Jovan Nicholson at the Poly

Thursday 22nd June 7.30pm
The Poly
Tickets £5

A special talk by Jovan Nicholson, grandson of Ben and Winifred Nicholson, art historian and curator of the Liberation of Colour exhibition at Falmouth Art Gallery.


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Free talks by Joanna Mattingly

This series of free talks are by local historian Joanna Mattingly and take place here at Falmouth Art Gallery.

Wednesday 24th May 6-8pm 'A Short History of Tea Cosies' with examples. Course number C3528665

Wednesday 14th June 6-8pm 'The Joy of Stuff - Identifying and Dating Historic Objects'. Course number C3528667

All the above are free but you will need to book by calling the WEA Exeter Office 01392 457300 and quoting the relevant course number.


The town's collection comprises of over 2,000 works of art. Due to our size we are only able to display a selection at any one time. This doesn't stop you from viewing your favourite painting however! Where staffing allows we are very happy to offer you an art store visit.

Just ask.

Store visits

Sketch club

Become the latest member of Sketch Club and refine your drawing talents.

Wednesday 17th May 10-11am

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Cemetery pop up tours

Falmouth cemetery, above Swanpool beach, is the final home to over 20 Falmouth artists. Among them rest Henry Scott Tuke, Charles Napier Hemy and Sophie Anderson who are Falmouth Art Gallery artists. Glyn Winchester will be running pop up talks and tours, revealing interesting facts and snippets about the artists' colourful lives.

Please contact the gallery if you would like an organised group tour. 01326 313863