The Arts Society Truro meets once a month on the second Wednesday of each month (except for July and August) in the Mylor Theatre, Truro and Penwith College, College Way, Gloweth, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3XX.
Workshops at Truro Wool
Cornwall Garden Society lectures are held in Truro at The Alverton. They are free for members, non members are welcome, a donation is appreciated.
Free lunchtime poetry in Cafe W, Waterstones Thurs 10th Oct - Callum Mitchell Thurs 31st Oct - Pascale Petit Thurs 14th Nov - Megan Chapman All performances 12.30 - 1.50pm
All meetings will be held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, starting at 7.30pm and finishing between 9.00pm and 9.30pm. Venue: The Piran Performing Arts Centre, Truro High School For Girls TR1 2HU. Entrance and parking via Daniel Court and Daniel Street – see map below.
Algorithmic art is created using a mathematical process - a series of logical steps, known as an algorithm. Mathematical algorithms contain many surprisingly beautiful, intricate and organic patterns. October
Cornish Lithium: Exploration for a new metal in an old mining region - Lucy Crane, Cornish Lithium
Making Emmanuel Cooper: Life and Work from his Memoirs, Letters, Diaries and Interviews, is a new book edited by David Horbury and due for publication in October 2019.
The RIC lecture series is a high quality events programme featuring world-renowned speakers, showcasing academic excellence coming from both inside and outside the Royal Institution of Cornwall.
Friday 29th November 6.00pm - 7.00pm Dr. Sussan Babaie, Iranian-American art historian at the courtauld, best known for her extensive research on Persian and Islamic are of the early modern period, will be giving a talk on the collection at the museum.