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Talks that Catherine has researched and written for various organisations include:

Public Lecture: Alfred De Pass 1861 - 1952  ‘A Life of Giving’ His Art donations to Public Collections in the South West and London from 1898 - 1947 for the Art Fund at Epiphany House, Truro, October 2016

Public Lecture: The Sunshine Painter: The Art and Life of Henry Scott Tuke for the Newlyn Arts Festival at The Centre, Newlyn, October 2016

Public Lecture: Dame Laura Knight RA at Truro Community Library, Truro, September 2016

Public Lecture: Rural Realism The Influence of Jules Bastien-Lepage on the Newlyn School Artists and their International contemporaries for the Friends of Penlee House, Penzance, March 2016

Public Lecture: Falmouth Maritime Masters: Hemy, Tuke and Ingram at The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society, Falmouth, November 2015

Public Lecture: Cornwall as an Inspiration for Henry Scott Tuke for the St. Ives September Festival at Porthmeor Studios, St. Ives, September 2015

Public Lecture: The Sunshine Painter: The Art and Life of Henry Scott Tuke at The Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick, Scotland April 2015

In 2009 Catherine became a NADFAS lecturer and has considerable experience in giving illustrated talks and gallery tours. She has given numerous slide and power point lectures on aspects of Cornish Art.

Exhibitions that Catherine has researched, organised and curated as a freelancer include:

Researched  and co-curated exhibition 'Poems, Plays and Fairytales: Literary-Inspired works by Newlyn Artists'  June - September 2013 for Penlee House Gallery and Museum

Researched and curated the re-dsiplay of the Art collection at Torre Abbey, Torquay as part of the Phase II development including displays focusing on Frederick Thrupp (1812 - 1895). On view from Summer 2013.

Catching the Light: A Retrospective of Henry Scott Tuke 10 May - 12 July 2008 Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro

Catching the Light: The Sunshine Paintings of Henry Scott Tuke, 3 May - 12 July 2008, Falmouth Art Gallery

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