Race, Place & Diversity by the Seaside | Suki Dhanda The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, ‘Race, Place & Diversity by the Seaside – 22 March 2018
British Asian photographer Suki Dhanda, whose portraits of subjects for The Observer and The Guardian include Blue Planet presenter Sir David Attenborough, actress Karen Gillan (Guardians of the Galaxy), former Prime Minister Tony Blair, singer and actress Rihanna, and artist Yoko Ono, returned to the South West art college where she began her photography journey, with a new exhibition commissioned by The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, ‘Race, Place & Diversity by the Seaside’. The exhibition will be open to the public until 22 March 2018.
Plymouth College of Art’s end of year showcase, which runs from Saturday 11 June toFriday 24 June 2016, sees the college transform from a vibrant workshop and studio complex into a dynamic, public showcase for new work in art, craft, design and digital media.
Jordan Baraniecki is an artist who explores the relationship between material and paper through his drawings. He lives in Canada, and we got in touch to find out more about his work and how artists have the responsibility to raise questions
It’s always good to catch up with artists, and since we were last in touch with etch photographer Lisa Garness Mallory, she’s been featured on Public Broadcasting Television and further developed her style.
Blindonkey – the Italian not-for-profit cultural association which aims to establish a link between art, photography, fashion and music – has launched it’s third Donkey Art Prize – with €2000 on offer for the winners.
4Elementz is a specialist Hip Hop and Grime record label, which creates artist photography, music videos, events and clothing line. It also runs its own trainee work-experience programme for young people looking to getting in media and the music business.
Creatives are always after the next innovation that will enhance their creativity vision, which in turn inspires them to look for the next innovation – it’s a kind of chicken and egg situation. But sometimes it’s just chicken.
For its latest post-apocalyptic foray with Playstation game The Last of Us, developers Naughty Dog got to work mining the depths of beautiful decay redolent in the ruin photography genre – that’s ruins porn to you hipsters.
The ideas around British-born Chinese identity are beautifully, powerfully and personally portrayed by Devon artist Clem So, and leave you with such universal questions, that when news of photographic exhibition Between East & West: The British Chinese popped up, we thought it deserved a closer look.
The Chartered Institute of Building has announced that its annual Art of Building international digital photography competition is now open for entry. The contest, which celebrates creativity in the construction industry, will also raise much-needed funds for a major project to build hurricane and earthquake resilient schools in Haiti, organised by development and disaster relief organisation, Article 25.
Photography students from Plymouth College of Art are inviting members of the public to come in for a free photo shoot at their pop-up photography studio in the college’s city centre shop, One Zero Nine on Cornwall Street.
I truly feel I was born to be an artist. I knew at an early age being an artist would be my destiny and life long journey. Both of my parents had artistic talent, my mother was an oil and acrylic painter, and my father designed and made sterling silver jewelry. Thankfully, I received a tremendous amount of encouragement to pursue my art career from them.