Category Archives: Exhibitions

Goonhilly Village Green ‘Unbounded’ at The Eden Project

Work made for Goonhilly Village Green 2019 by artists Phyllida Bluemel, Rosanna Martin, Elizabeth Masterton and Beth Emily-Richards will be shown at the Eden Project’s Core Gallery as part of ‘Unbounded’, a show curated by Field Notes with the Eden

Goonhilly Village Green ‘Unbounded’ at The Eden Project

Work made for Goonhilly Village Green 2019 by artists Phyllida Bluemel, Rosanna Martin, Elizabeth Masterton and Beth Emily-Richards will be shown at the Eden Project’s Core Gallery as part of ‘Unbounded’, a show curated by Field Notes with the Eden

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

Goonhilly Village Green at The Clubhouse

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

Goonhilly Village Green at The Clubhouse

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

HAPPIDROME photo archive on Flickr

Before Goonhilly Village Green, there was HAPPIDROME, an experimental artist-led project, located on Goonhilly’s National Nature Reserve on the disused site of the WW2 radar base, RAF Drytree. From 2007-2010, over a series of four events, Sara Bowler and Elizabeth

HAPPIDROME photo archive on Flickr

Before Goonhilly Village Green, there was HAPPIDROME, an experimental artist-led project, located on Goonhilly’s National Nature Reserve on the disused site of the WW2 radar base, RAF Drytree. From 2007-2010, over a series of four events, Sara Bowler and Elizabeth

Andy and Darren’s Solar Furnace

The solar furnace created for the event by artists Andy Webster and Darren Ray was a focal point for discussions around renewable energy, tribute d.i.y. acts, and the ad-hoc as a dissenting practice. The furnace performed incredibly well under the

Andy and Darren’s Solar Furnace

The solar furnace created for the event by artists Andy Webster and Darren Ray was a focal point for discussions around renewable energy, tribute d.i.y. acts, and the ad-hoc as a dissenting practice. The furnace performed incredibly well under the

Liminal’s ‘Transient Parish’

Liminal raised their bell tower on the Village Green, with the help of BA Architecture students from Falmouth University. The ringing of a peal of bells on the hour, composed by pupils from the Keskowethyans Multi-Academy Trust, signified the marking

Liminal’s ‘Transient Parish’

Liminal raised their bell tower on the Village Green, with the help of BA Architecture students from Falmouth University. The ringing of a peal of bells on the hour, composed by pupils from the Keskowethyans Multi-Academy Trust, signified the marking

The Village Green Society Lectures: Henrietta Boex, Falmouth Art Gallery

Image: John Tunnard, ”The Messenger (1969) Oil, tempera, sand & pencil on gesso-prepared board, 119.4 x 182.9 cm © the copyright holder photo credit: The Ingram Collection of Modern and Contemporary British Art John Tunnard (1900-1971) described himself in later

The Village Green Society Lectures: Henrietta Boex, Falmouth Art Gallery

Image: John Tunnard, ”The Messenger (1969) Oil, tempera, sand & pencil on gesso-prepared board, 119.4 x 182.9 cm © the copyright holder photo credit: The Ingram Collection of Modern and Contemporary British Art John Tunnard (1900-1971) described himself in later