Nordic Waves might sound more like the name of a deodorant, but it proved the ideal title for this delightful programme of chamber music from Northern Europe,
A series of maritime-themed music concerts is being launched at Plymouth University this November.
The replica of a café frequented by Hollywood’s finest in the 1950s and 60s will be greeting audiences at the 2015 Plymouth International Book Festival.
A Cornwall-based artist and writer has been chosen as the winner of a prestigious accolade by visitors to a showcase of contemporary art.
Designs and creative output by one of the world’s greatest living graphic designers are to go on show during a public exhibition at Plymouth University.
The live performances of jazz legend Duke Ellington, and how they differed from his recorded work, are to be explored in a new research project by a Plymouth University academic.
A band who have played with the greatest names in British music are coming to Plymouth University for a performance to celebrate the creative talents of the future.
Striking examples of student creativity will go on show to the public at HOT’15, Plymouth University’s art and design degree show.
A ‘surprising’ piece of music for orchestra, percussion and electronics will be premiered at a concert in Plymouth University’s performing arts building, The House.
Plymouth University has joined forces with one of the country’s favourite festivals to increase opportunities for all to engage with the arts.
A performance by one of the UK’s top Bhangra bands and the premiere of a new piece for orchestra and electronics will be among the musical highlights of a weekend of festivities at Plymouth University.
An internationally renowned composer, multimedia artist and writer will be at Plymouth University to talk about a project which uses innovative new ways to explore the planet’s remotest continent.
A Plymouth city centre hotel will be the venue for an exhibition as artwork by students at Plymouth University is set to go on display later this month.
A Plymouth University student rubbed shoulders with stars of the small screen as she saw one of her designs showcased at the 2015 House of Fraser British Academy Television Awards.
Soil Culture: Dig It has launches at Plymouth University. The exhibition is part of a three-year programme of cultural events across the South West region that encourages visitors to look beyond the surface of earth, mud, dirt and grit to find its underlying beauty and purpose in our existence.
The lasting influence of Georgian culture on our modern society is to be celebrated through a series of events hosted by Peninsula Arts at Plymouth University.
The 750-year-old artistic practice which may in part have inspired the modern selfie has been laid bare in research by a Plymouth University academic.
The texts of two critically acclaimed and very different literary works are being adapted for the digital generation.
A biocomputer that can play the piano and an audio-visual representation of Motor Neurone Disease will be among the highlights of the 10th annual Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival.
Plymouth University arty MA students (that’s Arts Faculty MA students) are showing their work in Flow at The Peninsual Arts Gallery at Plymouth University’s Levinsky Building.
What connects a slightly squashed paper cup, a Swedish tape measure, a tiny wooden model of shoes and a 1/14 scale paper chair? The answer is they are all items of value donated by a host of top designers to feature in a unique exhibition at Plymouth University.
A celebrated industrial designer whose illustrious career spans more than half a century has been passing the benefits of his experience to a new generation of creative minds.