Penwith College Art & Design students will be taking advantage of the hugely popular and historically significant Penzance School of Art and its original exhibition space in the building previously known as Penzance Library. The exhibition will encompass work from all full time and part time students including A level Fine Art, Photography and Graphic Design, Extended Diploma Art & Design level 2 and 3, Access to Creative Arts and HNC / HND Art Practise as well as students undertaking part time leisure courses in printmaking, painting, drawing, sculpture, pottery and much more.
Wed 26 to Sun 30 June 2019 - 9am to 6pm daily.
Closing at 4pm on Sunday
Penzance School of Art, Morrab Road, Penzance
objects of vertu (A knowledge or love of or taste for fine objects of art.)
Abstract from the essay 'The Penzance School of Art: the early years' by Peter Waverly:
"The new art school opened on March 7, 1881 with a short civic parade and an exhibition of pupils' work along with oil and water colour paintings and objects of vertu from South Kensington (Victoria & Albert Museum)."