After a successful exhibition at this year's Festival Interceltique de Lorient called Celtic Myths And Legends Past And Present, the Ankemmmyn Collective are now presenting their show at Falmouth's Fish Factory until November 31.

The newly formed collective of four artists from across Cornwall were brought together to represent Cornwall at this year's internationally renowned Celtic cultural festival held annually in Lorient, Brittany.

Sophie Capron, James Eddy, Leo Sharp, and Zenna Tagney displayed their work that represents the 'breadth and depth of contemporary art in Cornwall' at the city's central gallery, alongside artists from the Isle of Mann.

For the show at the Fish Factory Art Space on Falmouth Wharves off North Parade, three more artists, Vivienne Gillard, who was the curator and art coordinator of the Lorient exhibition, John Eddy, and Kirsty Smith, who were also involved with organisation and installation in France will be joining the collective.

For further details visit the Ankemmyn Collective blog page: