistle-stop tour of how to create a marketing plan for your touring show. From setting good objectives, to what to include in a plan and how to monitor its success, this hands-on session will give you lots of practical tips on how to sell your show to new audiences. Matthew Austin is a theatre producer with a background in marketing. From 2012 until 2017, Matthew was a course tutor on UK Theatre’s flagship residential course The Essentials of Marketing. He is co-director of MAYK, a producing company in Bristol best-known for the city’s biennial festival Mayfest. As a marketer he has worked with Bristol Old Vic, Fuel, Spike Island, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Wales Millennium Centre, HighTide and many more. He is on the board of Camden People’s Theatre.  The session will cover...  Setting marketing objectives based on overarching creative/business aims and objectives Writing and structuring a marketing plan Understanding data (Audience Finder, ShowStats and other data sources) and your target audiences How visual identity, branding and imagery can be tailored to a different audience Copywriting Press & PR Monitoring and evaluation Who is this for?  This session is ideal for theatre-makers of all levels. If you are a theatre marketer with specific questions, please provide these in advance or request a one-to-one with Mathew. You don’t have to be a Cultivator client to attend this session but you need to be working in Cornwall in the creative industries. Refundable Deposit Please note that the £20.00 charge for this event is a deposit that will be refunded to you as long as you attend the event. if you do not attend the event then your deposit will not be refunded unless you give us at least 24 hours notice.  This event includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day

Venue:
The Poly / Falmouth Arts Centre
24 Church St Falmouth

When:
Mon, 21 Jan 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Marine Art workshop at the Falmouth Art Gallery


Saturday 19th Art workshop at the Falmouth Art Gallery 10am - 2pm cost of £20 per person Come and draw plants and creatures of the sea inspired by the art of Ernst Haeckel at Falmouth Art Gallery on Saturday 19th January, 10am-2pm to support Falmouth Marine Conservation Group. Artist Felicity Tattersall will provide simple drawing exercises and support to create your own natural history work of art.

Venue:
Falmouth Art Gallery
The Moor Falmouth

When:
Sat, 19 Jan 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Little Fingers-January 2019


Who is it for? This workshop is aimed at 2 1/2 to 4 year olds and their carers. What can you expect? It is a happy mix of making, doing, music, stories and more with Jo Lumber.

Venue:
Falmouth Art Gallery
The Moor Falmouth

When:
Wed, 23 Jan 2019 1.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Cafe Disruptif brings you: Leadership: Re-engaged


We are in times of multiple crises - exactly the moment we feel a hunger for clear, just and secure leadership. But it seems we are finding that it's comprehensively absent without leave; or we're beginning to understand that we're vainly looking for entirely the wrong thing. Yet at this moment of environmental, economic and social disruptions, when we are beginning to understand that much needs to be done, if we look hard enough, in the right light, we can see a new leadership emerging, in individual businesses, third sector organisations, community groups, public sector bodies - individuals re-understanding the role that we must each take to move our direction of travel to something more sane, realistic and connected. Contrary to both habit and emotional reflex, leadership may not be locked into one role, or job, or individual; some aspects are open and accessible to all, in "moments of leadership" that invite a collective effort of critical thinking, imagination, positive deviance and human inventiveness from *us all*, in turn, and across our social strata, as we tackle these mountainous challenges ahead. These moments are made possible by other aspects of leadership that affirm and contain the value of attachment, hope, reason and choice. Providing such conditions is a seldom-recognised resource, well worth identifying and celebrating.  For those working in delivering change in the world of environmental growth, in understanding the pros and cons of the notion of natural capital, in economic progress, in social justice, Jonathan Gosling, of international repute in this new investigation of what leadership means, will bring an unexpected and provocative understanding of what we can all be doing to deliver the future we wish to occupy. More information on Jonathan can be found here: https://www.jonathangosling.com/about-me Professor Gosling advises several companies, international agencies and government departments on their leadership-related issues. He is a Fellow of the Leadership Trust Foundation, Lancaster University's Leadership Centre, and the Singapore Civil Service College. He served more than 10 years on the Advisory Board of the UK Defence Academy, and is a co-director of the European Leadership Centre. He has long been interested in unconscious aspects of organsiational and social life, and has directed and been on the staff of many working conferences including Tavistock Institute of Human Relations ‘Leicester conferences’; he has recently adapted these ideas for a ‘Community Mashup’ in a global health programme; and developed a tool for founding multi-sector collaborations – ‘Mindsets for Partnering’. He is on the scientific council of the Gordon Lawrence Foundation for ‘social dreaming’. =============================================================== This event is a collaboration between Cafe Disruptif and Tevi, and possible owing to the generous support of Tevi (Cornish for ‘grow’)  -  a new, unique and exciting EU-funded project dedicated to helping Cornish SMEs make the most of innovative thinking around the circular economy and environmental growth.  Circular economy is all about running economic activities in ways that close loops and reduce waste, in all its forms.  Environmental growth is the idea that, here in Cornwall, we need more nature; larger amounts of biodiversity, better connected, better protected, better supported, more diverse.   Tevi is about bringing these two concepts together, and helping SMEs to play their part because economic activity relies on that environment, and vice versa.  The work is led by the University of Exeter, and is delivered in partnership with the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Cornwall Council and the Cornwall Development Company. 

Venue:
Chapel Lecture Theatre
Penryn Campus , Treliever Road Penryn

When:
Fri, 25 Jan 2019 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Seed Sunday - Workshop, Film & Talk


Following the success of the screening of 'In Our Hands' we are delighted to host another food and land related event at The Fish Factory.  Fred and Ronja from Vital Seeds will be holding a seed saving workshop (4-5.30pm) followed by a screening of 'Seed - an untold story' and a talk from our seed saving experts (6.30-9.30pm). There will be hot soup and drinks served from 6pm . Tickets are available for the whole event or for the workshop and film separately. Please book online - if tickets are left they will be sold on the door for the film. THE WORKSHOP - 4.00-5.30pm Vital Seeds is an independent seed company based in Devon specialising in open-pollinated varieties of vegetable, herb and flower seed. They celebrate seed diversity alongside educating communities around the importance and practicalities of seed saving in their own regions.  In a world where most crops are planted from seed produced thousands of miles away in drier countries with cheap labour, Vital Seed strives to produce organic seeds that are adapted to thrive in the the South West of England . The seed saving workshop will be run by Vital Seed's founders Fred Groom and Ronja. It  has been designed for those growing at home or on a field scale. The workshop will cover some basic principles of growing vegetables for seed as well as tequniques for seed processing and saving.You can find out more about Vital Seeds at  https://vitalseeds.co.uk SOUP, DRINKS & CHAT 5.45 - 6.30PM THE FILM & TALK - 6.30-9.30pm 'SEED - The Untold Story' is a beautiful, inspiring, and thought provoking documentary about seeds made in 2016. “ It follows passionate seed keepers protecting our 12,000 year-old food legacy. As biotech chemical companies control the majority of our seeds, farmers, scientists, lawyers, and indigenous seed keepers fight a David and Goliath battle to defend the future of our food. In a harrowing and heartening story, these heroes rekindle a lost connection to our most treasured resource and revive a culture connected to seeds. You can find out more about the film at https://www.seedthemovie.com/          

Venue:
The Fish Factory Art Space
Commercial Road Penryn

When:
Sun, 27 Jan 2019 4.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Falmouth School of Art Guest Speakers - Denzil Forrester


Denzil Forrester - Falmouth School of Art Guest Speaker Wednesday 30 January 2019, 5pm Painter Denzil Forrester was born in Grenada and grew up in London, where alongside his practice he taught drawing for many years. He has recently moved to Cornwall, where in 2018 artists Peter Doig and Matthew Higgs curated a retrospective of his work at the Jackson Foundation Gallery in St. Just. He is represented by the Stephen Friedman Gallery.  Forrester's early paintings documented London's Afro-Caribbean community in the 1980s, and capture rising tension between the police and younger members of that community. Immersive and large-scale, his narrative paintings, which frequently convey community and nightclub scenes, mix the autobiographical with the political. His work is rich, complex and highly sophisticated. The strength of his draftmanship and his extraordinary use of colour enable him to bring to his canvasses dynamic movement, and purposeful power.  Forrester received a BA in Fine Art from the Central School of Art, London in 1979 and an MA in Fine Art from the Royal College of Art, London in 1983. He was awarded a scholarship by the British School at Rome in 1983-85 and a Harkness Fellowship in New York in 1986-88. His works can be found in the collections of Tate, London; Arts Council Collection, UK; and Harris Museum & Art Gallery, Preston, amongst many others. His work has been exhibited internationally at venues including The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; Tate Britain, London; Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Royal Academy of Arts, London; and Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow. His work has recently been the focus of three solo shows curated by Peter Doig and Matthew Higgs at White Columns, New York (2016); Tramps, London (2016); and Jackson Foundation, St Just (2018).  Stephen Friedman Gallery 2018 Interview from The Guardian. Recent profile piece from Elephant Magazine. Images from Denzil Forrester's 2016 exhibition at Tramps, London. Images and text from Denzil Forrester's 2016 exhibition at White Columns in New York. We reserve the right to re-allocate un-filled seats five minutes before the event starts.

Venue:
Falmouth University
Lecture Theatre 1, Falmouth Campus, , 25 Woodlane Falmouth

When:
Wed, 30 Jan 2019 5.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


British Beer Company *Falmouth Comedy Night


The British Beer Company is thrilled to bring the wildly successfull BBC Comedy Corner series to their Falmouth location! The First show is slated for Thursday Night, January 31 and there's no question that it will be a hilariously fitting way to kick things off! The show will be hosted by comedian, Pat Collins (Collins Comedy Events) and feature one of New England's fastest rising stars, Rob Pierce. The Headline performer for the evening is the one and only John Perrotta. You're not going to want to miss it! About the Comedians: John Perrotta: John Perrotta "the Italian Don Rickles" has been performing stand-up comedy since 1991. Known for his rapid-fire delivery of one-liners and his ability to improv off any audience in a good natured way, He was recently voted Providence's Best Comedian and inducted into the Rhode Island Comedy Hall of Fame in 2012. John has headlined at comedy clubs such as the Comedy Connection, Nick's Comedy Stop, Catch A Rising Star, Rhodehouse Live at Twin River Casino, Joker's Wild, the CBS Comedy Scene at Patriot Place, the LOL Comedy Lounge & many, many more! Throughout his distinguished comedy career, he has has worked along side of and shared the stage with legendary comedians such as Bill Burr, Dane Cook, Colin Quinn, Gilbert Gottfried and Tom Cotter. He's an absolute New England Favorite! Rob Pierce: Pierce is one of the brightest rising comedy stars working in New England today. He's a regular at the Comedy Connection in Providence and can be seen frequently on many or most of the comedy stages through-out the North East. He's opened for Dave Attell, Norm Macdonald, Michael Che, Dan Soder, and many others. He hopes you made it to the end of this write up without thinking he is name dropping. Pat Collins: Pat Collins is a stand up comedian and comedy event booker from Norwood, Massachusetts. His Comedy Booking & Production group, Collins Comedy Events (CCE)  has produced over 30 sold out comedy nights at multiple British Beer Company locations since partnering with the BBC in June of 2015. As a performer, Pat has appeared at Nick's Comedy Stop, The Comedy Studio, CBS Comedy Scene and The Comedy Connection RI. He plays at Comedy Nights, Private Parties and Fundraisers all over New England and recently starred in a series of very funny television commercials for NASCAR and New Hampshire Motor Speedway. https://collinscomedyevents.com/

Venue:
Falmouth, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Falmouth, Cornwall, United Kingdom Falmouth

When:
Thu, 31 Jan 2019 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Ground Up - a seasonal feast


Beautiful & The Feast and Origin present 'The Ground Up' a seasonal feast in Penryn

Venue:
The Warehouse
Commercial Road Penryn

When:
Fri, 1 Feb 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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