Category Archives: Art

The Goonhilly Chronicle Issue 1: Created by Phyllida Bluemel

Gloriously talented author and illustrator Phyllida Bluemel created our very first print edition of the Goonhilly Chronicle, which was distributed free at The Gathering and at the Museum of Cornish Life. We still have a few remaining, which will be

The Goonhilly Chronicle Issue 1: Created by Phyllida Bluemel

Gloriously talented author and illustrator Phyllida Bluemel created our very first print edition of the Goonhilly Chronicle, which was distributed free at The Gathering and at the Museum of Cornish Life. We still have a few remaining, which will be

The Gathering revisited at The Museum of Cornish Life, Helston 27 July-21 September 2019

If you missed The Goonhilly Village Green Gathering back in May, the Museum of Cornish Life, Helston, is offering a second chance to see some of the artwork created especially for the day.  Beth Emily Richards, who worked with the

The Gathering revisited at The Museum of Cornish Life, Helston 27 July-21 September 2019

If you missed The Goonhilly Village Green Gathering back in May, the Museum of Cornish Life, Helston, is offering a second chance to see some of the artwork created especially for the day.  Beth Emily Richards, who worked with the

Artist Blog: Beth Emily Richards

For Goonhilly Village Green, I was invited to make a work that welcomes visitors to GVG, and also responds to the collection at the Museum of Cornish Life. As an artist who loves to work both in site-responsive ways and

Artist Blog: Beth Emily Richards

For Goonhilly Village Green, I was invited to make a work that welcomes visitors to GVG, and also responds to the collection at the Museum of Cornish Life. As an artist who loves to work both in site-responsive ways and

Artist Blog : Paul Chaney

Artist Paul Chaney considering the agricultural possibilities of the Downs to support people: I stand on the edge of a desolate windswept and sodden bog. A brownish smudge of a hedge lays against the brownish smudge of late winter’s heath.

Artist Blog : Paul Chaney

Artist Paul Chaney considering the agricultural possibilities of the Downs to support people: I stand on the edge of a desolate windswept and sodden bog. A brownish smudge of a hedge lays against the brownish smudge of late winter’s heath.

Artist Blog : Paul Chaney

Artist Paul Chaney talks about his time updating the FieldMachine programme to work for Goonhilly Downs: “Two screen grabs from the FieldMachine – which has been programmed with crops that may (or may not) be possible to grow on the

Artist Blog : Paul Chaney

Artist Paul Chaney talks about his time updating the FieldMachine programme to work for Goonhilly Downs: “Two screen grabs from the FieldMachine – which has been programmed with crops that may (or may not) be possible to grow on the

Artist Blog: James Hankey

James Hankey has spent time researching the history and future of Goonhilly Earth Station, with a particular interest in visualising the motion of waves. The Goonhilly Heritage Society (GHS) holds weekly meetings in their HQ at ‘B-site’, on Goonhilly Downs;

Artist Blog: James Hankey

James Hankey has spent time researching the history and future of Goonhilly Earth Station, with a particular interest in visualising the motion of waves. The Goonhilly Heritage Society (GHS) holds weekly meetings in their HQ at ‘B-site’, on Goonhilly Downs;

Artist Blog: Sara Bowler

This year, Goonhilly Village Green founding artist Sara Bowler will be exploring notions of invisible boundaries, following research into land ownership and the history of Trelowarren Estate which once included the land that the Earth Station now stands on. I’ve

Artist Blog: Sara Bowler

This year, Goonhilly Village Green founding artist Sara Bowler will be exploring notions of invisible boundaries, following research into land ownership and the history of Trelowarren Estate which once included the land that the Earth Station now stands on. I’ve