Plymouth has taken a major step towards securing over £4 million in capital investment from Arts Council England for a world class exhibition space in the new History Centre.
A selection of stand-out work form Plymouth College of Arts Summer Show 2015 is getting an extra airing at the BOSS exhibition at The Gallery.
New and up-and-coming talent with be showcased alongside nationally and internationally significant artists in the new major regional exhibition, the Plymouth Contemporary Open 2015.
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.
Witty, exciting, thoughtful and engaging, there’s a steely core to LOW PROFILE – and there’s a clue in the title of their latest show Against All Odds, which continues until July 6, 2013 at the Exeter Phoenix.
The Gallery, Plymouth College of Art has a series of photographs by Martin Parr showing the different ways in which people display their wealth.
Plymouth’s online international creative arts magazine tribe, and the city’s youth service The Zone have joined force.
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.
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.
Plymouth College of Art’s Summer Show extravaganza welcomed over 1,000 visitors through its doors when it opened to the public this weekend.
Would-be young poets in Plymouth will be demonstrating their ‘slamming skills’ this Friday in an exciting National youth poetry slam called Shake the Dust.
This summer, New York artist Kurt Perschke is bringing his celebrated art project, the 15 foot inflatable RedBall to the UK. Co-produced by Torbay Council and The Dartington Hall Trust, it arrives on the streets of the English Riviera in Torbay in June.
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.
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.
Who can fail but be inspired by a big RedBall? The RedBall, which rolls into Torbay on Saturday, June 2, has been granted the Inspire mark by the London 2012 Inspire programme.
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.
Over the coming weeks Plymouth College of Art will become a hive of illustrating activity, starting on Monday March 5 when The Gallery will begin hosting the longest-running illustration exhibition in the UK Images 35: Best of Illustration 2011, organised by the Association of Illustrators.
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.
An exhibition at the fringe of Plymouth’s British Art Show – Imaginary Beings – was briefly made homeless due to its content being a bit risque for the venue. Step in Martin Bush, who has offered part of his studio space at Royal William Yard for the remainder of the exhibition.