Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Thurs 9 May Event - A Postcard to Penzance (The Exchange)

  The Exchange Gallery is hosting a series of events to encourage thinking about Penzance's future.  It kicks off this Thursday 6-8pm. Booking is essential but very simple - follow the link in the text below (taaken from the Exchange website)

This event is open to the public generally.  It is important that businesses, and especially Town Centre businesses, are well represented.

See below for details.

 From the Exchange website (click here):

Accompanying Patrick Lowry's American Dream, A Postcard To Penzance is a fond love-letter to our town. Penzance residents are invited to contribute to a positive conversation and write a postcard (draw a plan, sketch a thought..)  with ideas, dreams, wishes and ambitions for Penzance’s future, for exhibition on the Ramp Wall of The Exchange and for the attention of policy makers. 

Ideas can also be sent to info@newlynartgallery.co.uk  
A series of events throughout the summer and beyond, supported by Feast, kicks off with:  

Opening Debate: The Exchange, Thursday 9th May, 6 - 8pm
An optimistic panel discussion in which everyone with a view on the regeneration of Penzance is invited to contribute. Guest speakers include Sarah Gaventa and Alan Boldon who will present case studies offering new thinking on the issues blighting British towns. They will be followed by local speakers with a Penzance perspective, and then the floor will be opened up to positive discussion. You are invited to bring and share your suggestions, dreams and aspirations for the future of Penzance. 

Free, booking essential via eventbrite   Follow the event on our Facebook page
This event is supported by First Great Western

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