Young Plymouth Arts Centre are offering up their response to the British Art Show 7’s entry to and departure from the city with their Then There Was Sky… exhibition.
Do you have a special tune as you boogie down Plymouth’s Armada Way? Sound artist Neil Rose will conduct a survey of how people navigate Plymouth while listening to music.
To navigate a few of the less travelled currents of Plymouth’s involvement in the British Art Show 7, there’s the comfily titled Come To Ours, which in its own words is ‘a programme of activity and events that celebrates and showcases the work of both emerging and established artists and curators.
Internationally renowned British sculptor, Brian Griffiths, is taking to the stage at Plymouth College of Art on Tuesday 14 June 14 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm to provide an exclusive insight into his spectacular three dimensional work.
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.