The Gallery, Plymouth College of Art has a series of photographs by Martin Parr showing the different ways in which people display their wealth.
An artwork on display at Plymouth College of Art’s Summer Show was inspired by the book We Bought a Zoo, by Devon’s Benjamin Mee.
Plymouth College of Art’s Summer Show extravaganza welcomed over 1,000 visitors through its doors when it opened to the public this weekend.
Foundation students at Plymouth College of Art are putting the final touches to their work before an end-of-year show opens to the public this weekend.
The Tate added its weight to the growing body of support behind Plymouth College of Art’s bid to establish Plymouth School of Creative Arts, a mainstream city centre 4–16 through-school that places creativity and creative arts practice at the very heart of the curriculum and of the wider pupil experience.
There was a giddy sense of occasion as our party of seven academics in search of culture and free drinks entered the atrium of the Plymouth City Museum. We arrived as the opening speeches were progressing and huddled under the Chinese flag dresses, trying not to giggle too overtly as we were jostled intermittently by a large robot triffid.
Plymouth College of Art fashion students have been exploring a way of recycling old crisp packets – by creating an outfit out of them to take to the races.
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.
The history and the graphic power of the Tart Card – the piece of paper stuck in phone booths to advertise certain ‘services’ – is explored in the titularly titled Tart Cards exhibition at Plymouth College of Art’s Viewpoint gallery.
Talented young artists and designers from the Plymouth College of Art are getting ready to sell their own hand-crafted products at the popular annual Design2Sell event. This year their products will not only go on sale at the college but also in Plymouth city centre.
Plymouth College of Art will be throwing the doors open to its professionally equipped Blacksmithing studio, inviting local blacksmiths and members of the public to try it out.
More than 150 proud Plymouth College of Art students attended their graduation ceremony at the Plymouth Guildhall.
A Plymouth College of Art Fashion Graduate is currently celebrating her selection for the Knitted Textiles Awards 2011 and she is busy preparing to exhibit her work at the Finalists Showcases in London and Harrogate.
Auto Art is the ultimate car boot experience taking place in the Guildhall Car Park in Plymouth on Sunday, September 18 between 9am and 1pm.
Plymouth College of Art has announced a new Postgraduate Bursary Scheme which will be available for their new range of MA courses in Creative Practices for Sustainability, Critical and Curatorial Practice or Entrepreneurship for Creative Practice.
A graduate of Plymouth College of Art has added another award to her mantel for achievements in glass making. This comes at a time when the college is celebrating the launch of a new degree specialising exclusively in working with glass.
Plymouth College of Art is bucking the trend of the demisre in craft courses throughout the country by introducing a new Glass BA (Hons) programme from September 2011.
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.
Emerging artists on first year degree programmes at Plymouth College of Art have curated their first exhibition which took place at Plymouth Arts Centre on Looe Street.
People enjoying a bracing walk along the Hoe on Thursday, May 26 were treated to an unexpected spectacle as they passed Tinside Lido. They managed to catch a team of synchronised swimmers from Exeter braving the freezing cold water to provide an unprecedented photographic opportunity for Plymouth College of Art students.
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.
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.