Penryn Arts Festival 2017 is all about making things, tasting things and talking about things

Penryn Arts Festival 2017 has now run its course, and we are looking to the future of the festival. You can still browse of all the wonderful workshops and events that took place, and grab yourself a copy of bursary holder Phyllida Bluemel’s Penryn Arts Festival, Guidebook to a Monument.

Since 2013 Penryn Arts Festival has been a key way marker in our town’s annual calendar, delivering ambitious events, exhibitions, screenings, performances and workshops. Having taken a new approach to the festival for 2017 through an extended program of events, workshops and screenings we’d love to hear your opinions on any of the events you attended this year. If you would be interested in sharing your thoughts we’d love you to attend our feedback evening on March 19th in the Temperance Hall from 6pm.

From ceramics and weaving workshops to experimental performances by this year’s bursary holders the 2017 festival celebrated the creative spirit that lives in Penryn’s community and the artisanal skills that are flourishing in the town and the wider area.

The 2017  festival is run by Field Notes; which is the collaborative practice of Cornwall based curators and producers, Cat Bagg and Rosie Thomson-Glover.  

PAF 2017 is made possible through the support of Big Lottery,  Arts Council England, FEAST and Penryn Town Council

Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date!