The enduring influence of William Shakespeare will be celebrated through a series of musical performances, films and talks at Plymouth University.
A series of striking paintings from cultural icon Bob Dylan have been released as signed limited edition graphics by the UK’s leading fine art publisher, Washington Green.
The Thelma Hulbert Gallery has been Highly Commended for its contribution to the 2015 Get Creative Family Arts Festival, with its event Harrison’s Garden Halloween Spectacular.
Visitors to Sir Francis Drake’s former home Buckland Abbey in Devon can now see a newly identified portrait of the Elizabethan seafarer on public display for the first time.
Cathryn Bishop, the founder and director of Cornish Interiors, has been appointed as Programme Leader for Plymouth College of Art’s new BA (Hons) Interior Decoration, Design and Styling degree.
The Exeter Spacex is celebrating closure and reflecting on 40 year of Spacex success in the city, and it all takes place on April 2.
Internationally renowned potter John Pollex is exhibiting at Plymouth’s 45 Southside Gallery this spring.
Exeter collector Heather Coleman has turned her passion for old clay tobacco pipes into a business and now supplies crafted clay pipes worldwide for television, film and theatre.
Emma Grzonkowski will be making a guest appearance at an Exeter gallery this February to unveil a newly curated exhibition of her work.
Plymouth College of Art has appointed Jamie Billing as Programme Leader for its new BA (Hons) Design programme. Jamie, who was born in Cornwall and now lives in Saltash, has worked as a consultant in product design, graphics, branding and new media for clients such as The British Museum and Nestlé, was previously Senior Lecturer in Product Design at Nottingham Trent University and graduated from MA Industrial Design at Central St Martins in 2001.
Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Forestry Commission England announce the second edition of Jerwood Open Forest, an exceptional opportunity for visual artists to propose ideas for a major new £30,000 commission to be realised anywhere within England’s Public Forest Estate, supported by Arts Council England.
Ambitious plans have been unveiled by the Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) to transform its front area into a community garden, rich in biodiversity. THG is planning to create a ‘pocket park’ for community use.
Art lovers flocked to the opening of the new South West Academy exhibition at East Devon’s popular Thelma Hulbert Gallery.
Plymouth has taken a major step towards securing over £4 million in capital investment from Arts Council England for a world class exhibition space in the new History Centre.
The National Gallery has announced the acquisition of the oil painting Road in the Village of Baldersbrønde (Winter Day) by Laurits Andersen Ring.
The National Gallery and the Art Fund have announced that Ferens Art Gallery, Hull and Auckland Castle, Bishop Auckland are the latest organisations set to benefit from two new fully funded curatorial traineeships.
Fans of The Force can battle it out to get their hands on an exclusive range of Star Wars artwork available at Castle Fine Art, Exeter as the fight against the evil Empire comes to the high street.
The chair of Arts Council England is backing a practical guide to help arts and cultural venues become more accessible for people who are living with dementia and their loved ones.
Citizen Mars follows five hopefuls as they look to the future that could see them become the first colonists on Mars.
It’s all seems very sci fi, but the people are very real with their own story to tell about what’s compelling them to reach for the stars.
The five characters are Sue Ann from Los Angeles; Mido from Cairo; Adriana from Cape Town; Shradha from Coimbatore, India; Pietro from Trieste, Italy.
The project is being organised by the Netherlands-based not-for-profit Mars One group, who aims to have the first humans set foot on Mars in 2023.
Watch the film, and revel in the humanity of those looking to space.
Eight third year BA (Hons) Contemporary Crafts students from Plymouth College of Art have worked together to curate Echo, a public exhibition of work from the Crafts Council Collection, in The Gallery at the college.
Alan Cotton, one of Britain’s most distinguished landscape painters, will be talking about his life as an artist at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery on Wednesday 30 September at 6.30pm.
Nearly 100 new students aged 18 and over, from Plymouth College of Art’s Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, visited Looe Beach to work together creating sand sculptures as part of their induction to the college.