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It’s time to discover what’s possible when culture, place and environment take centre stage. Together, we can leave a legacy of creative brilliance, shared humanity and collective change. Come on in. Cornwall City of Culture 2025.

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Prys yw dhe dhiskudha an pyth yw possybyl pan gemmer gonisogeth, tyller ha kerghynnedh an gwarila kresel. War-barth, y hyllyn ni gasa kemynro a vryntinses awenek, denses kevrynnys ha chanj kuntellek. Dewgh a-ji.

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A place where all are welcome
Tyller le mayth yw oll ahanowgh dynerghys

Inclusive experiences for all to engage in and wonder at

Tropical Pressure

Tropical Pressure is small and special, welcoming just 3000 ticket-holders to a stunning grassy site overlooking the sea at Porthtowan, Cornwall each July. The festival programmes 3 days of music, food and workshops that celebrate the cultures of Latin America, Africa and the Caribbean.

A good planet is hard to find

In October 2021, prior to the start of COP26, The Eden Project launched a 90-second film urging all ‘earthlings’ to come together to create a better future for the planet. The film – which features nearly 300 solar powered illuminated drones, addresses everyone from individual citizens to world leaders and asks that they take note of the final warning and call to action being issued to them.

Queer Kernow

Queer Kernow shares previously hidden or overlooked queer narratives within Cornish history, aiming to engage with the contemporary LGBTQ community and share their stories to create an ongoing legacy of queer history in Cornwall, from prehistory to the present day

Tate St Ives

Tate St Ives overlooks Porthmeor Beach in St Ives, exhibiting work by modern British artists with links to the St Ives area. The Tate also took over management of another museum in the town, the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, in 1980.

As the sea dies we die

Part of the FEAST Shout LOUDER projects created around COP26 from artists taking the opportunity to get world leaders to consider the existential threat to our planet of climate change. Sophie Miller’s project raises awareness of the damage of industrial fishing to the planet.

The Man Engine

A 40ft metal tin miner masterminded by Golden Tree Productions, commissioned by the Cornwall Mining World Heritage Site as the centrepiece of their 2016 ‘Tinth’ anniversary programme. Awarded ‘Best Arts Project 2016’ by The National Lottery, the Man Engine celebrated Cornwall’s rich mining heritage and was witnessed by nearly 150,000 people over ten days.

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CULTURE

The magic of our culture lies in our ability to connect, celebrate and find meaning in the everyday. A rich tapestry of where we’ve been, where we are, and where we hope to go, Cornish culture is for you, for me, for us – onan hag oll.

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Yma hus agan gonisogeth y’gan gallos a junya, kevewya ha kavos styr y’n bewnans dedhyek. Brithlen rych a le may feun ni, le mayth eson ni, ha le may kwaytyn ni mos, gonisogeth kernewek yw ragowgh, ragov, ragon – onan hag oll.

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