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12th April 2018
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Why not spend Easter in St Ives?
23rd March 2018
We're now offering 10% off most available properties for Easter weeks between 24th March and 14th April. If you wish to take advantage of our special offers, you can do so through our website, click on the Special offer and complete the booking form. Alternatively, contact us either by email or phone. Short breaks are now available during the Easter period.
Looking for ideas to entertain the kids? Why not get creative at Leach Pottery's 'Clay Days' or at Tate St Ives' 'Tate Create' events. Whilst at the Tate check out the 'History of Modern Art in St Ives' display and new exhibition 'Virginia Woolf an exhibition inspired by her writings.' (see below for news on the exhibition). Why not make your own Easter eggs at CoCo Kitchen's chocolate workshops or join the Easter egg hunt at Paradise Park? Or if you fancy hunting down the murderer in the 'Murder Mystery Treasure Trail' pop into the Visitor Information Centre in St Ives for a pack.
Tate's new exhibition opens 10th February!
7th February 2018
The exhibition is called, 'Virginia Woolf - an exhibition inspired by her writings'. It opens on 10th February and will be presented until 29th April.
Discover art from 1850 to the present, inspired by the writing of this celebrated author
Author of classic texts including To the Lighthouse and the pioneering feminist text A Room of One's Own, Virginia Woolf spent much of her childhood in St Ives.
This exhibition is led by her writing, which will act as a prism through which to explore feminist perspectives on landscape, domesticity and identity in modern and contemporary art - with works by over 80 artists, including Laura Knight, Gwen John, Vanessa Bell, Winifred Nicholson, Sandra Blow, Barbara Hepworth, Claude Cahun and Dora Carrington.
This exhibition was made possible with a Jonathan Ruffer Curatorial Research Grant from Art Fund.
Read more about the exhibition
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