Plymouth College of Art lecturer wins the illustraction prize – the CICLA 2020 Original Illustration Exhibition Annual Prize
From Where I’m Standing is an exhibition of portraits and audio at the Empathy Museum charting the diverse experiences of 2020 in the UK
Eternal from Darkfield Radio is the third part in an audio trilogy that will have you shivering in your bed, no matter how wrapped up you are
On its way to becoming the European Capital of Culture 2022, Kaunas city, the Art Deco Hub located in Lithuania, inspires dozens of local and foreign artists to portray the interwar modernism in new and unexpected art.
A portrait of Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell by Stephen Shankland is at The Royal Society in recognition of her work, legacy and inspriation
Present Makers at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery is opening online to show the skill and diversity of crafts people in the South West
Designer wrapping paper by Pure Evil, Charming Baker, Rugman, Magnus Gjoen, My Dog Sighs & Rachel List are on sale at the Big Issue now
Annabelle Smith is having her first solo pottery show as Leach-Seasalt Apprentice, saying the studio environment has totally changed my life
Liliana Pita, a Plymouth College of Art graduate in Games, has landed an internship role at to game company King.
Benjamin Lintell, a Plymouth College of Art alumni, had his Aegean series featured in an exhibition during the annual Venice Glass Week
My Heart is the debut single from Valeria Pozzo, written and recording during lockdown it is simple, but emotionally charged
Jasmine Pradissitto has combined science with an artistic vision and a global necessity for her Flower Girl sculpture.
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
Myriddin Pharo has been appointed as the new artistic director of Wildworks, 3 years after the passing of its co-founder Bill Mitchell