The Falmouth Convention was a three-day conference in unconventional form, with an emphasis on exchange of views and experiences. Conceived as an international meeting of artists, curators and writers to explore the significance of time and place in relation to contemporary art and exhibition making, it was planned to respond to the situation in Cornwall and other such dispersed, rural areas.
The original content of The Falmouth Convention website is retained here and it also hosts records of and responses to the Convention. For background information about Falmouth, the venues and organisations that hosted the Convention, see About, for detailed information about the content of the Convention see Programme, for information about participants see Speakers, for transcripts or recordings of selected contributions and reports on the field trips see Record, and for feedback from participants see Responses.
See also The Penzance Convention and The Cornwall Workshop.
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