A FALMOUTH arts group that normally meets fortnightly is co-hosting its second online event with a Welsh collective.

Pop Up Arts Fair Falmouth usually holds events every two weeks at Toast in the town, but has gone online since the coronavirus restrictions came into place.

This second online arts fair is has invited a Cardiff-based art group, Arthole, to act as co-host.

Frank Pellow, from Pop Up Arts Fair Falmouth, said: "We are each supplying half the sellers. I thought this would broaden the amount of people who would hear about it and also mean that the very least our sellers could expect was to make connections to other creatives working elsewhere.

"We are running a 'There's Something About Falmouth' themed drawing competition, which is going to be judge by the Falmouth Mayor.

"I've also set up a 'There's Something About Cardiff' competition, which will be judged by the Cardiff Mayor.

"We are going to open that up a few days before the fair to encourage as many entries as possible. The intention is to get people to draw something from the towns which they feel passionately about.

"There are going to be more activities and interactive stuff going on during the arts fair, as that was the most successful element of the previous edition.

"Leah is doing blind portraits of people – she doesn't look at what she is drawing – Rhianna is doing mini commissions of pets, Sam is streaming a live drawing and Kara is doing an embroidery piece which will be influenced by suggestions and comments.

"Finally I have got Olympic Gold Medal Cyclist Elinor Barker doing a Spotify playlist for people to listen to as they interact and browse the market."

The latest event will be held from 3pm to 5pm on Easter Sunday, April 12, at www.instagram.com/popupartsfairfalmouth/