Sightseeing at the Peninsula Art gallery, Plymouth University, puts together postcards for a different view of the world and ‘wish you were here’. Heather Smith reviews
Ever felt so angry you could just… sing? Heather Smith goes behind the scenes with the Complaints Choir at the Plymouth arts events The Pigs of Today are the Hams of Tomorrow
Heather Smith pops along to Jeremy Millar’s Amongst Others exhibition at Plymouth Arts Centre and see’s an investigation into myth, ritual and magic, while she crunches the salt on the floor
The Devon Guild of Craftsmen is showing hand-made, finely worked automata, mixing inspiring imagination with superb craftsmanship in its Tall Stories show. Heather Smith finds out more and plays (carefully!) with the collection of automata and kinetic sculptures
The 2006 photograph Reynolds after Raphael greets you as you enter the Encountering Reynolds exhibition at the Peninsula Arts Gallery, says Heather Smith. But then this exhibition is not so much about the life and work of the Plympton-born painter, but the effect of his legacy on the way we view and consume art.
Plymouth University’s Peninsula Arts is exhibiting Mind Games by Canadian artist Ken Giles at the Cube 3 Gallery, a combination of toys and macro-photography to ‘reawaken the inner child of fantasy and dreams’. Check out it it’s still slumbering with Heather Smith’s review
Plymouth University Peninsula Aarts Gallery is exhibiting the work of four Romanians, Anca Boeriu, Florica Prevenda, Alexandru Radvan and Florin Stoiciu, in their first UK show
Devon photographer Louise R Cohen’s first public exhibition shows how her work shines in ‘unusual or difficult lighting situations’.
The Wharf, Tavistock, hosts SURF’s second photographic exhibition. Heather Smith pops along to take a look at the work of the groups which tackles the sigma of mental illness, gives people a chance to attend projects and activities in an environment they feel safe in
Upcycling at Plymouth Arts Centre runs alongside the Lucy Orta exhibition. Heather Smith went along to make her old clothes come alive
The Fahrenheit Twins, and adaptation of a Michel Faber story by the Told by an idiot company, had its premiere at the Drum Theatre, Plymouth
Lucy Orta is the subject of an exhibition jointly staged by Plymouth College of Art and Plymouth Arts Centre, but why did she laugh when she first got there
Bideford-based photographer Dave Green continues to discover new views of the North Devon coastline with his Constructed Photographs.