Plymouth and South West schools, colleges and universities are being invited to take part in a unique multimedia project connected to one of the most high-profile works in the British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet.
From Jane Austen to Thai Chai – Plymouth University students will be showing off their artistic talents to the public at a special event this week.
Two workshops in Plymouth are designed to help your clowning performance, and can even take you over into the darkside.
The annual Plymouth University student art shows give people a unique opportunity to glimpse what is going on behind the closed doors of the university’s art studios and potentially spot the future stars of the art world. This year the Martin Bush Gallery in Plymouth’s Royal William Yard is supporting eight art students from the joint honours degree, students who are studying fine art alongside Art History.
Students wanting to take art and design A-levels will now be able to study at the South West’s specialist Art College, Plymouth College of Art.
Big wooden cable spools as tall as a person and artistically arranged in the tundra of the South Pole have been captured in photographs in the exhibition Spoolhenge, by pre-eminent New Zealand photographer Anne Noble.
Despite the closure of crafts courses across the country, Plymouth College of Art is bucking the trend with a host of new courses in contemporary crafts, which are already recruiting high student numbers, and have been welcomed by the industry.