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Welcome to the Whitegold Project

The next Whitegold Festival will take place on the 21st September 2019

The annual Whitegold Festival in St. Austell, Cornwall celebrates all things clay and all things creative. As well as the Festival the Whitegold Project will be creating amazing art in public spaces, working with local communities and reaching out to artists, makers and designers from across Cornwall, the UK and the world.

Contact us if you would like to get involved, join our mailing list or keep in touch on social media. We look forward to seeing you soon

 

News

Creative Front: Making Local Shops, Business and Buildings into Works of Art

Creative Front: Making L...

Free Workshop DATE: Tuesday 26 March 2019 TIME: 10.00 till 16.00 VENUE: Cornwall College Come and join us for an ... Read More
Cornish Honey Bee - become part of the art

Cornish Honey Bee –...

Whitegold and Parasite Ceramics need your help to press, paint and stamp a new artwork for St Austell. Join us ... Read More
Save the date!

Save the date!

Save the date for Whitegold 2019, September 21. Want to get involved? Contact info@whitegold.org.uk and let us know your ideas ... Read More
St Austell's green and ceramic future

St Austell’s green...

Whitegold, and the Green Futures project of St Austell Bay Economic Forum has been awarded £1.1m to re-energise St Austell and ... Read More

Festival

Save the date!

Save the date!

Save the date for Whitegold 2019, September 21. Want to get involved? Contact info@whitegold.org.uk and let us know your ideas ... Read More
Gallery 2018

Gallery 2018

Whitegold Festival 2018 What a great day ... Read More

Archive

Creative Front: Making Local Shops, Business and Buildings into Works of Art

Creative Front: Making Local Shops, Business and Buildings into Works of Art

Free Workshop DATE: Tuesday 26 March 2019 TIME: 10.00 till 16.00 VENUE: Cornwall College Come and join us for an ... Read More
Cornish Honey Bee - become part of the art

Cornish Honey Bee – become part of the art

Whitegold and Parasite Ceramics need your help to press, paint and stamp a new artwork for St Austell. Join us ... Read More
A great big thank you...

A great big thank you…

A great big, heart-felt, luxurious, generous THANK YOU to... everyone who came 'specially those who came AND got 'clay hands' ... Read More
Save the date!

Save the date!

Save the date for Whitegold 2019, September 21. Want to get involved? Contact info@whitegold.org.uk and let us know your ideas ... Read More
Gallery 2018

Gallery 2018

Whitegold Festival 2018 What a great day ... Read More
SpinDrift Dance Company perform at Whitegold

SpinDrift Dance Company perform at Whitegold

One of the performances taking place across the festival site at this year's Whitegold Festival - coming this Saturday (Sept ... Read More
St Austell Town Band Quintet

St Austell Town Band Quintet

The St Austell Town Band plays an important part in the musical life of St Austell, continuing to train young ... Read More
Our guest artist: Rosanna Martin

Our guest artist: Rosanna Martin

Guest artist talk The guest artist at this year's Whitegold Festival is Rosanna Martin. She will give a talk about ... Read More
Things to do at Whitegold

Things to do at Whitegold

We've got some wonderful workshops coming up with a wide range of hands-on playing with clay and ceramics. Local ceramic ... Read More
St Austell's green and ceramic future

St Austell’s green and ceramic future

Whitegold, and the Green Futures project of St Austell Bay Economic Forum has been awarded £1.1m to re-energise St Austell and ... Read More
Building the oven (a little film)

Building the oven (a little film)

Don't forget - you can come and help cook in the new Cornish clay oven built by Laurence Eastwood @laurencethemaverick ... Read More
A Cornish clay oven

A Cornish clay oven

We spent the weekend at Wheal Martyn Clay Works with Laurence Eastwood @laurencethemaverick creating a traditional clay oven to a ... Read More
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