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Newlyn Art Gallery, New Road, Newlyn, TR18 5PZ

01736 363715

Saturday 10 February 2018 – Saturday 24 February 2018
Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm, Tuesday - Saturday
Admission Fee: £2 or £2.20 with GiftAid, Free for supporters, U18s and Art Pass holders

Bringing together artists from the UK, Europe, and the US, the residency facilitates an exchange of methods, approaches and ideas. The artists will work together in the upper gallery, alongside a schedule of talks, discussions and workshops on all aspects of structures – whether manmade or natural – programmed by the artists and the gallery’s curatorial team.

The residency will involve practitioners at varying stages of their careers across all disciplines; painters, film-makers, sculptors, installation artists and curators, united by their work being informed by structures, rules or data.

The lower gallery will present a static exhibition of work previously made by each of the artists, to illustrate their usual practice and give a context to their time in the residency. In the upper gallery, one half of the space will be an evolving exhibition of work made by the artists during the residency, either individually or collaboratively. The other half will be an open-plan, flexible studio space, with tables, stools and storage for each artist. The open nature of studio and exhibition in one space will enable conversations between visitors and artists.

A daily programme of talks and workshops will take place in the studio space at the close of each day, from 16.00. Details will be listed on our website.

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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.

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