Sea shanties, fishermen’s voices and the sounds of a day at sea all feature in a new interactive art exhibit designed to give a voice to marginalised fishing communities.
We The People Are The Work is a major visual arts project in Plymouth that will explore ideas of power, protest and the public. Presented by Plymouth Visual Arts Programming Group and curated by Simon Morrissey, director of Foreground, the project will bring six internationally acclaimed artists from the UK, Canada, France and Mexico to Plymouth to create new artworks inspired by the city’s rich heritage, its people, and their aspirations for the future.
‘Red Earth Under My Nails’ is the title of a new solo exhibition at THG (Thelma Hulbert Gallery) in Honiton, featuring the work of artist Frances Hatch.
With our correspondents engaging in culturally enriching activities, we’ve decided to Grand Tour it ourselves for a few weeks.
But that doesn’t mean our cultural world has ground to a halt, far from it.
The Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) has been awarded a significant grant from Arts Council England.
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In 1888/9 in Arles in the South of France, Vincent van Gogh painted several versions of one of the most famous paintings ever made – his Sunflowers.
A selection of works showcasing visions of the past, present and future have gone on show as part of the second Plymouth Contemporary.