Matthew Raw is looking at the changing cityscape and society with his Tactile Change exhibition at The Gallery, Plymouth College of Art
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A roundup in pictures of some of 2019’s most exciting creative graduates from Plymouth College of Art in its annual ones to watch series
Peter Barker, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, is joining Plymouth College of Art from Design School Kolding in Denmark
Plymouth College of Art’s newest appointment is Paul Fieldsend-Danks in the new role of Academic Dean as the college moves towards a university title
Plymouth College of Art’s MA Show 2018 is from a thriving environment of thinkers and doers which highlights the college’s core principles
British-Asian photographer Suki Dhanda, who studied at Plymouth College of Art, is back in the city at The Gallery with a solo exhibition about Brexit and diversity, focusing on families by the seaside who might not feel so welcome in the UK since the vote to leave the EU
Plymouth College of Art awarded Sir Nicholas Serota an honorary fellowship who spoke about the role that the college had in growing the creative industries
There’s an annual sand sculpture competition for new students joining Plymouth College of Art’s Extended Degree course
The next generation of creative trailblazers from Plymouth College Art put their work on show in #breakingthrough17, their Pre-Degree Summer Show
Get down to the Plymouth College of Art degree show. To help you navigate through the talent they’ve create a top-10 must see list
Plymouth College of Art has bought a new building to create dedicated studios for Foundation Diploma in Art & Design students
Plymouth College of Art welcomes The Jungle, a solo exhibition by Noam Toran with its roots in the traditions of political theatre and performing arts
Rose Lovegrove, who has won the South West regional final of the ARTiculation public speaking competition for her presentation based on the work of surrealist filmmaker Švankmajer
The solo exhibition of work by Oliver Sutherland is part of Plymouth College of Art’s South West Showcase, which aims to uncover and celebrate the talent of contemporary artists such as Oliver who are working and living in the South West, and to present a long-term commitment from Plymouth College of Art to profiling and supporting the practices of artists in the region.
Launching Wednesday 11 January 2017 at 5pm in The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, artist Oliver Sutherland’s solo show ‘And Then…’ combines sound, sculpture and moving image within real-time digital simulations, exploring possibilities for agency in digital production and the anxieties that spawn from submerging a body within technology.