The Falmouth Convention was a three-day conference in unconventional form, with an emphasis on exchange of views and experiences. Conceived as an international meeting of artists, curators and writers to explore the significance of time and place in relation to contemporary art and exhibition making, it was planned to respond to the situation in Cornwall and other such dispersed, rural areas. Cornwall is a remote part of England, known for the beauty of its landscape and coastline, but also an area of that has been identified by the EC as one of the poorest in Europe, with high unemployment and significant social deprivation. Read More
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Falmouth was originally called Peny-Cwm-Cuic (more affectionately, Pennycomequick), meaning ‘head of the narrow vale’. Its harbour-side location and position at the head of the River Fal have always been integral to Falmouth’s development and identity. Read More
Details of the venues around Falmouth and Cornwall that hosted events for The Falmouth Convention. Read More
A selection of the cafés and restaurants in Falmouth within walking distance of University College Falmouth’s Woodlane campus. Read More