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Palace of Culture - Kitchen Cupboard Automata

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Monday, 14 June 2021 to Friday, 30 July 2021

The magical Palace of Culture returns – but not as you know it! Explore the set created by artists Tony Crosby and Laura Drayson with 10 artworks selected by children at Newlyn School.

Step inside the virtual Palace of Culture and visit the works selected by the children, exploring the supporting audio clips and written text and then go down to the Lower Gallery, where you can select a specially created online artist-led workshop, in sculpture, collage, printmaking, dance, poetry, and other stimulating pursuits for all ages and abilities.

Featured Artist Workshop:

Georgia Gendall - Kitchen Cupboard Automata - 27 minutes – all ages 

Art meets design technology in this fun, and tasty, exploration of basic automata inspired by Julian Trevelyan’s use of everyday materials in his artwork and William Gear’s interest spontaneous creation. 

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Newlyn Art Gallery
New Road
Newlyn
TR18 5PZ

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