Handmade glass and ceramic artwork inspired by nature: Emerging Natural Beauty in Ocean Studios, Plymouth

Three BA (Hons) Ceramics & Glass students from Plymouth College of Art have collaborated to create Emerging Natural Beauty, an exhibition of handmade glass and ceramic artwork inspired by nature, which will take place at Ocean Studios, Royal William Yard, from 12 April to 15 April 2017.

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Artists are invited to submit work to national platform for contemporary visual arts

First held in 2006, the Exeter Contemporary Open is one of the UK’s most prominent regional contemporary art competitions, culminating in an annual exhibition at Exeter Phoenix, the South West’s foremost multi-artform venue and exhibition centre. Exeter Contemporary Open provides an important national platform for contemporary visual art with an emphasis on supporting new and emerging talent alongside more established artists.

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How arts can give more people a seat at the table? Plymouth academic says arts can give voice to issues

Problems of food waste, poor nutrition and associated social issues are ever-present throughout the UK and beyond.

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UAP and artist Judy Watson deliver major artwork for QAGOMA

A large-scale bronze sculpture by Indigenous Australian artist Judy Watson recently fabricated by creative studio UAP, is now on public display at the entrance to the Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) in Queensland, Australia.

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Barnstaple’s White Moose Gallery receives Arts Council England grant for Marcus Lanyon’s ‘Age of Panic’ exhibition and youth workshops

Contemporary art gallery White Moose, based in Barnstaple, has just been awarded a grant of just under £15,000 by the Arts Council England National Lottery fund. The money will enable White Moose – co-owned by Julie Gavin and Stella Levy – to commission ground-breaking artist Marcus Lanyon to create his first solo show, a thought provoking and at times disturbing, exhibition ‘Age of Panic.’

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