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Thursday 12th May 2011
Private View
7pm- 9pm
Newlyn Art Gallery
Free Admission

Saturday 14th May 2011
Ceramic workshop with Phoebe Cummings
10.30am- 12.30pm
Newlyn Art Gallery
Free. Booking essential (Kirsty Lowry: T 01736 363715; E kirsty.lowry@newlynartgallery.co.uk)
Work with the exhibiting artist in Down There Among the Roots as part of the Adult Learners Week.

Thursday 19th May 2011
They Looked Deeper… Down There Among the Roots
7.30pm- 9pm
Miss Peapods café, Jubilee Wharf, Penryn
Free Admission
In collaboration with Creative Skills.

Damon Taylor and Dr David Prior will discuss how Watson and Cummings investigate the passage of time in relation to specific geographic locations, and how their work reveals often overlooked aural and visual elements within the landscape.  Extending the conversation to include contributions from the audience, they will explore the use of sound in artistic practice and the possibilities of clay as an expressive medium.
Miss Peapods café will be open until 10pm, to continue the discussion further.

Speakers
Damon Taylor, Lecturer in History of Art and Design at University College Falmouth
; Dr David Prior Associate Professor of Music and Sound Art at University College Falmouth.

For the duration of the Exhibition
In the Studio Café
Newlyn Art Gallery

Activities and resources including items from the Porthcurno Telegraph Museum, a chance to see interactive sound work by young artist Bran Searle from Art Exchange and the opportunity to tweet in Morse code in collaboration with Cornwall Design Season.

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