Artist Susie David went to Megan Calver’s LOVE RULES OK, at artspace 101, Plymouth University
Researchers have been awarded almost £250,000 to conduct an in-depth analysis of the mental imagery used by performers to push the boundaries of contemporary dance.
An antique typewriter has been transformed for the digital generation, using sensors and circuit boards to turn it into an interactive social tool.
A level art students from Plymouth’s Devonport High School for Girls will show their work in a professional exhibition at the University of Plymouth. They are exhibiting alongside 12 local professional artists, including international photographer Eliot Siegel, trend-setting jewellery designer Nicola Hurst and abstract painter Teresa Wicksteed.
Landscapes of Exploration is being held in the Peninsula Arts Gallery – within the University’s Roland Levinsky Building – and draws together for the first time the works of 10 visual artists, one musician and three writers who undertook residencies in the Antarctic between 2001 and 2009.
A typographic student has won a design competition to create the imagery for a prestigious literary festival next year.
The creative talents of arts students – from architects to illustrators – will be unveiled to the public in a special exhibition at Plymouth University.
From Jane Austen to Thai Chai – Plymouth University students will be showing off their artistic talents to the public at a special event this week.
The annual Plymouth University student art shows give people a unique opportunity to glimpse what is going on behind the closed doors of the university’s art studios and potentially spot the future stars of the art world. This year the Martin Bush Gallery in Plymouth’s Royal William Yard is supporting eight art students from the joint honours degree, students who are studying fine art alongside Art History.
Big wooden cable spools as tall as a person and artistically arranged in the tundra of the South Pole have been captured in photographs in the exhibition Spoolhenge, by pre-eminent New Zealand photographer Anne Noble.
Architecture and design can have quite an influence on its surroundings – that’s what we’re in this for, after all. Which is why we’re eagerly awaiting the Cabinet exhibition at Plymouth’s Peninsula Arts.
Plymouth University research student Nicola Curtis explores the place between past and present in Marken Holland -1908, Marken Holland -2009, part of the Finding Place exhibition at Plymouth University.
Finding Place, an exhibition of the work of 10 research students at the Faculty of Arts at Plymouth University is at the Scott Building of the university.
Peninsula Arts is currently hosting Mind Games, an exhibition by Canadian artist Ken Giles at the Cube 3 Gallery.
Art students from Plymouth University will have their work on show in the Handmade House, at Plymouth’s Drake Circus Shopping Centre on Thursday, November 19 from 9am to 9pm
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Rehearsal Mayflower Steps Weds 17th June
Stephan emailled me on Sunday night asking for at least four large boats to be ready for today! Felt a bit panicked as I was thinking I had until Friday’s dress rehearsal, and I was teaching all day Monday and Tuesday.