First Wave Artventures

 Frottage and Mono Printing created whilst on a First Wave Artventure 

Frottage and Mono Printing created whilst on a First Wave Artventure 

 Poetry, Painting and Ceramics inspired from a First Wave Artventure 

Poetry, Painting and Ceramics inspired from a First Wave Artventure 

Why not combine an experience of the atlantic ocean with the expression of art? 

The week can range from day visits to ;

The Eden Project, Tate St. Ives, The Kurt Jackson Foundation, St Michael's Mount, University College Falmouth, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Great Western Beach.

An introduction to the Cornish Art scene on arrival is combined with the opportunity to take part in a surfing lesson. Or perhaps you are working on a particular module and you want to make studio links? Annie-May will be happy to suggest and design a trip for your group. 

 

Our background in Art Education: 

Annie-May completed an MA in Gallery and Museum Education at The Institute of  Education London, before qualifying as a Secondary School Art Teacher. With over 10 years experience of delivering art projects and several years as a Head of Art  and Design at secondary level, which lead to her Pearson Teaching Award in 2015; she would be delighted to talk about your classroom project and how the inspiring Cornish landscape and culture can assist your group. 

Let us bespoke an Art trip for your group

 

Here is a sample of our favourite quotes from the students: 

What were the best bits: 

Painting on the beach because it was quite chilled and a lovely end to the week 

Waking up to the sound of the sea every morning is pretty special 

Falmouth University Challenged what I wanted to do with my life 

Creating art work in response to a surfing lesson 

The amout of trips we packed into one week 

St Ives because it was quaint and I loved the art and sculpture gardens 

Panting on the beach and the lost gardens of Heligan 

St Michaels because it was peaceful being able to draw and paint freely 

Knowing that I was standing in the same spot as Barbra Hepworth 

Why do you think an art trip is important? 

 

Because it allows more experiences of different environments and exposes you to more art 

The cornish art scene is so famous its was great to feel apart of its history and experience its uniqueness 

To draw things first hand and do extensive research 

It gives you a chance to get first hand research and drawings from environments you wouldn’t normally come into contact with 

Research and group bonding 

 The Accommodation 

The Accommodation 

 The Eden Project 

The Eden Project 

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 Beach BBQ Painting Session at Great Western Beach 

Beach BBQ Painting Session at Great Western Beach