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Cornwall College Students Commemorate 100 years

Carpentry and Art & Design students have created an incredible installation display on the campus grounds in respect of those that fell during the first World War.

The A-level students involved also created a wall of poppies, where staff and students could add paper poppies with a personal message to a wall display.

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Triple title win for Tim

Idle Rocks, St Mawes Sous Chef, Tim Kendall has cooked up a storm at the South West Chef of the year’s 15th Anniversary competition, bringing home three awards.

 

The former Cornwall College St Austell student walked away with the South West Professional Chef of the Year, South West Chef of the Year 2018 (overall) and Best Presentation.

This annual competition allows its competitors to implement their skills, knowledge and creativity whilst using the best seasonal produce from the South West.

South West Chef of the Year is open to culinary enthusiasts and contains five classes; Professional, Young Professional, Student Chef, Home Cook and Junior. The competition demonstrates the talent and quality the region has to offer and the judges this year included chefs such as Michael Caines MBE, Nathan Outlaw and Paul Ainsworth.

The Pete Project

The aim of the trial is to investigate the potential for intelligent household technologies to provide a balancing service to the electricity grid. The individual sites will be connected, via a unique intelligent function of the hot water tanks and batteries, to the Cloud, where their output will be aggregated to provide a capacity to the grid.

 

CALL for Volunteers at St Austell Torchlight Carnival 2018

Posted by St. Austell Torchlight Carnival 2018 on Tuesday, 16 October 2018

Expressions of Interest Invited for a Whitegold Arts Programme Curator

Expressions of Interest are Invited for a Whitegold Arts Programme Curator

This two-year self-employed, part-time role will support SABEF to develop and implement its Whitegold artistic Plan for St Austell Bay.

Working with local artists and the cultural sector of Cornwall the role will be expected to take the initial concept plans and establish a series of Ceramic Arts installations at key strategic sites in the area.

The project plan will need to complement the Horticultural Curator charged with developing the Greening Master plan to ensure both the Greening and Whitegold Plans are delivered successfully.

The successful candidate will be tasked with engaging beyond St Austell to establish collaborative working relationship with the City of Stoke. In particular, the potential to establish a formal link to the British Ceramic’s Biennial and the work of Stoke Council.

Finally, the post holder will develop the potential for St Austell to establish an International Ceramics prize.

Full details can be found at the link below;

SABEF Whitegold Arts Programme Curator_Expressions of Interest

Expressions of Interest Invited for a Greening Programme Curator

Expressions of Interest Invited for a Greening Programme Curator

The two-year programme will enhance the landscape, transform spaces and stimulate economic growth by attracting new visitors, new investment and make the area an attractive place to live and work.

This two-year self-employed, part-time role will support SABEF to develop and implement its Greening Plan for St Austell Bay.

Working with the master planning team the role will be expected to take the initial concept plans to establish greening installations at key strategic sites in the area.

This role will complement the Whitegold Arts Curator charged with delivering the Whitegold Arts Programme to ensure both the Greening and Whitegold Plans are delivered successfully.

 

Full application details can be found at the link below;

SABEF Greening Curator_Expressions of Interest

 

Expressions of Interest Invited for a Coastal Communities Fund Project Manager

Expressions of Interest Invited for a Coastal Communities Fund Project Manager

SABEF is looking for an individual to manage the Project. This two-year, self-employed part-time role will support SABEF to develop and implement its Green and Whitegold master plan. 

 

The successful candidate will be tasked with engaging partners, stakeholders and local communities to establish collaborative working relationship.

 

Working closely with the project team, master plan team and curators to deliver the project.

Full application details can be found in the link below;

SABEF CCF Project Manager_Expressions of Interest

Whitegold Festival of Clay is a Huge Success

The 3rd Whitegold festival gold was a huge success for everyone involved.

Hundreds of people turned up to celebrate all that is clay, as the whitegold festival 2018 got under way.

James Staughton from St Austell Brewery and Gary King the Lord Mayor of St Austell opened the festival by welcoming everyone to join in the fun packed day.

Music, Food, Art, Crafts, Poppy making, Dancing and Pop up Art Galleries were just some of the activities happening in St Austell during the event.

 

 

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