4000 Years in the Making

Through this contemporary craft exhibition artist Helen Marton endeavours to communicate archaeology in a unique way. The works on display respond directly to significant archaeological finds discovered at Tremough in Penryn, Cornwall. Several of the objects found at the site will be on display alongside distinctive hybrid craftworks where Helen uses a range of traditional and digital techniques to explore the archaeology of the site. Her works reveal much about the use of technologies over time, whilst provoking insights into the lives of our prehistoric ancestors.

Suitable for
Any age

Admission
Under 16’s go FREE. Adults: £5.50 for a day pass (tickets include a £1 voluntary donation).

Website
http://www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk/exhibition/4000-years-making


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