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.
Myriddin Pharo has been appointed as the new artistic director of Wildworks, 3 years after the passing of its co-founder Bill Mitchell
‘Jestered not gendered’ Lockdown Tarot, unity on Union Street and demonstrations of care PAW commissions at this year’s Plymouth Art Weekender
The artists to take on the creative rejuvenatoin of Exmouth’s Abode of Love have been announced ahead of a community arts project in the town
Business has faced a tarid time in lockdown. Here are just some of the comback costss that the face moving into the future
Protecting the envrionment is a joined up thing. But if the UK wanted to plant trees to save the Amazon, could it do it? Here’s more
Anita Choudhrie, Founder of Stellar International Art Foundation highlights the need for regenerating the arts post-Covid-19 lockdown
The Haldon String Quartet are coming out of isolation with a live concert (yes, a real one!) at Ashburton Arts Centre
The Plymouth College of Class of 2020 has a heap load of ones to watch, here’s just a cupped handful coverage a whole range of skills
Plymouth College of Art shares in the collaborative residency Hip Hop Pedagogy and Power: Re-Imagining the Archive, as part of Tate Exchange
Elephant in the Room is an album by wherethefishbe. Joshua Bell describes how climate anxiety and the existential threat inspired the music