Creative Conservation: Art Exhibition & Charity Fundraiser | Sun 18th Feb ’24

Monday January 29, 2024

Creative Cornwall – a dynamic collective of artists, musicians, writers, filmmakers, and creatives – & The Welloe are thrilled to announce an exclusive event, “Creative Conservation,” set to take place at The Welloe on Sunday, February 18th – International Whale Day.
Inspired by spotting a baby humpback on one of the weekly creative walks, the event is an effort to contribute to marine conservation. Creative Cornwall is producing this event to raise funds for the CWT (Cornwall Wildlife Trust) and Seaquest. The collective is generously donating original ocean and whale inspired artworks created by its members, with all proceeds from the art sales directly benefiting the vital conservation efforts led by CWT and Seaquest.
Bafta & Emmy award-winning cinematographer Ian Mccarthy will deliver an incredible whale-inspired talk, and there will be inspirational readings, live music and incredible art on display.
Not only a great opportunity to celebrate what we can achieve as a creative community when we come together, but also a chance to network and make new friends.
We encourage you to try some fantastic food & delicious drinks during your visit, and behold the stunning views from the many incredible vantage points available, gazing out to sea & wondering what you might see.  Complete with a fabulous atmosphere, chilled out vibes, and the opportunity to walk away with some mesmerizing local artwork, today will be a day truly well spent.
*FREE ENTRY.  *Family and friends are welcome, sandy paws too.


Follow the above QR code for prints of the recently sighted baby humpback in Cornwall, available to purchase, alongside other prints of Cornish seascapes. All proceeds will go to Cornwall Wildlife Trust.

Photographer/artist: Jason Prince.


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The Welloe, Praa Sands, Penzance TR20 9TQ

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