The Cornubian Arts & Science Trust (CAST)

CAST (Cornubian Arts and Science Trust) is an educational charity, inaugurated in 2012 and operating in Cornwall. It exists for public benefit and aims to promote participation, appreciation and learning in the visual arts and to encourage interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration across the arts and sciences. It is committed to the pursuit of excellence.

CAST works with artists, curators, writers and specialists from other fields, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, to develop professional expertise and exchange, to present examples of outstanding creative practice, and to create opportunities for audiences of all ages to experience groundbreaking cultural activity.

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Opening hours

CAST opens for specific events, contact [email protected]

CAST Café is open Thursdays and Fridays 10am-4pm and Saturdays 11am-3pm.

Contact [email protected]

Address

CAST
3 Penrose Road
Helston
Cornwall TR13 8TP

01326 565632
[email protected]
http://c-a-s-t.org.uk/

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The Cornubian Arts & Science Trust (CAST)

What's on

Life Drawing Classes

UNIT 3 : UNIT 1B Upstairs, Restormel Estate,Lostwithiel , PL22 0HG

Thursday 17 October 2019 – Thursday 21 November 2019

Sea Swimmers | Opening Event | Lynn Dennison in conversation with Beth French

Watchet Visitor Centre & Boat Museum, Harbour Rd, Watchet, TA23 0AQ

Friday 18 October 2019 – Saturday 30 November 2019

Sea Swimmers | Opening Event | Lynn Dennison in conversation with Beth French

Watchet Visitor Centre & Boat Museum, Harbour Rd, Watchet, TA23 0AQ

Friday 18 October 2019 – Saturday 30 November 2019

A Tale of Mother's Bones

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

Saturday 19 October 2019 – Saturday 04 January 2020

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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