A great last day: super workshop with 28 pupils from St Uny in Carbis Bay, who made us some excellent graphic scores that we really enjoyed playing (photos below).
Then we were joined by Judy Harington from Plymouth College of Art, who brought in energy & many ideas & helped us realise Rachel's concept of stringing canvas panels through the space, recalling sails, the washing that using to be hung out on the Island & at the Harbour, as well as more immediate artistic surfaces. This was the setting for our penultimate performance; we finished things off in Cellar 4, culminating in a ritual cutting of threads & an outing to a 4hr Frug session enjoyed by all.
Photos below, plus some audio from the 3pm performance here (2nd session to come in due course). Once we've returned, we'll post a number of unpublished photos, videos & audio int he following weeks, but for now, a big thank you from me to all the collaborators - Gary, Sarah, Clare (& also her partner Iain), Nina & Rachel, as well as to our workshop participants, the communities of St Ives who have adopted us into their activities, & finally to Chris Hibbert of Porthmeor Studios & the Borlase Smart John Wells Trust, whose interest & enthusiasm allows this project to exist in an amazing building, & to the artists & fishermen of Porthmeor who have made us feel so welcome.