Welcome to FEAST, making great art happen across Cornwall.

FEAST harnesses the many talents and energies of Cornwall’s artists and communities to create inspiring opportunities for people to come together and enjoy high quality arts as participants and audiences.

FEAST brings artists together with community volunteers to launch or invigorate local festivals and events. We also work with partner organisations to offer new creative ways of tackling some of the social, economic or environmental issues facing Cornwall.

We invite you to get involved as an artist, a community producer or participant. To find out how click on

How to Apply – for funding opportunities
FEAST Projects – for information on how you can get involved in FEAST projects.

 

This is why helping communities make great art matters…Claire from Wadebridge decorated her walker to be part of Bike Lights.

“Now, seeing me actively celebrating my walker as a natural part of who I am, and having fun just like everyone else, they could see that using one is only the end if you let it be that in your head. So it seems that those little strings of sparkling lights have somehow had the power to change people’s lives.”

Brilliant!!

 

Take a look at our great Any Resemblance films, a Cornwall Brittany collaboration here. 20 Cornish and 20 Breton businesses talk about how enterprise can thrive in our two regions on the edge of Europe. Beautiful and different, the films show how you can succeed not despite a place but because of it.

 

 


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Feast Cornwall shared Helston Museum's . ...

The Serpentine Turner is a new play set on the Lizard Peninsula. Following a first reading at Falmouth Art Gallery in January of this year, the script development stage is being supported by Feast Cornwall, Arts Council England and Cornwall Council. As part of the play's development, Cake productions are holding a number of script reading sessions with people from the general community to get feedback on how the script can be developed. Individuals will take part by reading a role (no acting involved!) if they wish. So far they have held readings with Culdrose Community Centre mother and toddler group and also Gweek Players. Come along, take part in the reading or just enjoy being part of the audience and giving us feedback. Whichever you prefer, we would love to see you there! Thursday 30th June 7:00pm at Helston Museum FREE www.facebook.com/events/820076914789727/