Filmmaker Adam Savva teamed up with spoken word artist Paul Gialo to create the visual poem Ripples, a delicate, subtle and powerful film
Photographer Leia Ankers aimed to break down stigmas surrounding disability with her series The Same As You. We chatted to her
Will Michell and Emma Booth shared their photographic personal stories British Journal of Photography Portrait of Britain competition
John Walter’s Lockdown Tarot at Plymouth Art Weekender sounds like an antidote to isolation: a fun, intense and artistic event in the city
A thousand-year-old riddle has been the inspirational jumping off point to bring together printmakers, historians, a poet and a filmmaker
Suman Kabiraj captures something so universal, so subversive, and so compelling that he’s gaining international recognition. Here’s our chat
Between Heaven and Hell is a new exhibition by Keith Frake at the Artizan Gallery Torquay. We delved into the multifaceted work
Keith Frake explores impermanence and unpredictable in his Between Heaven and Hell exhibtion at Artizan GAllery, Torquay. Here’s how
“People who do the seemingly unimportant, almost invisible jobs make a profound contribution to society,” says artist Keith Frake.
The Scribes have released a new video for Heart Break, simple, paired back, powerful and real, Check out the tune and video
Jasmine Pradissitto has combined science with an artistic vision and a global necessity for her Flower Girl sculpture.
Experimental post-punk project, Abrasive Trees release three-track debut single Bound For An Infinite Sea on Wise Queen Records/Shapta
Tailor-made community-owned responses for the creative sector is the way to the Covid-19 recovery. Here’s more from the LGA
‘Coxside Cartographies’ encourages people and residents of Plymouth’s East End to engage in activities that involve mapping their local area
Pride in London’s first ever queer art exhibition, ‘FIFTY-TWO’, following a nationwide search for country’s top LGBT+ artists.