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Photograph and text to advertise My Porthcurno, Community Photography competition and exhibition, running until 10 March 2019. Free led walks around the museum with resident photographer Rebecca Peters. Background image shows a beautiful shot of a light sculpture in the gardens at the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno.

Free photography walk

Free photography walk with free museum entry as part of our Community Photography Project

Sat 2 and 9 March 2019 11:00 am – 12:30pm. Meet group lead at museum reception at 11:00 am

Ways of Seeing

A guided tour around the museum’s galleries and exhibitions lead by our resident photographer Rebecca Peters. The session is being delivered as part of our Community Photography Competition and will focus on capturing the object collections and atmospheric spaces within the historic telegraph station and world war two tunnels.

The session will be very relaxed and will focus on responsive methods of photography, led by intuition and the creative eye. We invite participants to explore the collections in close detail and to look for hidden narratives and perspectives.
The session is open to all ages and abilities. You will need to bring your own camera and equipment (manual or digital photography), flash is prohibited within the galleries.

You will need to bring your own camera (smartphone or SLR) and equipment, a tripod is recommended but not essential.

If you have any specific access or support requirements, please give us a call at the time of booking to discuss your needs.

We would advise that this course is suitable for those of 16 years of age and upwards. Younger participants would require support from a parent or guardian

Refreshments will not be provided but our Café will be open.

Community Photography Competition

Our Photography Competition My Porthcurno is open until Sunday 10 March 2019. To enter go to http://bit.ly/2E50wbe

If you need more information call the museum on 01736 810 966 or email [email protected]

Museum open Sat, Sun, Mon 11:00 to 16:30 (last admission 15:30) until 31 March 2019

Museum open 7 days per week 10:00 to 17:00 (with last admission at 16:00) from 1 April 2019