Port Isaac, Otterham, Boscastle, St.Teath, St.Breward, Tintagel, Camelford and Delabole; all of these primary schools with their communities are involved in putting on the Journeys Arts Festival at Sterts on July 14th.
The work started in February and since then 180 artist led workshops have taken place in primary schools across North Cornwall, involving visual art, music, literacy, dance, theatre and film. The pupils’ hard work from the six month period will be unveiled at the Festival for all to celebrate and enjoy, and will be displayed alongside Jane Darke’s work (“The Wrecking Season”, “The Art of Catching Lobsters”), on a boat and toured around schools in North Cornwall and after the Festival at Tregona Chapel, St Eval.
On the night, the children will be performing at Sterts alongside The Cheap Dance Company, The Grenaways, Wildwood Kin and Boscastle Buoys.
For a taste of the children’s talent, watch their fundraising video on the Moor and Coastal Partnership website