Opportunity to expand the conversations around contemporary Cornish cultural identities.
The MESKLA | Brewyon Drudh symposium is produced in partnership with Lowender Peran, it provides the opportunity to further expand the conversations around contemporary Cornish cultural identities, with speakers Libita Sibungu – artist and recipient of the 2022 Arts Foundation Future Award, Dr Shelley Trower – researcher and writer of Rocks of Nation: The Imagination of Celtic Cornwall (2015), Angeline Morrison – songwriter, vocalist and recipient of the Christian Raphael Prize, and Francesca Rowse – photographer and creator of MAIDS fashion & identity workshops.
Presentations and conversations will be chaired by Dr Angela Piccini of the Association of the Unknown Shores and BuTCH/*.The Lowender Peran Festival is a celebration of Cornish culture and its Celtic connections, exploring Cornwall’s wider international links and bringing communities together in a spirit of cultural exchange.
“We’re delighted to be hosting the MESKLA |Brewyon Drudh Symposium, a natural fit as we consider contemporary Cornish culture and identity, and what it means to be Cornish today.” Jowdy Davey, director Lowender Peran.The symposium will be followed by a preview of the MESKLA | Brewyon Drudh exhibition in-progress at Krowji, and a Lowender Peran Celtic music session at Stones Café with a rubbish-sculpture making table available for you to make your own contributions to the MESKLA | Brewyon Drudh exhibition.
**TICKETS – £5.50 with a limited number of fee-free tickets available for those with low incomes or currently claiming benefits.**
A light lunch is included in the ticket price, once you have booked please be sure to let us know of any dietary requirements by emailing [email protected]