Strictly Collaborative, the inclusive theatre company for disabled and non-disabled people aged between 13 and 25, is launching its next project, Restraints, on September 12 and is calling for input.
Whether your view on islands is more John Donne, than Dolly Parton, the Nowhere Island project is sure to raise a few eyebrows.
A typographic student has won a design competition to create the imagery for a prestigious literary festival next year.
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.
The creative talents of arts students – from architects to illustrators – will be unveiled to the public in a special exhibition at Plymouth University.
Tarnished Earth, an open air gallery of photographs by Jiri Rezac telling the story of one of the world’s biggest ecological disasters, is arriving in Plymouth this week.
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.
Plymouth and South West schools, colleges and universities are being invited to take part in a unique multimedia project connected to one of the most high-profile works in the British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet.
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.
Two workshops in Plymouth are designed to help your clowning performance, and can even take you over into the darkside.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Feeling that your vocabulary needs a kick up the breeches? Or fancy wowing people the next time you pick up the lettered tiles in Scrabble? The Art of Lost Words at the Peninsula Arts Gallery has a shed-load of words playfully represented with images.
Observations of American Life, an exhibition of black and white photography opens at the Theatre Royal Plymouth on Monday, April 18 and runs until Sunday, July 24.
An event in Plymouth is set to transform a car park into a drive-in from the earliest days of the phenomenon for a theatrical event of bellhops, usherettes and dancers performing to big-band hits of the 30s and 40s.
24 Hours in a Day, an evening of inclusive work by Devon theatre companies, emerging performers and choreographers, and hosted by Plymouth theatre company Strictly Collaborative, is taking place at the Barbican Theatre, Plymouth on Saturday, March 19 at 7.30pm.
A partnership of cultural venues in Plymouth is continuing to offer a variety of contemporary art events for residents and arts practitioners, in the build up to the opening of the British Art Show later this year.