Posts Tagged: Art

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

The Village Green Society Lectures

Goonhilly Village Green was delighted to present a mixed programme of talks about Goonhilly Downs and the surrounding area. The lecture series was presented with the kind support of local renewable energy company Wattstor, whose solar powered batteries illuminated the

The Village Green Society Lectures

Goonhilly Village Green was delighted to present a mixed programme of talks about Goonhilly Downs and the surrounding area. The lecture series was presented with the kind support of local renewable energy company Wattstor, whose solar powered batteries illuminated the

Solar Furnace at sunset

Andy and Darren have been working hard on the solar furnace to heat the Happidrome. Here is it in assembly atop the building. The weather forecast is looking GOOD so it should be balmy for the Village Green Society Lectures.

Solar Furnace at sunset

Andy and Darren have been working hard on the solar furnace to heat the Happidrome. Here is it in assembly atop the building. The weather forecast is looking GOOD so it should be balmy for the Village Green Society Lectures.

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

#LizardArtWeekend: A weekend of free art events

The Lizard? Check. Art? Check. Weekend? Alright! Goonhilly Village Green is proud to be part of #LizardArtWeekend, a weekend of free art events on the Lizard from Friday 25th-Sunday 27th September. Please come and visit us. * Friday 25th September,

#LizardArtWeekend: A weekend of free art events

The Lizard? Check. Art? Check. Weekend? Alright! Goonhilly Village Green is proud to be part of #LizardArtWeekend, a weekend of free art events on the Lizard from Friday 25th-Sunday 27th September. Please come and visit us. * Friday 25th September,

The Village Green Society Lectures: Katherine Ashton, Helston Museum

Curator of Helston Folk Museum, Katherine Ashton, will give an illustrated talk about the work of Helston Museum, including a quick tour of its collections. Founded in 1949, the building was originally designed as the town’s Market House in 1837,

The Village Green Society Lectures: Katherine Ashton, Helston Museum

Curator of Helston Folk Museum, Katherine Ashton, will give an illustrated talk about the work of Helston Museum, including a quick tour of its collections. Founded in 1949, the building was originally designed as the town’s Market House in 1837,

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Ian Helliwell’s ‘Practical Electronica’ at GVG

GVG is chuffed to announce that we’ll be screening ‘Practical Electronica’ (2011, 60 mins) on Saturday 26th September at GVG. Focussing on the work of FC Judd (1914-1992), this experimental documentary from multi-media artist Ian Helliwell, examines Fred Judd’s activity

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Ian Helliwell’s ‘Practical Electronica’ at GVG

GVG is chuffed to announce that we’ll be screening ‘Practical Electronica’ (2011, 60 mins) on Saturday 26th September at GVG. Focussing on the work of FC Judd (1914-1992), this experimental documentary from multi-media artist Ian Helliwell, examines Fred Judd’s activity