WIN A LUXURY ART HOLIDAY IN CORNWALL
To coincide with the first Penzance Art Festival in June of this year we are giving away an amazing Golden Ticket Prize for one lucky winner and a partner to win a short break in a luxury cottage on the stunning harbour at Mousehole in West Cornwall along with entry to many of the events, exhibitions and talks on during the festival.
A four night stay on the 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th June 2021, in the stunning Pender Cottage on the harbourside in the picturesque fishing village of Mousehole near Penzance courtesy of Classic Cottages.
£500 to spend on in person or online courses at Newlyn School of Art
A fantastic three course meal for two at Artist Residence restaurant in Penzance
Two tickets to be in the audience for the live Q and A between film critic Mark Kermode and Mark Jenkin, Director of the BAFTA winning film Bait after watching the film in the stunning Newlyn Filmhouse
Two tickets to the Dame Laura Knight retrospective exhibition at Penlee House Gallery and Museum
Two tickets to the live streamed Andy Warhol talk by Tate Modern curator Fiontan Moran
Two tickets to visit Newlyn Gallery and the Exchange
Deadline for entry to the prize draw will be midnight on 13th May, 2021
Terms and conditions
No cash alternative. The prize is not transferable. Dates for the four night stay to be taken on the nights of 8, 9, 10 and 11th June, 2021. The meal for two at Artist Residence is to be taken on any Sunday to Thursday in 2021. Meal reservation subject to availability we advise booking early. £500 in art courses from Newlyn School of Art can be taken at any time in 2021 or 2022 on any in person or online course. The full partners for this prize draw are Newlyn School of Art, Classic Cottages and Artist Residence. Anyone ticking any of the opt in boxes above can unsubscribe from future communication by any of the partners via their newsletters. Anyone picked as a winner who is unable to take up the prize will forfit the right to claim the prize and another winner will be picked. If a lockdown prevents the winner attending then the prize will be available to use at a later date.