Krowji

Krowji is Cornwall’s largest creative hub, providing studios, workspaces, offices, the Melting Pot Café, meeting rooms and other facilities for a wide range of creative businesses at the Old Grammar School buildings in Redruth. It’s home to a vibrant creative community which currently includes painters, jewellers, furniture makers, ceramicists, textile artists, web designers, theatre companies and musicians as well as several of Cornwall’s key sector agencies such as Creative Skills, FEAST, Cornwall Music Forum, Carn to Cove and Cultural Cornwall.~

Please contact us if you are interested in renting a studio or office space. For appointments please contact the artist/maker directly via the website.

 

 

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Opening hours

Melting Pot Café
Monday - Friday: 9am - 4pm

Open Studios events:
May/June & Nov/Dec
Check website for details

Address

West Park
Redruth
Cornwall TR15 3AJ

01209 313200
info@krowji.org.uk
www.krowjinewbuild.org.uk

Krowji

Image Credit: Lawrence Sutherland

Krowji

Image Credit: Lawrence Sutherland

Krowji

Image Credit: Lawrence Sutherland

Krowji

Image Credit: Lawrence Sutherland

Krowji

Image Credit: Lawrence Sutherland

Krowji

Image Credit: Lawrence Sutherland

What's on

Groundwork: Steve Rowell, Points of Presence

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum, Eastern House, Old Cable Lane, Porthcurno TR19 6JX

Thursday 21 June 2018 – Monday 01 April 2019

CAST Café | Screening of Crystal Voyager

CAST Café, CAST, 3 Penrose Road, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 8TP

Saturday 19 January 2019

CAST Film Club | Bouchra Khalili screening | Curated by Adam Pugh

Cornubian Arts & Science Trust (CAST), 3 Penrose Road, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 8TP

Thursday 24 January 2019

Back Lane West Skill Session: Emulsion Printing at Kiwi Print Studio

56 Highfields, Cadogan Rd, Camborne, TR14 7RY

Sunday 27 January 2019

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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