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The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society

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Exhibitions // Coming up // Elements ...In Glass and Ceramic
16 October
Monday

Elements ...In Glass and Ceramic

Five glass artists have continued to work together over the last 10 years starting as students and teacher and now "Artists in Conversation".

All work is inspired by, and uses, the elements.

Elements mean different things to us all: Helen Eastham "Coastal Elements"; Stephanie Frost "Materials that are Unique"; Julie Thornhill "The Oceans Contrasting Elements"; Finnula Galletti di Cadilhac "Parts that Make the Whole"; and Jane Smith "Elements making up our Earth".

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Tawai: A Voice From the Forest w/ Q&A

Explorer Bruce Parry (Tribe, BBC) travels the world in exploration of a deeper understanding of indigenous peoples and...

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Goodbye Christopher Robin

From Simon Curtis (My Week with Marilyn) comes this rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved author A. A....

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Falmouth in November 1917

What was Falmouth like 100 years ago? Come and see what our archives tell use. A free exhibition by our Falmouth History...

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