"Who sees the human face correctly: the photographer, the mirror, or the painter?" Pablo Picasso
Being creative is an act of imagination and expression which can help some people to find a voice. The art of an autistic person gives an insight into their unique perception of the world.
A major new exhibition at ShelterBox Disaster Relief Visitor Centre in Truro
Learn all about the Cornish Astronomer and mathematician John Couch Adams in our new spotlight exhibition. This exhibition celebrates the life and work of John Couch Adams featuring his own telescope and a portrait of Adams that has recently been restored.
Bruce McLean is one of the major figures of contemporary British Art. Born in 1944 he studied at Glasgow School of Art (1961-63) and at St. Martin’s in London (1963-66), where he was taught by Sir Anthony Caro, Phillip King, Bill Tucker, Isaac Witkin and Peter Atkins.
Truro Cathedral has one of the finest organs in the country. Built by Father Willis specifically to for the acoustic of the building; it's range, depth and power are truely awe inspiring. Recitals occur Friday lunchtimes from March until October June
With live music and theatre shows, Truro's new independent grass roots venue boasts a killer line-up of events. Here is June's offering:
Truro Wool is the place in Truro to get your wool supplies. They also host a range of in house workshops.
Do you love museums? Are you aged between 8 and 14 years?If so, the new RCM Museum Club may be just the thing for you! Run on the 3rd Sunday of each month - £3 per session.
Every Sunday until mid-September, a different brass band from Cornwall performs in the bandstand. Sunday 16th June - Newquay Town Band Sunday 23rd June - Truro City Band Sunday 30th June - West Cornwall Concert Band