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Earth Minus Environment | Kestle Barton | 25 June - 4 September
An exhibition bringing together three key works by prominent German artist and political activist Gustav Metzger, all relating to his unrealised proposal for the UN Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, 1992.
Library at 41/42 | Gulval, near Penzance | 6 to 9 July, 10am - 2pm
The Library of Independent Exchange collection can be viewed in its entirety for the first time in Cornwall. Visitors can browse the collection and read at their leisure. Appointments are encouraged: email@example.com.
George Ellis & Colin Robins | Auction House | Opening 15 July, 2-6pm
An exhibition of Cornish vernacular photography studies, featuring portraits of local people taken at an interval of 50 years, with photographs taken by Ellis in the 1940s and by Robins in the 1990s. The exhibition continues until 23 July.
Falmouth Worm Charming Championships | Dracena Centre | 17 July, 2pm
Organised by artist Georgia Gendall, the afternoon of events will include worm-based art workshops, brass band, food and refreshments and the chance to win unique trophy artworks for the team that charm the most worms.
Falmouth International Arts Festival | 9-15 July
A new arts festival with over 40 free and ticketed events taking place in and around Falmouth. The festival features theatre, music and dance.
Only Connect! | Falmouth University and Tate St Ives | 27 -29 July
An international community symposium on the benefits of creative, intergenerational and inclusive practice and research. Tickets £20-£55.
Image: Gustav Metzger, Mobbile (1970/2022) installed at Kestle Barton. Photo: Sam Davies.