Bryan Pearce’s life and work in a retrospective that explores his unique eye within the context of the Modernist art movement that emerged in Cornwall in the middle of the last century.
Bronze Age Gold from the collection of the British Museum and Royal Institution of Cornwall.
A visual journey along the river from Falmouth to Truro by award winning Cornish-based artist Andrew Barrowman, capturing the changing light and landscapes on his travels.
Work by graduating students of the BA(Hons) & Foundation Degree Art & Design Practice programmes at Cornwall College; ceramics, painting & textiles that is in part a response to the museum collection.
Quilts and textile art reflecting pandemic life and the importance of maintaining a public healthcare for all.
Exploring the life, travels and memories of Lady Graves Sawle, a pioneering and unconventional Victorian.
The Edith Williams collection is very fragile and vulnerable to light, so is not able to be on display very often. We're delighted to now have digital 3D scans of Edith Williams' trousseau from the late 19th century, which are featured in this online exhibition thanks to Cornwall Museums Partnership and Art Fund.
An online collection which outlines how Cornwall is coping with the COVID-19. Browse the collection and learn how to get involved.