Opening the Sculpture season in The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, good things come… is a new exhibition curated by Liverpool-based artist and curator Kevin Hunt, in collaboration with The Gallery’s exhibitions manager, Hannah Jones. Bringing together over 35 sculptural works by 17 artists, the exhibition tackles the themes of time and scale implied by the dual readings of the titular phrase.
Whether you’re into Shakespeare or not, he has provided the stimulus for a lot of music over the last 400 years.
Students and academics from Plymouth University will work alongside iconic names from UK music and design to create two highly original, participatory events during London Craft Week.
The Red House, designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and home to Plymouth School of Creative Arts, has been shortlisted in the final six for the prestigious international Architects’ Journal AJ100 Building of the Year award, the authoritative study of business of architecture, alongside buildings such as Buenos Aires Ciudad Casa de Gobierno, the offices of the President of Argentina.
Peninsula Arts in conjunction with Suzanne Sparrow Language School mounted a delightful tribute to William Shakespeare, 400 years to the day after his death, as part of the current celebrations happening around the country, and at Plymouth University.
Art Week Exeter (AWE) is an exciting new arts event in the city, sharing work from international and homegrown artists, grassroots initiatives, cutting edge collectives, and brand new ventures.
The enduring influence of William Shakespeare will be celebrated through a series of musical performances, films and talks at Plymouth University.