Goonhilly Village Green at The Clubhouse

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Goonhilly Village Green is delighted to be this fortnight’s featured artist-led group at The Clubhouse, currently located at The Exchange Gallery in Penzance. The Clubhouse has been set up by Field Notes curators Cat Bagg and Rosie Thomson-Glover. They describe The Clubhouse as “a free, open-access workspace for artists, curators, writers and cultural explorers, oscillating between artwork, performance, information point and library”.

They explain: “The Clubhouse celebrates artist led practice in Cornwall and beyond and is designed to be a place where ideas are generated, supported, and developed through research and conversation.” Curators Cat and Rosie will often be on hand to chat to informally or engage in debate.  Each fortnight, a different artist led group will be take over a part of the space; showcasing their activity or testing out new ideas. Taking part so far have been BACK LANE WEST, The Fish Factory and Medium Rare, followed by Cornwall Morphology and Drawing Centre & Goonhilly Village Green (21 November-4 December 2015) and W.A.N.K. (5 December-18 December 2015)

More collaborations and events will be announced soon, to keep up to date join Field Notes mailing list or follow them on Twitter. If you are in the Penzance area over the next few weeks, please drop in. See organisations websites for more details and opening times.

http://www.fieldnotes.org.uk
http://newlynartgallery.co.uk/

 

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