New Works by Iain Robertson and Clare Wardman

Image Credit: Pool School Gallery Workshop with Falmouth Art Gallery 'Citizen Curators' and the Margaret Whitford Bequest, Courtesy of Pool Academy and Falmouth Art Gallery

Pool School Gallery, Church Rd, Pool, Cornwall. TR15 3PZ

+44 (0) 7597811248
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Saturday 02 February 2019 – Saturday 30 March 2019
Opening Hours: By appointment

Pool School Gallery, Cornwall Council Schools Art Collection

Pool School Gallery CIC (Community Interest Company) has been awarded £45,400 by the National Lottery to work with Cornwall Council Schools Art Collection. This important and culturally significant collection was created with the intention that children in Cornwall should have access to great art. Artists represented include Jacob Epstein, Dame Barbara Hepworth, Alfred Wallis and Sir Terry Frost. Students are researching its history and creating exhibitions and learning materials. The project examines not what art means, but what art means to us. Students are responsible for telling the story of collection and working to help shape and secure its future. The project is supported by Pool Academy, The Royal Cornwall Museum, Cornwall Museums Partnership, Cornwall Council,Cultivator, Feast and Little Parc Owles

The programme begins with an exhibition of new works by Iain Robertson and Clare Wardman alongside work they donated to the collection in 2007.

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