Palace of Culture

14 June 2021 - 30 July 2021

An Arts Council Collection National Partners Programme Exhibition

 

In collaboration with V21 Artspace, Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange and Arts Council Collection have created a virtual Palace using the latest computer-generated imagery.

Step inside and explore the set created by artists Tony Crosby and Laura Drayson with 10 artworks selected by children at Newlyn School.

Participate in any one of the 11, artist-led workshops designed to stimulate both body and mind, from offset drawing with Naomi Frears or dance with Rosie Taylor-Hingston, to creative writing with Olivia Lowry. Suitable for all ages and abilities.

Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange's Exhibition Page.

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Venue: Newlyn Art Gallery & Online

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Online Exhibition

Step inside the virtual Palace of Culture below and see the works selected by the children at Newlyn School, exploring the supporting audio clips and written text. You can then go down to the Lower Gallery to watch specially created artist-led workshops in sculpture, collage, printmaking, dance, poetry, and more activities for all ages and abilities.

 

 

Click the work 'ENTER' in the image below to visit the online exhibition and follow the user tips (pictured below) to guide your way through the space.

Arts Council Collection: Palace of Culture

Troubleshooting:

- If this experience begins to lag on your devise, try reducing the size of your browser window or downscaling your screen resolution.

- Please ensure only one video screen is playing at once, as multiple screens playing can produce lag in the experience.

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