The Arts Society West Cornwall

Our Society brings people together through a shared curiosity for the arts. Our events provide welcoming places to hear expert lecturers share their specialist knowledge about the arts. Our members contribute to and preserve our artistic heritage through volunteering and grants. Our work creates a better, healthier and more connected society.

Every year we hold a wide ranging and fascinating programme of lectures, visits, workshops and social events. We are not a society of artists or craftspeople, but of people who share a curiosity for the arts. Our members (who do include artists and craftspeople) are interested in all art-related disciplines including painting, sculpture, music, literature, ceramics, and architecture. We try and ensure that the programme has something of interest to everyone and with such a committed and enthusiastic membership there’s always something new and exciting going on!

Live lectures take place in main theatre at the Zennor Building at Penwith College. Doors open at 6:45pm - 7:30pm talk commences.

We welcome guests at our lectures and we’d love to see you. You can see the upcoming lectures and book tickets herehttps://buytickets.at/theartssocietywestcornwall

Please look through our Gallery of photographs from past events and check out our upcoming events.  

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TO JOIN OUR LOCAL SOCIETY for 2022, you can use our ONLINE MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM

 Membership rates are :

single £55

joint at same address £100

students £21

  • *A single guest tickets can be purchased via ticket tailor, see link above.

TO JOIN PLEASE CONTACT THE SOCIETY

LOCATION

Zennor Building, Penwith College
St Clare
Penzance
United Kingdom

TR18 2SA

MEETING TIMES

7.30pm - 2nd Thursday of the month


Society Belongs to the SOUTH WEST area

EVENTS

10
February
2022
Penzance
Penwith College, Zennor Building,
TR18 2SA

The fascinating story of the art of book binding is a complex craft, as enchanting and beguiling today as it was 2000 years ago.

23
February
2022

St. Hilary Church, Grade I listed building, the churchyard being a scheduled Ancient Monument with Cornish Crosses.