10 March 2021
Time to be confirmed closer to the date
This talk discusses the transition of St Ives from an un-picturesque failing industrial town to a prime tourist destination, greatly facilitated by the arrival of artists and the railway.
David Tovey has been an independent art historian specialising in Cornish Art for several years now. In this talk, he draws on examples from his book St Ives (1869-1930) the artists and the community.
This event has been organised by the South West regional committee and the University of Exeter's Penryn Campus Geography Group.
Featured image: Bartlett, Hauling Lances, No 2, 1884
[Postponed] An exhibition of a selection of the captivating photographs which were shortlisted for Earth Photo 2020.
2 December 2020
[Online] There are over 250 lost or ruined churches and religious remains in Norfolk. Illustrating these with his sublime photographs, Clive will gives us a tour of these wonderful structures.
9 March 2021
[Online] A careers webinar with insights and advice from professional geographers working in the sector.
10 March 2021
17 March 2021
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