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One of the later Japanese potters to work at the Leach is celebrated with a show celebrating the East-West flow of ideas began by Bernard Leach during the early 20th century.
Curators say Making the Line, which will take work by four leading ceramicists to a trio of historic venues, is unlike anything ever previously attempted at a museum.
An amazing project to reconstruct an ancient boat, carried out using Bronze Age axeheads and prehistoric techniques in Cornwall, could see the vessel launch this week.
Excavators believed they have found Sir James Tillie's body, buried in his best clothes alongside books, wine and his pipe 300 years ago, in a hidden vault.
Tate St Ives kicks off the 2013 centenary of the birth of painter William Scott with a series of thematic rooms exploring his morphological shifts between genres.
Fire, candlelight, a choir performance and an enormous sculpture of an elephant as one of Cornwall's best-loved historic sites celebrates Museums at Night in style.
"Hackable" table-tennis games, Arctic gnomes and a trip to Ecuador in our pick of seven Science and Nature exhibitions to keep an eye on this December.
A Halloween special Curator's Choice sees Graham King of the Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, Cornwall explain the strange allure of Cecil Williamson’s Dark Mirror.
Jamie Maddison continues his journey across the Mining Heritage Landscape of Cornwall by following an audio trail that uncovers the story of Botallack Mine, St Just.
Artist Kurt Jackson has attempted to photograph every bull in the West Cornwall parish of St Just as part of a new exhibition exploring the treasures of the area.
Jamie Maddison downloads an audio trail from Cornish Mining World Heritage to step back in time amidst the engine houses of the Basset Mines.
Cornish Mining World Heritage have developed and published a new set of free audio trails that bring the history, people and places within the UNESCO World Heritage site to life.
Ben Ainslie's boat, Rita, will be at the National Maritime Museum for the rest of the year, rivalled by a Grenadan team flag gifted to the Horsham Museum.
A small Bronze Age pottery sherd, currently on display at the National Maritime Museum in Cornwall, could be the earliest representation of a boat ever found in the UK.
Jamie Maddison takes an audio tour round Tavistock with the help of a podcast developed by Cornish Mining World Heritage.