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BA(Hons) Photography 3rd year students are exhibiting as part of Photography Week 1 at Free Range in London's East End. The exhibition, entitled BRIK, reflects each 3rd Year BA(Hons) Photography student's curiosity, an engagement with ideas and a desire to explore photography in its widest sense. Free Range will take place in Truman's Brewery, and the Falmouth Show is in F Block G5.
For key stage three, four and five drama teachers
The conference will include sessions on
This conference is supported by a partnership between Falmouth University and Kernow Education Arts Partnership.
Falmouth School of Art offers a choice of five-day intensive courses for practitioners and art educators.
These studio-based courses are led by expert tutors who provide daily critical input and guidance. Our popular Abstract Painting and Figure Painting strands return and for 2017 we’re excited to offer an Observational Drawing Intensive.
Applications are now invited, with a deadline of 28 April 2017.
All three courses will be delivered at our Falmouth Campus 3-7 July 2017.
Cornwall Council and Falmouth University are co - hosting a technology in health and care symposium – the first of its kind in Cornwall - on the 4th July at Falmouth University - Penryn Campus.
The future of health and care in the UK is at a crossroads. Demographic changes, financial constraints alongside significant service strains are placing our health and social care system under unprecedented pressure.
For specialist and non-specialist dance teachers
The conference will include
To celebrate the continuing success of the Young Persons Dance sessions, the Academy of Music and Theatre Arts are having an informal sharing of recently activities.
The sharing will present a short work from both the younger class and the senior class, and we're excited to be presenting performances from from the Kathryn Richards School of Dance and other local dancers.
£5 plus booking fee
Under 5's go free, but booking is required
Young people between 13 and 19 years old are being offered an amazing opportunity to devise collaborative theatre and attend top class workshops in spectacular surroundings. The Cornish Youth Theatre Festival will bring young people together from from across the county and beyond. Produced by ISTA (International School’s Theatre Association) in association with Falmouth University.
Join Freefall for its seventh annual Summer Intensive - two days of vigorous physical training of the highest quality.
The two days offer a package of dance, yoga and thai massage classes taught by experienced local, national and international specialists in their field at Falmouth University’s state of the art dance studios.
International dance artist Lotte Dekkers will see you diving in and out of the floor using David Zambrano’s flying-low technique - the first time this technique has been brought to Cornwall.
Kenny Werner has been described as “one of jazz’s unsung heroes”, yet the breadth and depth of his award winning achievements and influence, both in playing and education is truly impressive.
His prolific output of compositions, recordings and publications continue to impact audiences around the world.
Transparent Water is an exquisitely beautiful new collaboration between the seven-time GRAMMY nominated pianist, composer and bandleader Omar Sosa from Cuba, and the award-winning Senegalese kora master and singer Seckou Keita.
Following the worldwide release of their debut album Transparent Water on 24February 2017, the pair are taking to the road in together this November with percussionist Gustavo Ovalles to give UK audiences a thrilling live experience of their new recording.